Learn how to set boundaries, get out of your comfort zone and communicate consciously with business coach Nicole Jackson Miller on the Human Connection podcast

Hey hey, welcome to the Human Connection podcast, I’m your host Brittney Lynn and today’s interview is with Nicole Miller who is a leadership consultant for small business owners and managers. She helps leaders master their own management style to build a thriving team. Nicole brings her experience in managing million-dollar television projects, growing a successful management agency, and helping service-based business owners scale without burning out to support her clients in leading efficiently and elegantly.

Nicole Jackson Miller on setting boundaries, getting out of your comfort zone and communicating consciously

Show notes

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

  • How we got connected and the absolute wreck I was before Nicole (fun fact, she was my business coach!)
  • How setting boundaries helps you become a better communicator
  • The importance of getting out of your comfort zone
  • How to communicate consciously and management mindfully
  • How a business coach won’t “fix” your problems

Nicole Jackson Miller is a leadership consultant for small business owners and managers. She helps leaders master their own management style to build a thriving team. Nicole brings her experience in managing million-dollar television projects, growing a successful management agency, and helping service-based business owners scale without burning out to support her clients in leading efficiently and elegantly.

When she’s not helping leaders become the best managers they can be, you can find Nicole singing and playing piano, flying a plane (yup, she has a pilot’s license), dancing, or walking her dog Scout. Nicole resides in Maryland with her dog Scout and her husband Kyle.

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