According to Nancy Michaels the best time to reinvent yourself is before you need to!
The queen of reinvention herself, Nancy has pulled through coma, brain surgery, multiple life threatening complications, rehabilitation, divorce, loss, the challenges that come from being a single parent of three, and is a self sufficient business owner that has completely stepped up to recreate her life. What Nancy has been through is nothing short of astonishing. The story of how she pulled her life together and recreated a successful life will inspire you to make changes in your life–big or small.
Nancy has been recognized by Entrepreneur Magazine, US News & World Report, CNN-FN, Fox, Inc.com, The New York Post, among numerous others. Prior to Nancy’s personal reinvention, she was a publicist for Matt Lauer (co-host of the Today Show) and worked with Tom Bergeron (Dancing with the Stars) when they were in Boston at WHDH-TV and WBZ-TV respectively. She was also the first recipient of the Tom Peters Wow Project Personified Award, a Fast Company cover story, for her reinvention work connecting Fortune 500 companies to small business customers.
Nancy is the author of several books including “Off the Wall Marketing Ideas” with Debbi Kickham, “Perfecting Your Pitch”, “Stripped: 49 Life Lessons Learned from Almost Dying”, and “Dating Success After 40” with Neil Wood. Nancy was also named Small Business Woman of the Year From Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) in 2005.
Today she helps thousands of people reignite their life and legacy by hitting the reset button! She is known for her amazing creativity that is both practical and straightforward – allowing people to get a jumpstart on their personal and professional reinvention story to start a new chapter in their lives.
While Nancy has a very impressive background what really stands out to me is her ability to be truthful, make decisions and act! She is truly nothing short of inspiring.
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