We had the good fortune of connecting with Nicole Brors and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Nicole, can you talk to us a bit about the social impact of your business?
When it comes to what is most important in life, the people around you, the experiences you have and how you feel are definitely at the top and how you feel depends so much on your health. In my business, I help women go from having imbalanced hormones, feeling tired and being frustrated with their metabolism to feeling confident in their body again and recharged for all of life’s adventures. My biggest focus is always education as the knowledge about how our bodies work and how food really affects them is not taught anywhere in school, even though it’s crucial.
Alright, so for those in our community who might not be familiar with your business, can you tell us more?
In my business or personal life, I always want to lead with love, compassion and authenticity. Besides transforming the health of my clients, I work in a holistic way to also address mindset and work on any blocks or limiting beliefs that may be affecting their health and their lives. I am always amazed at the will of my clients to make change for the better and to see them evolve into a brighter and more alive version of themselves. My journey hasn’t been easy, there was a lot of self-work I had to do to get myself to a place where I could safely hold space for others and connect with them on a deeper level. But as I see so many parts of my old self in the women I work with, I know that every tough experience has prepared me to help my clients even more. I’ve learned about the power of vulnerability – of being real and not trying to be perfect,.the power of opening up about things that are hard in order to connect. And I’ve learned about the power of community and support and having people around you who can lift you up so you may help lift others up. We can’t do this alone, and we were never meant to.
Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
We would start with a welcome BBQ at my house in OB, since we have such amazing weather here and I love sitting outside with friends with a good meal and a hard kombucha. We would definitely spend a day at the No Surf beach relaxing, walk Sunset Cliffs, and grab some tacos at South Coast while we watched the sunset. We’d stop for coffee or tea at Subterranean in North Park and restrictions permitting, catch a live band at wherever is open when all this is said and done. Hitting up the farmers markets is always one of my faves – OB on Wednesday, Little Italy on Saturday and Hillcrest on Sunday. Grabbing a bite to eat, getting some fresh produce and getting some jewelry and goods from some of the awesome local vendors. Grabbing some food for a picnic from People’s Market in OB and then biking around the bay and picnicking at Kate Sessions park would make for another awesome San Diego inspired day.
The Shoutout series is all about recognizing that our success and where we are in life is at least somewhat thanks to the efforts, support, mentorship, love and encouragement of others. So is there someone that you want to dedicate your shoutout to?
In the beginning of my journey, Marie Forleo was an integral part of my growth and development. Over time, I realized that having the support of the women around me and community was the missing piece. My accountability partner Katie Haahr and my mastermind group of Taylor Carr, Maclovia Nunez, Clare Solly and Rose Covenant have all been my rocks throughout this journey.