People are always looking for a way to hack their psychology to do more, be more, and have more. In this episode, we are going to dive in into just that. Niyc Pidgeon is an entrepreneur and a best-selling author specializing in the field of positive psychology where one is taught to look on the brighter side of everything to be that high-performing, successful individual.
Niyc is gril from Newcastle upon Tyne in the UK with a big heart, a big vision, and a big big mission. Niyc’s aim is to help a million women change their lives using Positive Psychology by the year 2020, and she’s well on my way to creating that, with her clients’ support.
- Niyc grew up without any entrepreneurial influence from her parents but found it from other people around her.
- She moved to Australia at 18 to be a mechanical and automotive engineer only to discover her love for psychology. From then on, she found her calling.
- Courses are offered for people who want to create happiness and success faster or those who want to launch their coaching business.
- Niyc offers coaching where clients get to work with her personally to let go of their limits, supercharge their self-belief, and take consistent action to create unstoppable success within themselves and their business.
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Show Notes Timestamps
[02:11] Victor welcomes guest, Niyc Pidgeon.
[02:35] Niyc growing up.
[03:52] Her early entrepreneurial influencers.
[05:39] What 18 to 23 looks like.
I found my love in psychology.
I prefer to look at what we do right rather than what we do wrong.
[06:58] The hurdles in starting her own business.
[08:37] Niyc’s story that was relatable to the audience.
It’s not all sunny days.
[11:19] How Niyc built her profile.
Anybody that tells you it’s gonna be easy is completely wrong.
[14:11] Her vision and how she deem success.
[17:14] Niyc’s business.
[21:22] Her business in the coming years.
[23:13] Niyc’s best and worst habit.
Consistency is the main thing that you need in a business to sustain it.
[26:09] Her inspiration.
[28:34] Books that made an impact to her life.
Children of Morrow by H. M. Hoover
High Performance Habits: How Extraordinary People Become That Way by Brendon Burchard
[30:01] Getting in touch.