Staging your Epic Comeback with Divorce Coach Nikki Bruno
How to Split a Toaster: A divorce podcast about saving your relationships
Are you ready to stage your Epic Comeback? Then it’s time for you to meet Nikki Bruno, divorce coach. “Get over your divorce before your divorce is over.” So says divorce coach Nikki Bruno in one of the programs she offers, guiding participants through the divorce process with a coach’s attention. And as a coach, she is dedicated to the internal work, the processing required to move through the grief of conflict, anxiety, fear, depression, and grief that comes alongside the legal separation. This week on the show, Nikki walks us through the work of a coach and how the divorce coach can work alongside the legal process of the divorce itself. About Nikki Bruno Nikki Bruno is an empowerment coach and founder of The Epic Comeback™. Her experience of reclaiming her power after a high-conflict divorce inspired her to help others do the same. Bruno is a thought leader on high-conflict divorce, emotional abuse, intuition, and mompreneurship. She is also a 20-year veteran of the publishing industry and a published author. Bruno holds degrees from Princeton and Harvard Universities. She’s been featured on TV news channels worldwide and in Forbes, Reader’s Digest, Authority Magazine, Cosmopolitan, and other outlets. A single mom of two, Bruno loves scuba diving, traveling, salsa dancing, and helping women (re)discover how incredible they are. Links & Notes Learn more about Nikki Bruno Subscribe to Niki’s Podcast: The Epic Comeback™
We all love a good comeback story. Today’s guest studied hundreds of comebacks and has made it her mission to help everyone stage an EPIC comeback. Nikki Bruno is a life coach and the founder and creator of The Epic Comeback, a coaching program. She is also the host of The Epic Comeback Podcast, a place where her guests share their stories of epic comebacks. Her own comeback put her on a path to systematically develop a program and in this episode, she shares her favorite comeback story ever….and it has nothing to do with divorce and everything to do with a mosquito!In this episode, we dive into:What a life coach is and doesWhat an Epic Comeback looks likeHow someone gets started, andWhy she is saying FU2020.Guest Contact Info IG: https://www.instagram.com/theepiccomeback/ Website: https://www.theepiccomeback.com/
Show Notes:In the midst of a challenging divorce, a tragic loss, or a painful cycle of abuse, it can feel like it is impossible to move on. But what if you could use that process of trauma as fuel to reclaim your power and build a life based on liberation and independence? Today’s guest, Nikki Bruno, has done just that and she helps others stage epic comebacks too! Nikki is a life coach, retreat leader, speaker, author, and the Founder of The Epic Comeback, a coaching and mentoring program, podcast, and movement. Through her coaching program, Nikki helps women reclaim their power after being sidelined by divorce, illness, abuse, or loss. She talks about her coaching methodology, how she found her own power, and the importance of building a strong vision. Listeners will also hear about the different types of emotional trauma, and what’s next for The Epic Comeback brand. Tune in today to find out more!Key Points From This Episode:The work done at The Epic Comeback: Working with people to find treasure in trauma.Nikki’s business comes straight out of her personal experience with a high-conflict divorce.How a divorce process that lasts a number of years results in a period of extended trauma.How Nikki got her mojo back, came back to coaching, and put 100% into her business.Nikki’s coaching methodology, heavily based on a concept called post-traumatic growth.How robust and regular fitness is the quickest shortcut to an epic comeback.For Nikki, it is all about power, connecting with our experience and what is already within us.The ten-step process of staging an epic comeback: What are the human qualities we need, what pathways do people follow?The idea that it is not only big events that cause trauma – it can be the little things too.Understanding the concepts of clearing, epic vision, taking action, troubleshooting, and finally, epic launch.Nikki explains her sacred relationship with herself, her desire to have an impact, and to be a strong, positive example for her children.Having and building a strong vision helped Nikki navigate through the dark times in her life.Why Nikki tells her clients that she is a coach and not a certified mental-health professional.What is next for The Epic Comeback brand and Nikki Bruno, such as an upcoming book.Tweetables:“I work with people to find the treasure in their trauma, kick ass in their lives again, and rebuild from life-shattering experiences, including, but not limited to, divorce, illness, a loss, a journey with infertility.” — Nikki Bruno [0:07:05]“I’m going to put everything that I have into helping women to not just live through something life-shattering like this but to use it as a springboard to build and rebuild a life that is based on being free, liberated, independent, calling the shots in your own house, in your own life, and being an absolute boss.” — Nikki Bruno [0:18:29]“After you go through a traumatic situation, you can either let it crush you or you can use it as the rocks to build upon.” — Cassandra Shuck [0:17:55]Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:Nikki Bruno on LinkedInNikki Bruno on InstagramNikki Bruno on FacebookThe Epic ComebackThe Epic Comeback Podcast
In today’s episode of Divorcing Well, I had the pleasure of interviewing Nikki Bruno. Nikki is an empowerment coach and founder of The Epic Comeback™, holds degrees from Princeton and Harvard Universities, and has been featured in outlets such as Forbes, Reader’s Digest, Authority Magazine, Cosmopolitan. Nikki and I delve into her diverse program where we discuss a comeback path and how to turn trauma into opportunity for anyone that has ever experienced a devastating loss . To contact Nikki visit: www.theepiccomeback.com
Tommy's turn to be a guest Before we start, I need your help. Please let others know about the newsletter. If you or someone you know needs coaching, please click here, and it will take you to the coaching page. My goal is to get the podcast in the top 100 Apple podcasts, and I can only do this with your help. Please leave a rating and review, share the link to the podcast with your social media followers, and support the podcast's guest. My guest was well, actually me. This is one of those episodes where I was a guest on another podcast. My host is Nikki Bruno and you can check out her at https://www.coachnikkibruno.com/ I had a blast on her podcast and I hope you get value listing to this episode. Please, not only subscribe to her podcast but HELLO, mine as well. Tommy Maloney is the Executive producer and host of the podcast Blending The Family, where you can find Apple Podcasts, Iheart Radio, Spotify, and Stitcher Radio. Tommy has spoken at TEDx, Ignite Fort Collins, and Keynote Speaker at Everything Dad Convention. He even has won speaking awards through Toastmasters International. The author of the books "25 Tips For Divorced Dads." "Why not you, Why Not Me" and His new book, "My Dad's Advice At 5:04 AM" is coming out in 2020. He has written for magazines: The Good Men Project, Modern Gladiator, and Nurture Magazine. Plus, he has been a guest writer. Tommy enjoys a good red blend while writing or hiding from the family. A dad to Betsy, Becca, Connor, and Duke (RIP), Otis. A husband to Ann. Podcast music by Twisterium / freebackgroundtracks.net Contact him at Tommy@BlendingTheFamily.com TEDx Talk: https://youtu.be/azG2K47iz4Q Blog: http://blendingthefamily.com/blog/ Podcast: http://blendingthefamily.libsyn.com/ Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/tommy-maloney/id958223196?mt=2 Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/tommy-maloney/blending-the-family Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thetommymaloney The Good Men Project: https://goodmenproject.com/author/tommy-maloney/ Medium: https://medium.com/@thetommymaloney Calendly: calendly.com/thomasdmaloneyjr
Episode 23 — What Life Has in Store for You Can Turn Out to Be Even Better than Your Wildest Dreams —with Nikki Bruno
Success is Subjective: Helping parents of college students accept that dropping out is okay
Growing up, we develop these dreams that we can easily become attached to, forgetting that life doesn’t always play by our rules. Learning to become open minded to what life has in store can potentially allow those dreams to become even better than you would ever expect.Nikki Bruno, an Academic Performance Coach and a sailor, always dreamed that she would become a Marine Biologist and travel the world. That dream didn’t come true though, she now gets to be a scientist and sail the world which has turned out to be even better than she dreamed. On this episode of Success is Subjective, Nikki joins Joanna to share her story going from the kid who dreamed to be a dolphin trainer, to becoming a sailor and scientist who encourages her students to be scientists themselves. Nikki’s dreams changed but she found more fulfillment in the change and is an example to her students that you CAN do what makes you happy no matter what life throws at you. Listen in for Nikki’s insight on how she has learned to keep an open mind on her life journey, leading her to a life that she can truly live. What You Will LearnNikki putting a lot of pressure on herself with academics from a young ageHow Nikki’s parents were supportive in academics but lacked in support in other areas Wanting to be a dolphin trainer as a child and pursuing that vision The importance of being engaged in college, but also finding balance as a healthy college student Knowing that you have undiagnosed ADHD, and getting the accommodations needed to be successful Knowing college will be stressful, but taking steps to limit your stressHow even the strongest academic students can struggle socially in college Having a back up career plan Nikki leaving the back up plan of teaching in order to prioritize mental healthStarting a coaching business from scratch Having a super cool side-job sailing around the worldBeing okay with the path now, rather than the path she thought she’d have Connect with Nikki BrunoNikki Bruno of Student Coaching ServicesCall 732-903-5327 Email email@example.com Connect with Joanna LilleyLilley ConsultingLilley Consulting on Instagram Lilley Consulting on Facebook Sponsored by: www.ParentTrainers.comEmail firstname.lastname@example.org
071 | Trauma Expert Nikki Bruno Teaches You How To Get Back Up And Make Your Epic Comeback
I’m excited to have Nikki Bruno on the show. Today she is going to TEACH YOU how to pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and make an Epic Comeback in life. Holding degrees from Princeton University and the Harvard School of Education, Nikki has appeared in Forbes, Reader’s Digest, Authority Magazine, and Cosmopolitan where she is an expert on high-conflict divorce, emotional abuse, and intuition. She is also the founder of The Epic Comeback™, a coaching and mentorship company that helps women in their 30s-50s get their mojo back after divorce and other traumatic experiences. And what does Nikki define as an “Epic Comeback?” To her, it involves harnessing our inner power, capitalizing on the wisdom and strength we gain from a difficult situation, and relaunching ourselves to a life of renewed joy, vigor, and success. This is a common theme on her “The Epic Comeback” Podcast, where she interviews women who have come through trauma and triumphed on the other side. Tune in today and listen to Nikki’s advice. We’ve all been through extremely traumatic experiences at one point or another in our lives. But sometimes, those things don’t happen TO us, but FOR us. So it’s more important than ever we all make our own Epic Comebacks and learn from the experiences that life provides! Want more? You can find her here: http://www.coachnikkibruno.com/ ——— Firebuilders is a scalable way coaches and consultants can keep their clients accountable with daily, personal attention. Visit http://www.firebuilders.io for more info!
HOW TO BUILD YOUR EPIC COMEBACK | AN INTERVIEW WITH NIKKI BRUNO
Actions and Limits
Actions and Limits interviews Nikki Bruno to talk about how Impact creates Leaders.Nikki Bruno, EdM, is an empowerment coach and founder of The Epic Comeback™. Her experience of reclaiming her power after a high-conflict divorce inspired her to help others find the treasure in trauma—including divorce, illness, loss, and other challenging situations. Bruno is a thought leader on high-conflict divorce, emotional abuse, intuition, and mompreneurship. She is also a 20-year veteran of the publishing industry and a published author. Bruno holds a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Princeton University, a master’s degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and coaching education and training from iPEC. She has been featured on NBC Palm Springs and in Forbes, Reader’s Digest, Authority Magazine, the Houston Chronicle, Best Self, Cosmopolitan, Bustle, and Glassdoor. A single mom of two, Bruno loves scuba diving, traveling, salsa dancing, and helping women (re)discover how incredible they are. You can find Nikki at these following links: www.theepiccomeback.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/nikki-bruno/ https://www.facebook.com/nikki.bruno2 https://www.instagram.com/theepiccomeback/ Send your questions for our segment, ASK PAUL ANYTHING. Submit them to ActionsandLimits@Gmail.com to get your questions answered on air. Let's create Actions and Destroy those Limits
"Staging an Epic Comeback after Emotional Abuse with Empowerment Coach, Nikki Bruno" on The Divorce & Beyond Podcast with Susan Guthrie, Esq. #116
The Divorce and Beyond Podcast with Susan Guthrie, Esq.
In this episode, Susan Guthrie, top family law attorney and mediator, speaks with Nikki Bruno, the Creator of the Epic Comeback to discuss the all-important issue of emotional abuse, what it is, how to end it and how to stage your own EPIC COMEBACK after an emotionally abusive relationship. "Invisible" or emotional abuse is a pervasive and insidious problem but can be hard to identify and even harder to recover from because the effects are emotional and long-lasting. Nikki Bruno is an empowerment coach who works closely with victims of emotional abuse to help them to recover and find their way again after an emotionally abusive relationship. In fact, Nikki's own experience with emotional abuse and a high conflict divorce, let her to create her Epic Comeback program and she shares her insights and insider tips with listeners to help them to identify the abuse, set boundaries to end the cycle and to heal and recover after the abuse ends. This is an extremely important topic as the effects of emotional abuse can be as severe and long-lasting as those from physical abuse, with the only difference being that emotional abuse leaves invisible scars. If you or someone you know is a victim of emotional abuse, be sure to listen to this episode! Some HIGHLIGHTS from this Episode: What are some of the most common types of emotional abuse? What is the difference between abuse and an insult or nasty comment? How do you set boundaries to end emotional abuse? What are the effects of emotional abuse in divorce? How can litigation and the court system be used as a weapon by an abuser? What are the stages of an Epic Comeback from abuse?! Susan and Nikki cover all this and more in this very important episode so LISTEN TODAY! MORE ABOUT TODAY'S GUEST: Nikki Bruno, post-divorce women’s empowerment coach, is the founder and CEO of The Epic Comeback™, as well as a 20-year veteran of the publishing industry and a published author. Her experience of reclaiming her power after a high-conflict divorce inspired her to help others do the same. Bruno is a thought leader on high-conflict divorce, verbal and emotional abuse, intuition, and mompreneurship. She holds a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Princeton University, a master’s degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and coaching education and training from iPEC. A single mom of two, Bruno loves scuba diving, traveling, salsa dancing, and helping women (re)discover how incredible they are. 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