Nina realized her passion for words from the tender age of four, when she received her first wide-ruled paper tablet and fat yellow pencil and knew that she could create anything she wanted. She carried that passion through grade school, playing Scrabble, winning spelling bees, and easily diagramming sentences. In high school, she soaked up two years of Latin, immersing herself in the origin and meaning of the words that form the foundation for English vocabulary. She loves crossword puzzles and is a self-proclaimed Words with Friends junkie.
For more than 20 years, Nina has assisted lawyers and judges with her instinctive editorial eye, drafting, editing, and proofreading legal documents and correspondence, knowing full well that a misplaced comma can change the meaning from innocence to guilt. She has authored multiple books, and her work has been showcased in a variety of publications, including Writers’ Journal.
After more than 10 years in the role of Certified Professional Coach, Nina knows the challenge entrepreneurs face to stand out from the crowd. She provides workshops and private coaching to “dress your message for success” by making it clear, concise, compelling, and correct.
At age 16, Nina single-handedly took off and landed a single-engine airplane in a 35-mile-per-hour crosswind without benefit of autopilot or co-pilot.
Nina practices Transcendental Meditation daily and was trained as a TM instructor by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
Completed items on Nina’s bucket list include zip lining, white-water rafting, singing and dancing in a (way off Broadway) musical production, and canoeing amidst alligators.
I was delighted to be a guest on Dan Janal’s “Write Your Book in a Flash Podcast Featuring Top Business Leaders.” I shared ideas on how to write and market a book to build your business. Check out the 20-minute interview here:
Learn more from Nina’s interview with Donna Carlson of Women, Wine & Leadership