For the fourth episode, I share an interview with Nikki Shah, founder of My Muse.

Nikki has created a social impact business aimed at providing awareness, education and support to anyone touched by cancer (including family, corporates, employees, friends, carer’s etc) .

After meeting at a networking event we instantly clicked, with similar missions to create social change and address the ‘elephant in the room’.

DURING THIS EPISODE WE TALK ABOUT:

  • The story behind ‘My Muse’ – In loving memory of Mike (Nikki’s partner)
  • My personal story about losing a parent to cancer during my teens
  • My personal story about losing a parent to cancer during my teens
  • Having tough conversations in a corporate environment about personal challenges
  • The strain of working a full time job while being a carer for a loved one
  • Losing your identity during trauma
  • The importance of seeking psychological professional help
  • Being non judgemental and holding space for others
  • Grief – Does it ever get better?

You can check out MyMuse website at https://www.mymuse.com.au/about-us

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