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Nicole Majik, The Alchemy of Transformation
Episode 16929th April 2022 • The Guy Who Knows A Guy Podcast • Michael Whitehouse
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Nicole Majik has an interesting and extensive background with a bachelors degree in Biology/Chemistry, a Masters in Metaphysics and experience as a Financial Advisor. She is an accomplished leadership and empowerment strategist and educator, and has created a highly effective, life-transforming empowerment program: The Alchemy of Transformation™.  She awakens your true potential by erasing limiting beliefs and showing you how to live a life you deserve without compromising who you are or what you love.

Nicole has appeared on various radio shows, local TV, as a keynote speaker for international conferences and has even appeared on the Travel Channel for Greatest Mysteries:  Smithsonian as well as Beyond the Unknown.

Using the strategic formulas of her empowerment program, The Alchemy of Transformation™, along with CBT and NLP techniques, she helps you permanently erase self-sabotaging beliefs and  transform your obstacles into the opportunities to achieve the success you desire!

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Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 00:37.24 Pretty much I guess.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 00:46.90 My main focus is always empowering other people to step into their truth passion and purpose and I do that through erasing limiting Beliefs helping people overcome obstacles and turn them into opportunities.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 01:13.97 Ah well technically a limiting belief is is a belief that causes your life to be less than completely satisfying. That's the best way to put it I think right? and I really think that limiting beliefs are.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 01:30.88 Ah superfood for your fears.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 01:54.93 And many times they don't know why they don't do it. They want to? There's so part of them that wants to but there's some force fields of power that's holding them back right? And if you look at things in your life that you feel that there's never enough of.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 02:14.50 Whether it's time money. Love space or resources and you have those patterns of feeling stuck that is because of limiting Beliefs Those are the self-s saotaging imposter Syndrome I'm not worthy I'm not lovable I'm completely Helpless. Or people can't be trusted types of beliefs.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 02:44.68 Right? I do find.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 02:56.52 Well there are many things that can be done about it. Really if you want to pluck it from the root and get rid of it entirely so that it is life changing and Permanent. You definitely want to go through a process in which does that. Specifically and it depends on where someone is like when I work with my clients I really hone in on what are the beliefs in the order in which what is their hierarchy basically which ones are making the most impact negatively. And then what are the beliefs that are coming up that we can change and turn into something that is supportive instead of that erase it replace it and then redesign your life.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 03:54.88 Oh absolutely . It's so funny how it works because if um oh gosh it's kind of like they dovetail together many of them. Do they feed off of each other and I like to create this. Scenario where it's kind of like you've got this mob boss that's sitting there and this one that is the biggest one that started started it all. Um just has this I'm in charge kind of attitude over no matter what you do. It's always going to come back to this at some point. But then that that little boss has a couple of close cronies right? The the people that are really you know pulling the strings and helping that person that that belief be that that badass.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 04:50.32 Belief and hijacking your life and then you've got all the other supportive beliefs but they're kind of minor in the game right? Maybe they're paying in and they're paying in to to support.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 05:09.43 And what ends up happening is if you I like to go in and pluck that big one out or that big one and a couple of those cronies out because it disrupts a ton of different patterns because you have all these different beliefs that support a pattern So Multiple beliefs. Will support a particular pattern and if you pluck out the right ones it dismantles the pattern the behavior.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 05:58.39 Yes sometimes people are comfortably uncomfortable and they like to stay in that zone because they know it and when we're looking at those beliefs what tends to happen is if if you're ready. And you're willing to go through the process. It can be quickly and rapidly changed from the subconscious some of the things that tend to happen is we have muscle memory too right? So we do something for so long and so subconsciously. It's you're that whole feeling of when you're driving to and from work. You do it day in and day out and then you go on autopilot and say oh my gosh I'm already how many miles down the road twenty miles away and I don't remember driving any of that time. It's. Kind of the same thing that your your body goes into that autopilot mode so in order to to switch it. You've got to get into that subconscious place which is why people have so much resistance and can't seem to get there when they're trying to be conscious about it and make conscious changes.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 07:14.44 Does that make sense.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 07:58.32 What do you do? Well if you recognize that you have a limiting belief many people do because it hurts over and over and over again and at some point right? We're sick and tired of hitting our heads against the wall saying here I am again here I am again here I am again and. What do you? do you take a step and sometimes you don't know what that step is but reaching out and finding what can you do is is that first step. Um and I have different resources. There are some freebies in my member faults. Magical marketplace that you can utilize to kind of bring you through the first steps of having that awareness because it is the first step is awareness. So if you have that awareness then you can start to identify this. This is part of my 3 step air process awareness is first then you identify. Your behaviors your triggers your patterns. Whatever those things are that are creating havoc in your life and then start to reprogram or reframe those things into what you want them to become obviously there are some things along the way that you really need to get into in that. So. Conscious and sometimes it's unrecognizable many times people come to me and they say well I I want to work on this and then I start asking some questions or do an assessment with them to really get into those areas and. That's not really what they're looking to do. It's something completely different and yet through that process of that dovetailing they think it's this other thing because that's where they're aware of the pain. The most.

Michael Whitehouse:

Michael Whitehouse 09:50.45 Um ah.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 10:35.52 Um.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 10:55.31 Um.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 11:25.80 Yeah yeah that's great. Well and I'm reminded of ah a business coach I know who says people come and everyone says I need more leads I need more leads and need more leads and he's like all right cool. What's your closing percentage about 4% so I need more leads. He's like no you got plenty leads.

Nicole Majik:

Nicole Majik 11:42.47 Yeah perfect. Is it.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 12:18.16 Right.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 12:30.34 Absolutely and those are perfect examples of how people tend to think because certain things will hit a little bit harder. It's It's the same thing with if you have neck and shoulder pain. As soon as you start to get a massage or work some of that.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 12:50.34 Stuff out all of a sudden. It's not up there. It's down below the pain is in the lower back while the pain started in the lower back but you just didn't realize it because you were so used to it. But.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 13:34.73 O Yeah those are fun I particularly love dealing with code-dependent triggers as I call them and these are to try to simplify it is if I do something because of a belief.

Michael Whitehouse:

Michael Whitehouse 13:43.12 M.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 14:12.54 M.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 15:05.47 And and so do do this because it's It's what subconsciously we expect and so it's putting us in our comfort zone.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 15:28.85 Okay and of course someone's doing it. They're not consciously saying you know I deserve to feel bad So I'm going to trigger you to yell at me to work my script to make me feel bad So I can be the victim. You can be the villain like no no one's.

Nicole Majik:

Nicole Majik 15:41.44 Right. Right? This is ah mainly subconscious behaviors because our beliefs are so ingrained subconsciously. We're always looking to validate truths right? What things that we believe we want to validate them as true so we constantly.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 16:06.34 Will play out different scenarios that cause us to say see I knew it I'm not loved I'm not safe if I'm not worthy see I knew it.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 16:25.66 Um right.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 16:37.84 Ah if they if you're locked into that cycle you you will feel different things of it. It really deduces down to this patterns of feeling stuck feeling that there's never enough and by that it's never enough time. Love. Whatever the case money if you're finding these spaces if they're somewhere in your life right? Let's go back to what a limiting belief is and if a limiting belief is a belief that causes your life to be less than completely Satisfying. You have patterns of. Beliefs that are keeping you in that space of being stuck. So if you can't say my life I feel in my life that I am fulfilled I am completely satisfied with it if there's something that says well it could be better by having doing or being this then there's.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 17:35.10 Something there.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 17:51.51 Sometimes yes and sometimes no I mean it's I'll tell you how it would be more difficult is if you are trying to control someone else in their behavior. You're not going. You're not going to be able to do that. However.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 18:11.21 Where it becomes easy is if you are recognizing and aware of what your responsibility is in that situation then you can change the situation to be something else. For example if if I'm if my reaction is. Triggering you to go into your own self-sabotage I can change my reaction so that it doesn't trigger you right? And if I change my reaction so it doesn't trigger you what happens Next the trigger doesn't happen.

Michael Whitehouse:

Michael Whitehouse 18:41.37 Moons.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 19:06.49 Interesting yeah makes all size you you and you interrupt the cycle by changing your part of it so trying to change the whole system. You simply pull a piece out of the machine there. That's that's some really powerful stuff. So.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 19:22.72 So obviously we yeah were we're limited in how much time and go to I imagine you probably go on this for another you know 3 or 4 hours but we've only got 25 minutes so um if people want to get in touch with you learn more. You know follow you get more information where would they go about doing that.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 19:46.90 And that's MAJ I k all right? and and before I let you go I do want to touch briefly on it I believe you you took a trip for a recording session recently could not bring that up on my show since.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 20:05.67 And made the introduction for it. Gotta open that conversation so tell me a bit about your your journey to Utah.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 20:40.49 Um.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 20:49.97 Wow.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 21:21.20 Yeah and and so so is Jeff Hayes films is the the company right? Um and of course the reason that I'm I'm bringing this up is that I connected with them and they asked me to connect them with some some people who would do well in one of their their. Ah.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 21:38.94 Like a documentary series. That's the term for it. They use.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 21:58.72 M.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 22:17.85 Ah.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 22:37.51 The.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 23:06.70 Yeah what? And and that that's what I say you know with networking is 1 plus one equals eleven because about finding those those opportunities and and you know having the the abundant mindset and not thinking you know I could be like well I'm gonna get her on there but I need to make sure I get got get a piece of something. Um of course you.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 23:26.90 You'd made an introduction for me last year that led to an event that led to me getting to know all kinds of other people and all kinds of other opportunities. So yeah the the reciproster is already built in there but but with plenty of other people I introduce. They maybe haven't done anything for me. But I provide the value first. And then I'll figure it out later and for longest time that that led to me being the most popular uber driver in town because you do eventually need to have a business around it but not everything has to immediately monetize and immediately get get that that payback.

Nicole Majik:

Nicole Majik 23:58.67 Yeah and and it Also there's there's a ah piece on it of sometimes it's not necessarily directly from that person but they might even just in passing say hey you should check out this podcast.

Michael Whitehouse:

Nicole Majik 24:17.57 And then that podcast turns into hey I'm connecting with this other person or with you and it turns into this roundabout thing and it's just it can be so complex yet. So simple at the same time.

Michael Whitehouse:

Michael Whitehouse 24:34.84 Yes yeah well and and getting back to what you're talking about limiting Beliefs I think one of the the crucial things because if you network but you have limiting beliefs around money and resources and time and opportunity you will create tremendous opportunities for everyone around you and not do I think of yourself.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 24:53.41 But and in some reasonve as I've thought more about myself my networking in the beginning I think came from a place of of ah imposter syndrome or something on those lines that I'm thinking if somebody meets with me they have there waste their time I had nothing to offer I don't know anything but you know what I do have. Some introductions so I'm going to make some introductions just kind of put my thumb on the scale to be like this is valuable right? I introduced you to 3 people I mean I'm just this guy but I introduced you to these 3 really cool people. So Now you can never say I wasted your time and and you know kind of from there. It developed to like wait a minute the introductions. You know that's not the bonus. That's not the frosting. That's the cake. That's the business.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 25:42.75 Ah yep yeah but but essential you realize it came from place of insecurity and then it became the value. No.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 26:03.16 It is. It's pretty cool. Yeah interesting to to look back and be like wow that that that happened fast for moving from there to here that was yeah it's been two years since the pandemic started and.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 26:22.18 A long time and a short time. So it's a hell of a thing. Um holy Mackerel Wow that that does that some exciting stuff coming So well. Thank you for being back on here. Um.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 26:37.86 And as like before I'll after bring you on you a ah hundred episodes from now because I think it's been about 100 episodes since your last last interview so we'll we'll see if I can line these up make to math work. But it's been great to have you on again and of course you're going to be on. You were on the summit that I just had and hopefully will be on some of the upcoming summits. So.

Nicole Majik:

Michael Whitehouse 26:57.14 Like around me and you'll get a lot more Nicole magic. So Nicole thanks for being on the show.

Nicole Majik:

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