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Nick Williams is a coach and writer, the author of 16 books including the best seller ‘The Work We Were Born To Do’ and ‘Be Inspired, Be Inspiring, Be Yourself.’

This episode of True Business is all about creative inspiration. What is inspiration? Where does inspiration come from? How and why does it bring out the best in us? And the importance of understanding the relationship between inspiration and resistance that Nick jokingly refers to as ‘inspiration’s evil twin. Enjoy Nick’s vision for business in an awakened world and the inspiring wisdom and messages Nick has for you and your True Business to thrive.

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What they say

“A really big “thank you” for all the hard work and dedication you put in to the Homeless World Cup and for the way in which you have helped to change the lives of thousands of people through football.”

Rio Ferdinand, Footballer

“Kat’s like a spark plug. You come away ignited.”

Wendy Richmond, founder, Yellow Bicycle PR

Alison is becoming a confident spokesperson for her pioneering field with The Sex Lectures and media appearances with BBC Radio 4 Women’s Hour, BBC Radio Manchester, Manchester Confidential, The Big Issue in the North: “I have to pinch myself to believe it. It has literally taken off. Now I’m focused on sharing valuable information with a mainstream audience it is fun and opportunities open up effortlessly. I absolutely love it!”

Alison Pilling, Sex School for Grown Ups

“’It is enjoyable to make things visible, which are invisible’ – Eric Cantona. This quote speaks volumes about you Kat. You are an inspiration now and always.”

Dave Cobban, Director, Nike Sustainable Business and Innovation

“Kat prodded my intuitive thinking into reality. I created a better working space and products and generated more income for my business.”

Nancy Feely, owner, Island Fresh Market