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What does it mean to be a Pink Coattails entrepreneurial woman?

For Nancy Marmolejo, founder of Talent and Genius, this means that every entrepreneurial woman has innate talent, as well as genius, that resides deep inside as part of who they truly are. She is dedicated to bringing these treasures to light!

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Please join us as Nancy tells the story behind her biggest mindset challenge, takes us behind the scenes in her business, shares her coolest resources and more!

Nancy Marmolejo sees your genius and shows you how to position it in the marketplace.

Her proven methods not only dig deeply into who you are as a person, but connect to the very success of your business. That’s the intersection of Talent and Genius (T.A.G.).

In business since 2003, Nancy’s won numerous awards in business innovation and achievement, been featured in 5 books, has over 100 media credits to her name, and maintains a great reputation in her industry.

All work and no play is NOT part of her genius plan, so when she’s not working, you can find Nancy living the genius life with her amazing daughter and very large orange cat.

Big Why

Nancy believes that for herself as well as other women entrepreneurs, your Big Why is in two phases; what gets you there and what keeps you there.

Mindset Challenge

After a series of challenging circumstances early on in her business, Nancy fell into what she calls ‘victim thinking’ as she was not getting the support she needed. Hear how Nancy turned this thinking around and went on to grow a successful business.

Energy Plan


Nancy does inspirational reading every morning, as well as practicing heart-centered meditation using the HeartMath company’s techniques. She’s also very mindful of what foods she eats as well.

Post Big Push

Instead of recharging with sugar or alcohol, Nancy recharges with rest and reaches for green juice or something that is going to give her an infusion of life-force energy.

Business Fun

Since re-branding her business as T.A.G. (Talent and Genius), Nancy is having a great time diving deep with her clients, to understand how they are showing up in their businesses and uncovering and bringing their genius into the light.

Business Vision

Nancy’s vision is revealing itself to her every single day, and she’s about to bring back in-person retreats to her business. She leaves enough open space to allow possibilities to unfold.

Little Pink Notebook

~ Personal Development Book

The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks

~ Business Book 

Creativity in Business by Michael Ray

~ Favorite Food Find

Kimchi! Nancy loves to create food combinations. She makes a tasty turkey burger with tangy barbeque topped with kimchi…salad and salsa all in one.

~ Recipe

Nancy’s Famous and Fabulous Kale Chips ( scroll down for recipe below!)

~ Fabulous Body Care Product

Fresh, organic almond oil as a moisturizer and make-up remover.

~ Confident Calm Technique

Nancy explains the HeartMath breathing technique, which has been scientifically proven to be effective.

Other Cool Resources

HeartMath’s website and research center

Say Thanks To  Nancy!

If you enjoyed this session of the Pink Coattails podcast, please let Nancy know by clicking on the link below and giving her a quick shout out on Twitter.

Click here to thank Nancy on Twitter!

Connect With Nancy

~ Website – www.TalentAndGenius.com
~ Facebook – http://Facebook.com/NancitaInc
~ Twitter @NancyMarmolejo
~ YouTube www.youtube.com/user/TalentAndGenius/


Nancy’s Secret Recipe Kale Chips

Ingredients –

1 bunch curly kale (not the flat kind)
olive oil
sea salt to taste

To Make –

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees
Wash the kale and remove the ribs.
Cut or tear the kale into bite sized pieces.
Toss the kale pieces in a bit of extra virgin olive oil
Bake the kale at 350 degrees in a cast iron pan (If you have one, if not, don’t worry, just use a baking dish)

Every 5 to 10 minutes toss the kale and when it’s 85 or 90% done (some are crispy and some are still limp, and be careful because they can burn) turn off the oven, open the door a little bit and just walk away and do something else for ten minutes.

After ten minutes or so, close the oven door and walk away again and do something else for ten more minutes. This turns your oven into a nice dehydrator.

With a little sprinkle of salt, these are fabulous and kids love them! Crispy, salty goodness and a little cayenne pepper if you like.

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