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Staging an Epic Comeback After Divorce with Nikki Bruno

In the midst of a challenging divorce, it may feel as if you’ll never be able to move on. But what if you could use the divorce process as fuel to stage an epic comeback, reclaim your power and design your own best life?

Nikki Bruno is the founder and CEO of Catalyst Coaching. Her signature program, The Epic Comeback, helps women stage an epic comeback and build a joyful life in the aftermath of a long-term challenge or crisis such as divorce, domestic abuse, loss, illness or injury. Prior to coaching, Nikki spent 15 years in the publishing industry, and her work as been featured in Best Self, Cosmopolitan and Bustle, among many other media outlets.

Today, Nikki joins Katherine to define an epic comeback and explain some of the characteristics a person needs to stage one after divorce. She offers insight on how to process, heal and give voice to strong emotions and describes how she helps clients uncover their unique superpower. Listen in as Nikki walks us through the stages of the epic comeback journey and learn how to overcome your fear, reclaim your power, and embark on your very own epic comeback!


How reclaiming your power is key to an epic comeback

The traits a person needs to stage an epic comeback

  • Sacred relationship with self
  • Absolute commitment to truth-telling
  • Radical acceptance

How to process, heal and give voice to strong emotions

  1. Find good therapist
  2. Personal development
  3. Nutrition + fitness plan

The epic comeback journey

  • Utter hell
  • Period of healing
  • Reckoning
  • Clearing
  • Epic vision
  • Set goals + make plan
  • Take action
  • Troubleshooting
  • Epic launch

How Nikki helps clients uncover their superpower

Why fear is the #1 obstacle to staging an epic comeback


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The Center for Understanding Conflict

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The New Yorker’s Guide to Collaborative Divorce by Katherine Miller

Email katherine@westchesterfamilylaw.com

Call (914) 738-7765