I help shy introverts to stop hiding and start living;
without feeling anxious all the time.

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Actually have the energy to focus on what brings you joy rather than using all your energy constantly fighting with yourself.

You’re so worried about how you’ll be perceived, you’ve forgotten what it’s like to be your authentic, confident self.

Imagine how your life would be different if you could just step out of your own way.
  • Less anxiety & depression
  • Find and make new friends (in YOUR unique way that feels good)
  • Understand strengths and weaknesses
  • Be confident in who you are and project that through your image
  • Attend events and stay energized and engaged rather than hiding in the corner or with the animals (#guilty 🐶)
  • Stop caring so much about what others think
  • Stop feeling so awkward in social situations
  • Start building more genuine and intimate relationships
  • Stop avoiding (potential) conflict (aka people-pleasing)
  • Overcome black & white thinking
  • Stop overthinking and second-guessing yourself
  • Trust in your decisions
  • Overcome self-sabotage
  • LOVE yourself for being an introvert and/or homebody and build the life and social circle you want in YOUR way
  • Value yourself and what you do including what only YOU have to offer
  • Feel safe to be yourself no matter who is around

“I know from personal experience how hard it can be to love yourself. I’ve had many years of therapy, paid thousands of dollars in counseling, spent countless hours crying, and had all but given up on loving myself fully.

But after coaching with Cam, I was able to find myself and love myself for the first time in my life (something I never thought possible).

Now I see my worth and that I am worth fighting for.

My real relationships have deepened, and the toxic relationships have faded away because I finally found my voice and set healthy boundaries.

Considering myself an empath who can easily get mixed into emotions, Cameron has always had this calming effect on me, and I love being around him.

Working with Cameron has blessed my life in ways I never thought possible. He helped me find me!”

Beth H.

“Cam has helped me to face fears I never thought I would overcome and has an amazing ability of keeping me in integrity and on my path whenever I start to sway.

Cam’s influence and guidance in my life is helping me be a better human. It has literally transformed my life.

If you want to be inspired and find your path, you should hire Cam. He will change your life!”

Jessica D.

“I can’t express how grateful I am for my time with Cam.

He’s made such a big impact on my life, and I can’t express that enough.

He’s been a big part of my mental health journey and I don’t know what the last couple of months would have been like without him.

It’s been a huge deal.”

Kendall S.

“Cam’s intuitive nature has helped me open so quickly and to be vulnerable in ways that are helping me grow.

Cam fosters trust in every relationship.

His ability to always see the big picture and encourage good habits that will create long-term success is a quality I truly admire.

Most leaders spend time trying to get others to think highly of them when instead they should try to get their people to think more highly of themselves.

I never knew I could grow so much in my personal development.

I never expected to learn as much about myself as I did with Cam as a mentor.

He was a guide, helping me to open up discoveries about myself on my healing journey and I’m the one that is the most surprised at what I’m finding!!!”

Nan J.

Hi! I’m Cam.

I’m a shy introvert and homebody. I also have a background in the performing arts and corporate leadership. It’s unusual, I know. Let me explain:

I spent the majority of my life being anxious and afraid–to approach people, make friends, let people down, fail, and sometimes even try new things. I spent a big portion of my adult life looking to others for answers. It didn’t matter how much validation I received, I never allowed myself to believe in ME. Even after years of therapy and accomplishing major personal and career goals, I still didn’t feel adequate or good enough. I isolated myself, withdrew from my spouse and friends, struggled to feel successful at work, and basically became a numb desensitized couch potato.

Once I found coaching, started recognizing my value, and decided to stop hiding–it’s like my life had a new spark and there was nothing that could stand in the way of what I wanted (and I actually knew what that was!). Coaching didn’t magically “fix” me (because I was never broken!), but it challenged my perceptions and ended up changing my life. So much so that I chose to leave corporate leadership and become a coach full-time!

I am certified through The Life Coach School; have a bachelor’s degree from Purdue University Global in Industrial/Organizational Psychology; and have over a decade of experience in coaching, leadership, training, and customer service.

I grew up and live in a suburb of Salt Lake City, Utah. I’m married to my favorite person in the entire world–my husband, Blake. We have two absolutely amazing boys and the cutest pup that rounds our family out.

I love to sing, watch tv, and explore nature–especially the ocean (in case the website design and social media posts didn’t give it away 😉).

My grandpa gave me this comic when I was a pre-teen. It hangs on my fridge to this very day as a reminder of rest and humor.
That critical voice in our mind doesn’t always tell the truth. When we believe it’s judgments and fear-mongering, we don’t go after what we want or need.

In a world geared towards extroverts, we’re taught that if we don’t show up a certain way we’re “wrong” or “broken.”
But the truth is we’re just wired differently.

I can help you get out of the “fake it ’til you make it” energy so you can finally go after and get what you want without being so afraid, anxious, or overwhelmed.

when shy introverts change how we show up for ourselves in the world, we can then go out and change the world...or at least be a lot happier 😉

Cam Nichols

What Is Life Coaching?

How is Life Coaching different than talking to a friend or colleague?

It’s possible they are the same thing if you had a friend who:

  • Had an established process for helping you get results
  • Was an expert in human behavior and how the brain works
  • Was willing to show up once a week to work with you on solutions to your issue
  • Provided a safe and non-judgmental space with no distractions or interruptions to work with you
  • Was focused 100% on you
  • Had the skill to see your blind spots objectively and help you shift them FOREVER
  • Could cut the time it would take you to achieve your goal
  • Had a library of techniques to help you overcome anxiety, procrastination, self-doubt, overwhelm, and impostor syndrome
  • Knew how to motivate you to do things that you thought were impossible
  • Kept you accountable to massive action
  • Continually showed you where you were growing and improving
  • Provided confidentiality
  • Told you the truth without holding back
  • Could help you manage your brain to transform your emotions, marriage, money, career, relationships, health, or anything else you are struggling with
  • Spent his or her time looking for even better ways to help you get results
  • Guarantee results if you put in the work

If you had a friend or colleague like that who was willing to show up for you for free every week to do the deep work of helping you grow, then it would be the same thing.

If you don’t have a friend like that, you might need a coach.


Is a Life Coach the same as a therapist or counselor?

Most therapy is usually diagnostic-based to determine illness and pathologies that can be clinically treated. Therapists analyze their client’s past as a tool for understanding present behaviors, whereas life coaches simply identify and describe current problematic behaviors so the client can work to modify them.

A Therapist/Counselor analyzes the client’s childhood and/or past experiences to understand why they are showing up the way they are in their present. Therapists help clients understand past trauma so they can be healed in order for them to move on in their life. They focus their conversations on ways to recover from past traumas; explore why past relationships have been destructive; work through depression or anxiety that affect the client’s ability to function at home or work. Here are a few examples that are very appropriate for therapy:

  • Addiction
  • Really non-functioning (unable to function per societal norms)
  • Extreme obsessive-compulsive
  • Major depression or anxiety

A Life Coach focuses on the present. We teach you how to manage your mind and influence the present to design your own future.  A life coach would be able to offer guidance by clarifying and achieving personal and professional goals; working to improve communication skills; achieving financial independence and security; achieving a work/life balance; starting a new business or growing a current business. Here are a few examples that are more appropriate for Life Coaching: 

  • Perfectionism
  • Learning to love yourself
  • Relationship troubles
  • Overall satisfaction with life