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Nina Amir


Nina Amir is known as the Inspiration to Creation Coach because she helps writers, bloggers, dancers, artists, and creative and conscious entrepreneurs combine their passion and purpose so they Achieve More Inspired Results. It’s Nina’s mission to help her clients step into their highest selves, fulfill their purpose, and achieve their potential as they create fully lived lives.

Nina is one of 300 elite Certified High Performance Coaches working around the world. In this capacity, she strives to help people get from where they are to where they want to be in life.

Nina is a hybrid author who has self-published 18 books and had as many as 12 books on Amazon Top 100 lists and six on the same bestseller list (Authorship) at the same time. Her traditionally published books include How to Blog a Book, The Author Training Manual and Creative Visualization for Writers. She is currently working on a book about “authoring change.”

As an Author Coach, Nina supports writers on the journey to successful authorship. Some of her clients have sold 300,000+ copies of their books, landed deals with major publishing houses, and created thriving businesses around their books. She is the creator of a proprietary Author Training curriculum for writers and other coaches.

She is an international speaker and award-winning journalist and blogger as well as the founder of National Nonfiction Writing Month and the Nonfiction Writers’ University.

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Posts by Nina Amir:

  • You Can Make Massive Progress By Implementing What You Know

  • February 5th, 2020
    Those of us interested in personal development continuously want to learn and make progress in all areas of our lives. We seek out new books, courses, seminars, and videos that will teach us something new that could [...]

  • 7 Steps To Be Your Best Everyday

  • October 8th, 2018
    The ruler comes out. Certain times during the year we have a tendency to stop and evaluate ourselves. We determine if we have accomplished goals we set, gotten closer to realizing our dreams, become better people, or [...]

  • Let Your Own Power Propel You Across The Finish Line

  • September 21st, 2018
    We all like to win—to cross that finish line—once we’ve put ourselves in a competition. We all like to achieve our goals once we set them. And doing so is, indeed, important no matter if you compete against yourselves [...]

  • How To Achieve Success

  • March 14th, 2018
    Recently I attended New Media Expo. It’s a huge conference attended by bloggers and podcasters from all over the United States and the world. I was struck by the fact that the big keynote speaker they had on the last [...]

  • What We Can Learn From Graduates

  • May 27th, 2014
    This past week I had the privilege of sitting through a variety of inspirational speeches. These were meant for New York University graduating students, but I found them appropriate for just about anyone pursuing anything [...]

  • What You Can Learn From The Super Bowl

  • February 3rd, 2014
    I don’t give two hoots about football. However, I love that every year so many people rally around a team and an event in such a huge way. The reason for this is simple: Everyone loves a winner. In other words, in [...]

  • Show Up To Achieve Success This Year

  • January 2nd, 2014
    On New Year’s Eve, many people create resolutions. The majority of those very same people don’t keep them. Therefore, they don’t achieve the success they desire in the New Year. If you want to succeed in 2014, [...]

  • Turning Required Activities Into Inspired Activites

  • August 19th, 2013
    Too often we feel like we must do something or we should do something. That’s why we don’t do anything at all. If you want to get more done and achieve the results you desire in your life and work, take inspired [...]

  • Why You Shouldn’t Make Resolutions For The New Year

  • December 29th, 2012
    It’s almost January 31st. New Year’s Eve and the time when many of us choose to make resolutions about how we want to change or improve in the New Year. The problem with resolutions lies in the word itself: resolve. [...]

  • How to Achieve Inspired Results

  • October 12th, 2012
    Results. We want to achieve them in all areas of our lives—in business, in health, in fitness, in career, even in relationships. We have dreams and goals, and we want the actions we take to realize them actually turn [...]