About Nicole

Nicole Roberts Jones is known as “The Inner Catalyst” for her ability to draw out what’s best within each of her clients—to inspire, empower and transform them but also to move them into action.  To show you how to put the wheels in motion to earn substantial income using your greatness, your gift, your expertise, what she calls your FIERCE. Linking Purpose with Performance & PROFIT!


To Turn Big Passion Into Big Profits.


While still working in the entertainment industry, Nicole founded & developed her first program at the age of 23. This program quickly became a national company with 10 chapters in 10 states.   It was this early work that not only shifted her life but really allowed Nicole to see her gift of moving people’s passion & purpose into profit. From it, Nicole developed a system that allows others to see their gift and teaches them how to use it to make a difference in the world, which is what she calls her Fierce Formula.

Nicole is a content & talent development dynamo. She has more than 20 years experience working with corporate executives, entrepreneurs, heads of states & nonprofit directors to develop programs & services to meet the needs of all those they serve. She has also been an adjunct professor at both the University of Southern California (USC) and Boston University where she taught courses on program development.

Nicole now works with coaches, speakers, entrepreneurs and corporations to develop income with impact. She does this using her Fierce Formula in two areas; with women entrepreneurs to build programming that generates multiple revenue streams and a greater bandwidth to serve their clients.  To help them Take Their Brilliance to the Bank  and second with corporations to develop high-performing employees who excel at work because they learn to operate in their genius.   To help them create greater momentum linking Purpose with Performance. 

Nicole received her Master of Social Work (MSW) from the University of Southern California and in 2007, Jones was a recipient of the Best of You Award from Glamour Magazine and in March of 2011, she was named as one of ten finalists for the National Black Books Festival New Author Award for her 2010 released book Define Your Own Way.