On this episode, we have the soulful connector PR Queen, Nicole Myden. Or as I love to call her Magic Myden, and since my podcast is not g-rated, I call her Magic fucking Myden. Nicole is or was one of my very first friends in Scottsdale, Arizona. We met at a women’s entrepreneurial networking event called “The Foundress.” We locked eyes, and literally, it was love at first sight. Hearts came out of our eyes, and we just fell in love instantly. I’m not exaggerating. We talked about it on the podcast. That’s how we became best friends. And Nicole is aside from being; literally, I’m not saying this lightly… She’s one of the most incredible human beings I’ve ever met in my whole life. She is a soul sister, but she is an epic fucking genius. When it comes to public relations. She has been in this business for over 20 years. She has worked in Los Angeles; she had her own company there. She started her own company in Scottsdale called “The PR Concierge.” And she has so much heart and soul behind what she does. She used to work with big brands, big celebrities. And now she’s working more with the purpose-driven entrepreneurs empowering us that we are worthy of press.
I’m so excited for you guys to get a chance to connect with Magic Myden. Something we talked about on this podcast that I want to highlight is Nicole is hosting a virtual event, October 17 and 18th. And it’s all about pitching through a pandemic. Guys, when you see the panel of people that she has been involved in this event, it will blow your socks off. I (full disclosure) am a panelist, and I’m not referring to myself. She just has people who have been in press, who have been in entertainment, who have been in mindset and coaching, and all of the things in entrepreneurship. So be sure to check it out, get a ticket; it’s virtual, no matter where you are. In the world, I know we have listeners from all over the world get your ticket; you deserve to be at this event. Check her out at theprconcierge.com, and I hope you guys love this episode.
REGINA: So if you know me, well or in person, that I live in Phoenix, Arizona. And when I moved to Phoenix, I knew no one, and through happenstance, serendipity, God’s Will, the angels, Magic Myden, and I ended up in a room together, and we locked eyes. And it was love at first sight. She looked at me, and she said, Oh my God, you are so cute. We’re going to be friends. All is by profession, a PR maven. She has been in the PR industry for over 20 years. She has worked with some of the biggest names, biggest publications. But that’s just her work history. Nicole is truly the most soulful connecting human being I’ve ever met. She is a soul sister from another life to me. And I’m so thankful to bring her to you guys, to all the things, because Magic Mydon truly embodies all the things. Welcome, Nicole!
NICOLE: First of all, I’m so proud of you. I love that you’re doing your show. And I feel like we talked about this when we first met, so good on you for keeping yourself accountable. And thank you for having me. It’s the best hangout afternoon ever. The best part is I wish we could do this every day. But to your beautiful introduction. I remember when I met you. I was like, this girl has something in her. She is just sparkling energy, all the things. And you’re just such an amazing friend, and I love you.
REGINA: So you have built your business as an entrepreneur around PR and started in LA. And then you ended up in Scottsdale, Arizona. How did you end up getting into the world of PR? Oh, such a crazy lung. I would have such a long answer for you. But I will give you the quick and dirty because I know how podcasting goes, and we want to keep everyone in tune. But I grew up in Los Angeles. And I think everybody there thought I would always just work in the entertainment industry. We were so surrounded by it. It’s all I knew. And so I had this dream. I would go to college and become a journalist and maybe end up on the red carpet interviewing celebrities and working in media, right. So I never knew what PR was growing up. I’m 41 right now. So my generation, when I was in school, no one was studying to be a publicist. I didn’t even really know what it was. So I went out from Los Angeles to the University of Arizona for college. I am first dipping the toe into Arizona life, fell in love with it. And I was studying journalism. And one day, in the craziest twist of divine intervention, I happen to be doing a crossword puzzle in my college school paper, waiting to go into my class. And there was a tiny ad for an internship that Kodak film was putting on for film students to go to the Cannes Film Festival. And I remember thinking, Oh my gosh, I’m not a film student, but I have to go to this, how can I get myself there? So in truth, Nicole Magic Myden’s ways just very similar to, I think, Regina Lawrence ways. I was like, “You know what, I’m going to go for it.” Because what do I have to lose?
And so I essentially wrote an essay to this board saying I’m not a film student, but here’s what I’m about. And here’s who I am. And I love this opportunity. And I tossed it up to the universe, and I went about my life, and I forgot about it. And I think two months later; I got a letter saying I had been accepted. And I had been accepted with the notion that they would give me, since I wasn’t a film student, an internship to shadow a film publicist while I was there on the trip with the other students because all the other students were film students. So they kind of created this scenario for me, which is beautiful in itself. And so I went there; I had the best trip of my life. It was the most fantastic experience. And I shadowed a film publicist for three weeks, and I learned everything that I would need to know that my soul said: “Yes, yes, yes!” this is the perfect job for you. And then I came back, graduated college, and then I started working in PR in LA, and I’ve been doing the same thing for 21 years.
REGINA: So you’ve got 21 years under your belt, baby. Can you just tell the listeners some of the people you met at the film festival?
NICOLE: Oh, my gosh. Well, I have to remember, I haven’t even graduated college at this point. So I was starstruck. I mean, Nsync was there who at the time was the biggest thing in the world? So I had the opportunity to interview Justin Timberlake and the whole crew. So, the little girl in me was like, “Yes, yes. Yes!” All the feels. Calista Flockhart was there doing a movie at the time. Oh, my gosh. I mean, it was movie star Central, real movie stars. I mean, I can’t even think of all of them off the top of my head. But it was such an out-of-body experience. It was a crazy, wild dream that went on for three weeks.
REGINA: So, being in PR for as long as you have been? So what are the biggest changes that you have undergone in your career in PR?
NICOLE: Such a good question; I’ve been doing a lot of reflection over this year, as I think so many of us have. And I think back to the girl I was, the career woman I was, and all these different phases of my life. When I graduated college (so we’re going back 21 years), my crew, my generation, when we graduated, especially in Los Angeles, I felt this crazy pressure that we all had to climb this corporate ladder, and we had to achieve these titles. And this was kind of the societal definition of success. And so I think I came out, just trying to do my job and “succeed” and just keep raising that title, grow the salary, all these things. The work was just happening. I loved it; it was fun, it was getting to do all the things, but my mindset at that time was in a different place now in terms of why I was doing it or why I was succeeding right? Now, everything feels very purposeful; I understand the shifts of why I’m working with smaller business owners currently and finding joy in that versus the more prominent brands. And not that there’s anything wrong with big brands. But for me, I love right now more than anything that I get to help small business owners get their time in the spotlight. Because I feel that everyone’s worthy of these opportunities. And so I think I got so much experience with the Hollywood entertainment, big-budget stuff, and huge consumer brands over the years, which was great, but I left it to find me. And I think that when I think about that, the younger version of Nicole, and it’s not my fault, it’s not my fault. It’s not her fault. The thing is why whether I’m not as evolved or I wasn’t self-aware, I hadn’t gone through enough life to kind of rattle me to go on this spiritual journey that I’ve been on. So I think that the biggest difference is that I was operating from a different want or desire or outcome. Everything then was about having to prove or do, and it didn’t feel as intentional.
REGINA: So earlier in your career, when you worked with bigger brands and bigger celebrities and stuff, you said you made a shift. When you were in that space, that kind of defined you, and I think for many people listening, I know myself as an attorney; it was the same way. The big high paying, coveted “job” that people want? We let it define us. And I know a lot went into this journey for you, but what was the journey to kind of shift your mindset to think, “No, I’m not defined by these brands or celebrities or these external things?”
NICOLE: Yeah. I know it’s so much to think back on, but for me, the defining moment of really stepping back and evaluating my life, my career, my purpose, my soul, all of it was at around 35 when I was In a marriage that lasted for six months, and then chose to walk away. I think when you go through something that you’ve built this huge career, and you’ve built this name for yourself, and you’ve got this reputation in your industry, and then you go through a divorce, which you chose to step away from, so I created that moment, right? And then I was left sitting with all these things, thinking, “Oh, my gosh, who am I in this world?” Am I just this person that people know? Who does press? Why are they losing sight of my soul? Or who I am? So it forced me to just step back and think, Okay, I’ve always led with my work, or I had for a long time. And I’m very vulnerable. And I always let people in, and so for me, it was interesting to see where I can find this balance of being that woman that loves her job, loves helping people, is filled up by what I do. But it doesn’t need to be the first thing anymore. It was always I’m Nicole Myden, the PR girl. And I think that my personal life is going to change, and hopefully, other things in my life are going to change in the next few seasons. It won’t be leading, as it has been, but I think for so many of us women, we’ve latched on to our jobs and our careers because they’ve provided a lot of things for us that maybe we’re missing, that we hadn’t kind of connected the dots on yet. And that’s okay. We can find success, and we can find safety, and we can find joy and validation, and all these things that we sometimes need in our work. But I think the beautiful part of growth is finding that balance where we can do it. But also show up as ourselves and lead with that and impact with our souls first.
REGINA: Totally. I was just talking to Jackie about this; we talked; we’re about how when we stepped into entrepreneurship, or when we kind of made that transition in our mind from the thing we thought we wanted to who we are. That you have to get to know yourself again, what was that like for you going into that? And really getting to know yourself?
NICOLE: It was a lot. I think that my whole life, and I get this from my mother, bless her heart. I’ve always kind of been programmed to be happy, shiny, friendly. We love on everybody, we’re strong, strong East Coast energy values. But I think for so much of my childhood and so much of my life, people always knew that I was the one that could bring the sunshine, I was always the one they could come to, I was always the one that was going to make them feel good. But what I wasn’t doing was honoring my own feelings, and so I think when I went through that divorce, the reason that I probably went so downhill is it was because it was probably the first time in my life. And this happened at 35. So imagine all those years of holding on to all that energy was probably the first time in my life where I gave myself permission to just feel and be sad, and grieve and process and kind of push everything else to the side, I stepped out of Los Angeles for a few months and took three months to really assess my feelings and figure out my next step. And I knew that I was being judged, and people had all kinds of opinions, but for me to settle into that self-love connection of just honoring whatever I felt, it was okay. And I don’t have to put on this facade for people, and I don’t have to be who they expect me to be. I can just be Nicole. And from there, from that moment at 35, I really say, I feel I reversed, I really started an entirely new life for myself and in many ways, but at the core, it was soulfully. And had I not gone through that divorce and made that shift, and then I can’t even imagine where I’d be right now. So I think it’s important through all the work and all the building and all the things that we all just innately want to experience and desire and serve and do in our lives that we remember that we are allowed to feel.
REGINA: So as you go through this internal transition and pivot in your personal life, it reflects your business life because you said you went from working with bigger brands, bigger celebrities to really working with smaller business owners and entrepreneurs and empowering them that they are worthy of press.
NICOLE: Yes. 100%. I don’t want to say I was turned off, but as I was shedding all of the pain and all of the things and the identity that I had, I honored this beautiful career that I worked so hard for in Los Angeles. I really honor it. I am grateful for every ounce of it. But I think as I was going through my own soulful journey, and I finally removed myself also from Los Angeles and took a huge leap and moved here to Scottsdale, barely knowing anybody and just trusted that I was being pulled here. I found myself meeting so many awesome small business owners and creators, and entrepreneurs. There is really something magnetic in the air here. And there are so many brilliant, smart, soulful business owners. And I was finding myself like you when you got here, just meeting people and having conversations and I was like, wait, “this person’s idea’s genius,” or “they’re doing something so smart” And so I was having these conversations, and then press would naturally come up. And people would say, well, do you think I’m ready to be on TV? Or do you think I could ever be in a magazine? And I would say! It really starts with this confidence first and this feeling of worth. And then from there, I feel anybody that has been on a journey, or if you’ve created a product, or you’ve created a business there, that’s your story. That’s your pitch. There’s a reason why you left doing what you’re doing to do what you’re doing now. And so everybody that I’m meeting has this story, whatever it is, whether it’s bumpy roads, or flatlines, or whatever, right? So for me, I started getting really lit up thinking, wow, I’m finding so much joy, helping these small business owners really step into their worth and their confidence and see them get these opportunities, because the entertainment industry and the celebrities and all the big consumer product brands, those people will always have a huge budget, and they’ll always be in the press, and they’ll always be in the media, you’ll always see the advertisements, you’ll always see all of it. But I feel when you see a small business owner who’s built from nothing, and who has come up with an idea or solution or brought something to market or their industry, from their heart, and they are putting their blood, sweat and tears and sweat equity into building something. And then they get the type of press recognition. It just makes my heart explode.
REGINA: One of your superpowers is that while the press is an outcome of what you do. You help people step into themselves step in confidently, and you infuse that confidence in them. How do you help a small business owner or a new entrepreneur step into their confidence step into their greatness?
NICOLE: Interestingly, it’s so easy for me to see it in someone else. And then also, at the same time, when it comes to myself, there were a lot of things that I couldn’t see. So I think the biggest thing and one of the reasons that I started to shift my business the way I did, so I work with small business owners; I do have big brands I work with. But one of the things I started doing was teaching people how to go after their own press. And the reason I was fascinated with this concept because, as we know, and we do the work, but everything starts with our mindset, right? So when I would meet these small business owners, and everybody had these great ideas, and they would say, Oh, I’m so overwhelmed by the press, or I don’t even know where to start, or how could I possibly be on TV? I would think, how is this person who’s so confident in so many ways think that they’re not worthy of getting in a magazine or being on TV? , it just seems so silly to me, right?
So I realized there was a lot to kind of step into when it comes to business. I think people get so overwhelmed when they’re starting a business, and we talk about it all the time, right? I think it’s as soon as we can take out the overwhelm, which is the first thing I like to hone in on. We take out the overwhelm, and we make it fun, and we make it simple. Then they get lit up and say, “Hey, I got this ” So when you’re starting a business, you’re running 5000 hats, you’ve got to deal with accounting, you’ve got to deal with legal, you got to go after clients, you’ve got to get your systems in place. I mean, it’s on and on and on, right. The last thing most people want to think about is, Oh, now I have to wear a marketing or PR hat and put myself out there. So I think one of the secret sauces, if you will, is that I really just try to keep things simple and fun. It’s not like there’s something scientific about what I do. You say, and many people say that I’m a natural connector because I believe that my purpose in this lifetime is to put great people together. And the root of public relations, and the root of getting press, is relationship building. So if you can make making relationships fine and building relationships with people fun, whether they’re friends, colleagues, or media contacts, you’re already on your way to having a fun time with practice. It’s all foundational; I am still working with media that I’ve been working with my whole career because they have trust in me, we have loyalty, we have mutual respect and support for one another.
So just in life, you look at all the other areas of your life, I think if people could start with, “Hey, I’m actually just on a mission to build relationships with press people are media contacts, or a TV producer, or a magazine editor.” That’s actually not that difficult. That sounds fun. Maybe I should ask this person to go to dinner. Or maybe I should say, “Hey, I’d love to get to know you and be a resource for you. What’s your favorite heights?”, “let’s go hiking!” So if we kind of just start making it like that, where this is just relationship building and fun. Let’s build the relationship, and then we’ll see where the opportunity comes later. But if you just look at it that way, it takes all the terrifying ideas away, right? Because I know people get very intimidated when some people talk about the press but for me, if you’re having fun with what you’re doing, you’re going to be confident.
Let’s just go back to the basics. We don’t have to worry about getting on the Today show right now. Or Good morning, America. Let’s just start with building relationships with people who are in the market where our business is, and then we can build from there.
REGINA: I love what you just said. And that actually I think applies to all things in your business. There will be something new that we want to do in the business. So getting press is something and that sentence “I want to get press is like, I don’t know where to start.”But you already have the skill on how to do it, You’re a human being, you know how to connect with human beings. I think that’s everything in our business.
NICOLE: Yes. But that’s also why you’re so great at doing what you do because I think that life is already overwhelming, right? There are so many, there are so many things that can be overwhelming. So if we can start as entrepreneurs just having fun and joy with the work we’re doing, we’ll already show up more confident. We just have to keep it we have to keep it easy. And it’s not to say that these things don’t get complex, or they don’t get difficult at times. But if we can stay in joy, that’s when we’re most confident.
REGINA: So somebody who’s listening who’s like “Alright, Nicole, I’m feeling good. I’m feeling feisty. I’m ready for some press. What are one or two or three things to do right now to take action?”
NICOLE: So the first thing is, we have got to know from the get-go before we do anything else– What our “Why” is. If we are not clear on our “why” we cannot even begin to try to reach out to the press. So if you’re in a place where you haven’t drilled down your messaging, you’re not clear on why you do what you do, or why your solution is important to your industry, or your niche or whatever. That would be the first thing, right? So just overarching, you got to get super clear with your messaging. And the reason why that’s so important is that if we don’t know why we’re doing it, we’re not going to be open to receiving right. So that the mindset and the why all of that kind of goes hand in hand.
The second piece then is that we need to get super organized. So if you are somebody who doesn’t have a budget to hire a consultant myself for a PR firm, no problem at all, you can do this on your own. The thing is you have to create time and space for it. So if you are an entrepreneur right now and you have a very kind of systemized schedule, and you’ve got time blocks and all these things, even if you just carved out one hour a week right now to start and put it in your schedule, don’t say oh, I’ll do it on Friday, actually put it in your schedule. and dedicate that one hour a week maybe for the next month. To just Starting by googling your local press outlets and press contacts. Now the goal is that we want to basically create our own little media Rolodex and spreadsheet, which everybody can do for free. This is literally time and energy at this point. And if you’re too busy to do it, you can delegate it to a virtual assistant or an intern. This is a great project for someone. But start by researching your local newspapers, your local magazines, your local radio stations, and your local TV shows. And, obviously, nowadays, most people know who some of the big podcasters are in your area and things like that. So, you want to start researching all these people, why is it important to research them, if we don’t know their name, and we don’t know what they cover, we’re not going to be able to reach out to them, and get the response we want. Because we’ve got to go to the right person who covers the right niche that our business is in. So for instance, you might open a magazine and see there’s a whole bunch of editors there. Well, there’s probably someone who covers fashion, there’s probably someone who covers sports, maybe there’s someone who covers beauty. So taking time to start and just get really organized and clear on who your media players are, is a great initial step, because you want to get all that organized and get their email and phone number and their name spelled correctly in their title, all into a spreadsheet before you even start reaching out. The last thing you want to do is reach out and then have to go back and do research, right. So if you take time, and even if it’s a couple of weeks to do that, just focusing on your local market, you don’t even need to worry about national at this point, you want to start getting press where you’re based. The reason you want to do that is because you want to build yourself up as that expert, and you want to build the local momentum in your regional market before you start attracting the national opportunities. And if you can start building a reel for yourself and immediate kit in your local market, it’s going to lead to more momentum, which of course will bring the other things anyways. So why mindset the message kind of all tied together, then getting really organized with your Rolodex taking that time to research. And then when you get ready to reach out, one tip I would give that I think is super important that a lot of people forget is that it’s really good to Google these people, once you find their names, and see what they like, see if you can find them on Instagram. See if you have any commonalities, maybe you have people in common. And this is really important. Because when you do go to reach out to them, remembering that these are human beings just like us, they’re people, they have likes and interests, what a great way to introduce yourself, as someone brand new to them, and be able to point out, “Hey, I saw that you were just vacationing at a place that I go to all the time.”, you want to find that that little hook that’s going to grab their attention. And a great way to do that is finding commonality. Or it can be that you comment, great job writing that article on XYZ, “Hey, I’m in the same industry, I’d love to provide tips for you next time you focus on this.” So that research sets you up to confidently going back to confidence. Reach out knowing that you’ve done your homework, and you’re going to them in a confident place to grab their attention. Now there’s a whole lot else we’re going to get into. And we’re actually going to do it at the events. So I’m going to save everything else for that. But those are some immediate things that people can do right now that again, will cost them no money, but it will cost time and energy.
REGINA: Cool. It’s so so helpful and so useful. And Nicole has taught me this. And I literally sat and got super organized and have everything in a spreadsheet the way you told me to do it. So all during this pandemic, you and I have spent countless hours talking about business talking about the pivots and the changes that have happened. And I’m so excited for the event that you’re putting on Nicole is creating an event called pitching through the pandemic. Please check out her website to learn more about that.
What was the intention behind creating this event first?
NICOLE: Not I think I know, about a year ago when I was turning 40. And for all you out there ladies who are going to turn 40, at some point, you will go through this, and I say this in the most loving way, turning 40 is a blessing, it was such a beautiful gift, but things come up, and you’re kind of working through a lot. And I was and so I had taken a step back to reevaluate my business. And for me at the time, I had decided that doing the events, energetically, was just too much for me. And I was trying to simplify things. And so I just kept my consulting going. And I truly swore off the events. I was like, I’m done. I think I think I’m good. , I’m gonna leave that for someone else now. And what was happening at the beginning of COVID and to be very candid, I mean, my business was hanging on by a thread like most people in our world. I mean, I had a whole list of clients who are about to start and all of them went away. And so I kept trusting the signs. I said. “God, okay, we got to keep things simple. We’re gonna push through this, we’re all in it together, we’re gonna do this”. And throughout those core few months of the quarantine, and really the thick of it. I had a lot of business owners reaching out to me on dm just emailing me people in the community, people outside of the state saying, gosh my business is hurting, I want to talk to the press. Should I? Is it disrespectful? What do I say to them with everything going on? I feel it’s insensitive. And I kept saying, No, no, no, they need you. They actually need you now more than ever. But there is a way to do this. So let’s kind of figure it out. And so this kept happening. I kept getting people calling me and asked me this, and I woke up one day and said this is the time, I’m going to bring the event back. Now I think it’s needed. I think not only do we need the community, but I think there are so many business owners out there right now that just need not only a little inspiration, but a little confidence and just push to know that you can still be out there this way. The imposter syndrome has to go away, you’re still worthy, even during a pandemic, of having yourself seen as that expert you are. And the reality is that the TV stations can’t just talk about COVID, they can’t just talk about the election, they do need other things. And if you were in the health, wellness, mental healing kind of space, I mean, lightworkers, all of it, you guys are needed more now than ever. And there’s so much content opportunity available. And so I thought with the events, we’re going to bring it virtually to everybody.
I assembled a lineup where we can talk through starting with mindset, we’re going to drill in with actual media personalities that are TV hosts, and, big-time journalists telling you how you should properly pitch them, combined with me teaching. And so if you’re really wanting to dive into VR, this event, you will walk away immediately after this event, being able to get yourself press, it will happen if you do what we tell you to do. And so anybody that, is just needing that little nudge right now with their business or wanting to get a little bit of visibility or share something that maybe they created that was birthed during COVID. This is perfect. And the goal is, I said, it’ll be fun. It’s a safe place. There’s no right or wrong. There’s no judgment, people are going to be at all different levels of business. And the media that we have participating are so loving and supporting. And I know that they are as intense as I am to give small business owners tools to build their confidence and show them that it’s actually not that difficult to reach out to them. You just have to know how to do it. So basically, it’s a no-brainer. And it doesn’t matter where you are in the world. You can attend, you can attend, it’s going to be the most fun Zoom Room ever. We’ll see if there’s a couple of Karen’s in there. There’s always a character in my room. So people can join from wherever they are, you keep saying if they’re on vacation at an Airbnb or they’re just sitting on their couch with their coffee. But, the intention ultimately was to teach people about the purpose of publicity, how it is powerful for your business, how it can help you, and then take the overwhelm out. And I said, from the beginning, just keep it fun. Because when we see that something in our business is fun, that’s when we’re gonna get more confident with it.
REGINA: Totally, it’s gonna be so amazing. And when you guys check out the list of speakers we’re one of them. When you have incredible speakers, it is such a no-brainer. There are so many different people from so many different industries, we have top podcasters we have national TV show host we have top business magazines, journalists, people from some of your favorite consumer, online sites, I mean, it’s really a little bit of everybody to give that variety because everyone’s gonna want a different pitch. But they’ll all give you insight on how to kind of grab their attention. I’m so excited. And I will in the show notes guys, I will share a link so you can purchase tickets for the event, Nicole, where can people find you connect with you pimp yourself out?
NICOLE: Let’s do it. So my website is theprconcierge.com there’s actually event info on there. You can reach me on Instagram @nicolemyden. I am very good at responding. And I’m just really here to support I also offer one-hour calls just to help people with strategy. So if you’re not someone who can attend the events, you can always reach out and set up a quick little strategy call to help as many small business owners as I can and I look forward to hopefully seeing some of you there.
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Regina Lawrence Esq. is a former trial attorney and law school professor turned soulful business & life strategist. She has found that so many entrepreneurs have these brilliant ideas and dreams but don’t know how to take the dream and create a system or structure to make that dream & idea profitable. That is where Regina comes in. With discipline, consistency, systems & structure, we can’t help but create profit & fulfillment from our soul-driven business ideas.
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