Welcome to Evolvepreneur Podcast Channel and my very special guest today is Nichola Zacher.

Nichola Zacher is an inspirational author from St Thomas Ontario Canada who achieved greatness through a unique situation she faced in life. Previous to becoming an author, Nichola worked in the field of caregiving as an Early Childhood Educator (ECE) after attending SheridanCollage. Nichola works very hard to help take care of her father Bob who lives with the disease dementia. When first being diagnosed it was a difficult time for Nichola. By continuing to stay positive she found virtue and therapy in a little puppy Marley.

This ultimately lead to her inspiration to write her book Marley’s Dream. Nichola’s goal with this book was to genuinely improve the lives of people and their families in similar situations. By writing this book Nichola and her dog Marley have built stronger relationships with the characters featured in her story.

When writing, Nichola was confident that her message was strong and needed to be heard.

This made writing the book easier than originally expected. Her message is simple but a powerful one, always try to have patience, empathy, and most importantly, love.

In the future make sure to keep an eye out for Marley!

With many more books and a television show early in production, Marley’s dream is coming to life and it couldn’t make Nichola any happier!

GRAB a copy of "Marleys Dream" here

To find out more check out her Evolvepreneur profile here.

Help Spread the Word!

Please like, comment and share below:

© Copyright | Privacy Policy
Evolve Systems Group Pty Ltd
ABN: 51 098 121 343

Use of this Web site constitutes your acceptance of our Terms and Conditions /Privacy Policy and trademarks and brands are the property of their respective owners. 

This site is not a part of the Facebook website or Facebook, Inc.  Additionally, this site is not endorsed by Facebook in any way. Facebook is a trademark of Facebook, Inc.

Contact Us

Phone: 1300 889 383




Copyright © 2020 Evolvepreneur - All rights reserved.
Got A Question