GUYS. It’s my very first author interview and I’m thrilled that it’s with my friend Nick. I’ve known Nick for several years now (we actually met through blogging, back when we both wrote about money) and he’s an all-around great guy with a crazy amount of talent and humor and insight. He’s been working for a couple of years now on a project (book, blog, podcast…the works) called Confessions of a Terrible Husband. The book had its official launch over the weekend in Nashville and I highly recommend you pick up a copy. I had the privilege of reading an advanced copy and let me tell you, it’s a great read. Quick and funny and well-written and there’s something in it that anyone in any kind of relationship can learn from.
Jana: Although we’re friends, some of my readers might not know about you or your blog. Tell us a bit about both.
Nick: Sure! I’ve been married for three wonderful years, seven years total, to a pretty patient woman who put up with me being virtually checked out off and on (mostly on) for four years of my marriage. We have two kids, one who just turned six and another who is three (Jana’s note: Nick has a podcast, Five Minutes with Dad, that he does with his kids. You should check it out). Professionally, I’m a lawyer, but at nights and on weekends I provide content, study, structure, and support to help real people improve their relationships. I use my knowledge as a busy lawyer and businessman to help business owners set their businesses in a way to honor their family commitments so they have a business that supports their family goals, not the other way around. And I will use my knowledge and experience as a terrible husband to help others find the knowledge and perspective to improve their relationship through constant growth and support.