Why Hire Nikki:
Captivating, inspiring and thought provoking, Nikki, will share the emotional story of her husband’s late stage cancer diagnosis while intertwining the life lessons that came to the forefront of their experience to inspire others to live in the present, engage in acts of kindness and simply, Live Moore. Nikki and Matt’s hope is that through the sharing of their heartbreak to triumph story, that participants will reevaluate their overall quality of happiness and well-being, re-prioritize their connections and experiences over materialistic gains, explore ways to support one another through kindness and remind the audience that this life is a gift, therefore, Live Moore!
Their Backstory: Matt & Nikki Moore were in their early 30’s, running two successful businesses, happily married and with their first baby on the way. Suddenly and unexpectedly they were faced with one of the biggest obstacles imaginable: stage 4 cancer. Hear their journey of facing daily challenges both personally & professionally, opening their hearts to deeper understandings of life, and through it all, creating a brand to inspire others to Live Moore!
Speaking Highlight Reel
Signature Talk: "The Journey To Live Moore"
What Attendees Will Take Away:
- Reminder that the past is over, the future isn’t promised and today is a gift
- An ability to re-evaluate one’s current sense of happiness and fulfillment in life
- Determine what goals or bucket list items one may have been waiting on and re-evaluate the justification for delay
- Learn what mindfulness and being present looks like in action
- Hear how impactful acts of kindness are to others and how you can be a part of making this world a better place
- Inspiration to live YOUR life to the fullest, Live Moore!
What is Unique about Nikki:
Ever since childhood, it has been Nikki’s passion to help others. Through her work as an entrepreneur, clinician, author and speaker it continues to be her goal to inspire others to bravely go into the emotional wreckage that one may be faced with; and do the hard work in order to come out the other side to live a healthy and fulfilling life.
Nikki’s real-life experiences give her a captivating authenticity, vulnerability, warmth and sense of humor that takes you on a personal exploration as she courageously shares her personal journey as a caregiver through cancer, a business owner, a mom, a wife, and now widow. Her biggest hope is that through hearing her story that the audience will experience an awakening, re-evaluation of life, and a desire to Live Moore without having to go through a health crisis as she and her family did.
Megan Fenyoe, LCSW
VETERAN, LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER (LCSW), TRANSFORMATIONAL MINDSET COACH, BEST SELLING AUTHOR, PROFESSIONAL SPEAKER AND HOST OF THE BLONDE BOMBSHELL PODCAST.
“Nikki’s authenticity is contagious. Her journey of transformation and rising strong in life is one that inspires me and all that get to hear her speak. I am so grateful for Nikki’s message and her commitment to choosing everyday to find heart, mindfulness and to Live Moore.”
EDITOR & FREELANCER
I knew Matt and Nikki for a couple of years prior to Matt’s diagnosis. They were a force. They forged their path in the world and went after what they wanted. Nikki was already a force in her own right and it has been an honor and privilege to get a peek behind the curtain of such a person. I attended both the Tucson and Portland Get Your Rear in Gear events and heard Nikki share hers and Matt’s story. While their story is touching and heart wrenching, what got me was how she connected with people, how she engaged. She is able to meet people in such an emotional and raw way, sharing her scars while holding space for others to do the same; it both impressed and impacted me. Matt is missed everyday, and sometimes it doesn’t seem real that he is gone. Nikki is the reason I feel like this. She has carried their message on in such an inspiring way. She is a person in unchartered territory doing impressive, touching work. She is trying to give people hope when sometimes she doesn’t have it herself. It’s a beautiful thing to watch. Thank you, Nikki.
Elizabeth Hawkins, PhD
“I attended the “Get Your Rear in Gear” walk in Portland and heard Nikki Moore speak. I was blown away by her story and the emotion and energy she brought to the event. I, as well as those around me, was in tears hearing the moving message behind Live Moore. I left that event motivated to embrace living in the present moment and focus on what matters most: people and relationships. It is far too easy to get caught up in the day-to-day busyness of life and put off building memories with those you love. Nikki and Matt’s story serves as a powerful reminder that each day is a gift and to live it fully and meaningfully.”
A note from a personal friend:
I knew Matt for almost 15 years before he passed. I first met him in the early years of our college experience at Northern Arizona University, before any of us had met Nikki. I’ve been blessed to be a part to many of the highs and lows of their journey together before Matt passed, and now, I try and do my best to help Nikki in any way possible as she navigates her and Cullen’s life together without Matt. Luckily, I’ve been able to help out Team LiveMoore at the Tucson and Portland Get Your Rear in Gear events this year by working the Team LiveMoore booth. Sharing Matt’s story for those couple of hours as I interact with the various race attendees is gut wrenching; I’ve shed many tears with people as we all share the reasons why we support Get Your Rear in Gear. I’ve done that at two events this year. Nikki does that every, single, day. I am amazed at her strength in being able to stand up in front of people she doesn’t know and share Matt and her story of love and loss. It breaks my heart every time I hear her speak. It encourages and amazes me every time I hear her speak. The power of their story, her strength and willingness to share it, and the impact it has on people who hear it is truly inspiring. I wish Matt was still here. I wish this story wasn’t one that had to be told. I’m so grateful that Nikki is so willing to tell it. #LiveMoore
~ Brian Speer, JD