An Interview with Nicole Pereira

As a business leader, it is my firm belief that there countless lessons we can learn from other business owners who have traveled the road before us.
Introducing Nicole Pereira.
Nicole is a second generation business owner who owns and manages the Honda Dealership in Cambridge Ontario Canada. I had the privilege of working with Nicole and helping her on her journey and now she shares with us some of the insights she’s collected not just through working with me but throughout her whole business career.
Nicole’s journey is an interesting one. I won’t spoil it here but I suspect many of the challenges she has gone through will resonate with many of you. Particularly those in the next generation seat.
We dive into many areas; her struggle with self belief, her philosophy around team, recruiting and also the dynamics of family business.
I actually did this interview back in March last year and now was the time to share it. Enjoy the discussion.
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