Nikki Woods is a Tom Joyner Morning Show Diva (contributor and producer), #OWNAmbassador, Business Owner and Mommy! Nikki is also the author of “Easier Said Than Done,” is a Social Media and Personal Branding Coach, Motivational Speaker, and Voice-over artist. Her popular web series is named “Beyond the Studio” on Black America Web where she has interviewed folks who have something to share like Pharrell Williams and me…

Oh — that’s a flashback photo of me from a few years ago from the opening credits of my web TV show. Fun throwback pic, right? Cat ears not included.

Greetings Gorgeous,

I wanted to share a powerful conversation about why your joy is sacred. This is one of my favorite interviews about my personal development guide, “The Sacred Bombshell Handbook of Self-Love.”

Producer and fellow author Nikki Woods talked to me (via a fun Google Hangout) about why nothing matters more than you feeling good, how my Guyanese heritage has influenced my coaching, and The 11 Sacred Bombshell Principles of Self-Love.

Here’s what Nikki wrote about the conversation:

  • “The Modern (Self) Love Goddess Abiola Abrams pens The Sacred Bombshell Handbook of Self-Love designed to be your passport to becoming the woman you were born to be. Abrams spins her magic as a Sacred Bombshell Breakthrough coach and lifestyle journalist focused on women’s Love- Body-Spirit empowerment. The love columnist and advice maven is known for giving wake-up-call self- esteem advice when it comes to relationships and healing on networks from the BBC to MTV and columns from Yahoo to”



If you can’t see the video, click here to watch it on YouTube.


Oh — I also wanted to share this great comment on the video from Youtube viewer @honeyrainn:


  • “Having to “relearn” that I am a Sacred Bombshell, that I AM meant to be something better in my life and have someone in my life that encourages me is a bombshell themselves for giving that encouragement. Those that we look up to in the entertainment industry, go through the same struggle as regular women do in feeling worthy. The difference is they are entertainers doing what they love and some of “us” can only dream of being in their shoes. . .we have to find ” our own” inside bombshell. LOVED the interview.”

Thanks for sharing!