How To Find ‘The One’ With My Husband Nick Broadhurst






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This is a very special and intimate episode for me, with my most frequently requested guest… my husband. There aren’t many musicians who can create music that moves you on a deep spiritual level, cracks you wide open, and is chart-toppingly epic at the same time… But Nick Broadhurst does exactly that!

Also known as BROADHURST, not only is this man an incredible musician, he’s also an amazing husband, father and entrepreneur who has so many genius insights into getting the most out of life. Paying close attention to what he has to say is, in many ways, like a shortcut for your own personal growth.

Nick has been on a fascinating journey: from being a founding member in the pop sensation Sneaky Sound System, then becoming Australia’s top real estate agent, to being bedridden for three years with Lyme disease, Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and now finally living out his true passion as a popular musician. And today, not only do we get to hear this divine human speak about the creative power of love and relationships, we are also celebrating the release of his latest single and music video, The One, featuring… me!

Holy moly are you going to LOVE this!

In this episode we chat about:

  • Nick’s journey and how he got to where he is today (05:35)
  • The personal work you must do before you can call in The One (23:32)
  • The number one key to a successful relationship (25:16)
  • The power of support and challenge in your relationship (27:10)
  • How to find The One (29:12)
  • Are you making these common mistakes that repel true love? (29:49)
  • Why you need to become more to get more (including Nick’s genius hacks to shift your mindset) (30:41)
  • How to know when you’ve found The One (32:00)
  • What to do if you are with someone who isn’t The One (33:06)
  • Why stress will kill your relationship (and what to do instead) (34:50)
  • The importance of understanding the masculine and feminine (37:02)
  • What a superior man is and why you want one (37:44)
  • The best way to inspire your partner to step up and be a superior man (ladies, you’re going to love what he says here!) (42:06)
  • How to stay excited after years of being with The One (47:07)
  • Why expectations ruin all relationships (52:06)
  • How important it is to not carry any baggage from past heartbreaks into the current relationship (54:52)
  • The keys to a sweeter life (01:02:07)
  • The power of a daily practice for an epic relationship (01:06:17)
  • Plus so much more!

BROADHURST resources:

Episode resources:

  • Bulletproof Coffee (Amazon)
  • Bulletproof Brain Octane (Amazon)
  • Sneaky Sound System. (Wikipedia)
  • Dear Lover: A Woman’s Guide To Men, Sex, And Love’s Deepest Bliss by David Deida (Amazon)
  • The Way of the Superior Man: A Spiritual Guide to Mastering the Challenges of Women, Work, and Sexual Desire by David Deida (Amazon)
  • The Sauna Space Infrared Sauna that Melissa and Nick use (website)
  • Whoop: Wearable Fitness Devices (website)

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  1. Boshka says:

    Dear Melissa and Nick,
    Thank you for another genuine, heartfelt conversation between my two favourite souls!
    I had an honour to meet you both in person in 2015 during B-School Boot Camp in Sydney. I felt totally inspired how close two human beings can come and how they can share their love so openly with others to show the Light.
    I absolutely love this song and the video is so beautiful! It feels so authentic after seeting you in person and listening to your interviews Love your work and the amazing energy you send to the World! Thank you for ALL your beautiful creations! XOXOXO

  2. Tomika says:

    Love love love this podcast and this song!!! The One is a beautiful song that just radiates love and gives me the biggest goosebumps and makes me a little teary. Just listening to the song which is filled with so much love that is now pouring out and into my ears, heart and soul!

  3. Daniela says:

    Wow. What a fantastic podcast. I have not listened to something so intunely like this in the longest time. My partner is definitely what Nick talks about – practicing the feminine. Some people have said that’s just not right and not manly. How wrong they are. There is nothing sexier than a man fostering his feminine. Thank you Melissa and Nick. What an inspiring couple you are. Xxx

  4. Justine says:

    This is the most beautiful, epic interview…ever. I love these podcasts Melissa! I had to stop it for a little bit to digest these amazing words. Thank you 🙂

  5. Summer says:

    Thank you x
    I was in tears at the end of this, i cannot express how timely this was my me. I am currently in a relationship where i think my man is not willing to come with me. By that i mean I’m opening my eyes to the world, and his is still shut. Its devastating, as i love this man and I’m not sure if i need to stay and possibly he will wake in time, or i need to leave to enable us to grow individually.

    One of my main VALUES is ‘self-development/learning/researching, i try to show, guide, teach him, but im now realising his VALUES are quite different and in turn im making him feel like im pushing these ideas on to him.

    Very confused. Love your insight.

    As for your music dear man, there are no words to describe the energy it radiates out into world. I too struggled with releasing my creative side (still a work in progress). I was a dancer, then developed and eating disorder and spend all my 20s trying to get well and FIND “me”. Im now 35, and i can say eating disorder behind me and a wealth of gratitude for the lessons. I now find myself craving that feeling of being alone in a studio putting some music on and just… expressing life though motion. But ill be honest, im scared to go down that path again as i have memories which i wish to forget.

    Anyway, thank you for reading and thank you to both of you precious ones for being the light. In showing the way, and in being true to self.


    • Yes, pushing is a tough place to be in for sure. Think of it as ‘allowing’ him to come with you. And thank you for your words about my music. Sounds like you have had quite the journey, but at the end of the day, your truth is your truth, and within that lies everything you could ever want. Have you read The War of Art? That plus Mastering Your Mean Girl and you are good to go! Thank you for being here.

  6. Amy Southorn says:

    I am in love with this song! I really enjoyed the podcast. Thank you Melissa and Nick! I would love to hear more about your healing journey Nick. I loved the sharing on the pillow talk video. I have been healing from CFS, Lyme and mould and was bed ridden for many years too. I am finally on the right path and seeing the light at the end of the tunnel after 8 years of hard work! Love and blessings, Amy

  7. Angela says:

    Wow. Loved that episode Nick and Mel; raw, honest and such courage allowing yourself to be so vulnerable with listeners. The music video compliments the podcast perfectly. Thank you and looking forward to finding ‘the one’ when we are both ready. Much love and gratitude.

  8. Ella says:

    Nick, the analogy that you described about the elastic band of a relationship pulling and stretching as one grows and eventually snapping, really resonated with me and brought tears to my eyes. Such incredible advice given about the masculine and feminine energy, that I couldn’t quite grasp until I listened to this. “The One” is so amazing also. Thank you Melissa, for being such a huge inspiration of mine, your book has a powerful impact in my life and i truly cannot wait to read your next creation. Very grateful and thank you 🙂

  9. Shalee says:

    The music video is so beautiful – congrats to you both

  10. Taera says:

    WOWW!! Just finished the podcast and it certainly pulled at every heart string I had. Definitely my favorite podcast yet! Your love is beyond inspiring and you both are incredible humans. I was able to meet the both of you in LA (small hotel room gathering a few years back) and was blown away by your electricity. You truly embody everything you talk about and are inspiring to us all that we can have that as well!

    The song has been a spotify repeat, love love love it! xx

  11. Leana says:

    WOW!!! You two are so inspirational! <3

  12. Jehanne-Marie Milne says:

    You are both such divine souls. Thank you Melissa for the beautiful energy you put out into this world, the space you create in your day to serve yourself so that you may serve others. Sending the world of love to you both, thank you for such an honest and incredible interview. Totally inspired me to get back on track xxxx
    Congrats to you Nick on releasing another beautiful song.

  13. Camille says:

    Breathtaking podcast and video. Melissa, I’ve read your book MYMG three times in the last two weeks, I started following both of you, and you’ve changed my perception on life. My mean girl didn’t want to me to believe that The One existed and deep down I’ve always knew he does, your words give me faith again. Thanks to you I know what to do know. Your advices are precious gold! You both have a similar sensibility and it’s even more beautiful on Nick, as he’s using his heart to write and express himself. You made yourselves a true gift and it’s beautiful to see it. You inspire everyone on this platform and you make us dream, especially on this iconic moment for both of you. Thank you, Nick keep going with your heart, it’s powerful and glowing! It resonated even for my sister who didn’t know a thing about you and asked me to turn the music up… We’re in Italy, see, your love is spread all around. Keep going! You guys are now on my fav links. Love from Florence <3

    • 3 times in two weeks! That’s got to be a record 🙂 Thank you so much for being here and for your kind words, and I love how music has no borders. It seems Europe is my most popular region which is super cool! Love it.

  14. Taylor says:

    What a beautiful interview! I teared up while Nick was describing how “the one” makes you feel seen for who you truly are for the first time. It’s precisely how I feel about my amazing husband and am grateful to have the words to more accurately express my love.

    I shared The One with my husband and we both loved it – not only for the beautiful lyrics and melody but for the peaceful energy that seemed to come through the speakers and fill our home. The love that was so clearly put into this music was definitely felt by us as listeners!

  15. Stephanie Johnson says:

    I really loved this podcast. It was such comfort on my Friday night. Thank you to both of you for living your truth, doing the work and inturn inspiring me to continue to do so to. Your love is inspiring and infectious and reconfirms and cements my faith in conscious relationships and unconditional love. Thank you to both of you for being you xxx

  16. Michelle says:

    This is by far my favourite podcast! Melissa and Nick thank you so much for sharing something so intimate and showing us how love should be! This is so beautiful! Thank you x

  17. Helen says:

    Absolutely adore your work Melissa & Nick! I ask this question with total respect and genuinely open to advice. What about keeping the flow of sex life with toddlers around? I know you have Leo in your care, but he’s at an age which allows a bit more independence (at times… I’m definitely not saying it’s ‘easy’ for you with your crazy schedules and his school schedule!). But I hear Wellness experts talk about a big morning routine yet I’m up with a toddler avalanche from 5:30am with no child free breaks till 6-7pm. I struggle to even do a 15 min meditation. They are physically dependent on me for everything so I sometimes struggle to find physical energy for my partner. No less love for him, just less love-making/flow after being needed by kids all day. I would love to find some resources, speakers, spiritual leaders who keep maintaining their practice with toddlers in tow full time. I know it must be possible and I’m working on it, but I’ve gotta say my zen state gets seriously affected by the 56th tantrum in one day 😉 With littles at home full time, working from home when they sleep, attempting some self care like meditation, healthy cooking and exercise (which essentially cuts in to sleep and partner time) how do you suggest prioritising love making and connecting with each other? Should this come before ‘self’ care? Or self care always first? We are a no tv house so it’s not due to time being allocated elsewhere, I’m just literally exhausted between work and kids and 6-7 hours of broken sleep at best. Or should we set the alarm our alarms for 4am live fest? 😉 Would love your thoughts or even podcast guests who are also at this stage of life. Much love and gratitude to you both for the work you are doing and big congrats on the beautiful new song x

    • I hear ya and get it sista!

      Like you mentioned we are all full (I don’t use the word busy) and it’s about making it a priority – like you said.

      If we have to get up at 6am we put our alarm on for 15 minutes earlier so we can connect and we make sure we get into bed early every night so that we have the time.

      Love making to start your day is THE BEST! Try it for one week and see how you feel. I know sometimes we are exhausted but that’s when the other person can jump in first. There are times where I have all the energy and I will get the party started and then there are times when I am exhausted and Nick get’s it started. It’s our role as partners to tune into each other and see when the other needs a little extra support or motivation.

      Read some of Kim Anami’s blog post’s (with an open mind) as she has some great points and tips.

      Does that help honey?

  18. Sharon says:

    Oh WOW – I loved this podcast! Nick’s sharing was beautifully articulated and authentic – his openness, honesty, vulnerability, passion and love for life and Melissa was music to my heart. Nick talking about getting to a place of non lack and what you are truly deserving of, was very reassuring for me.I have been on a journey of self love, immersing myself into the world of tantra but only cherry picking the gifts that serve me in this community. In this journey, it became evident what my purpose in life is and in that realisation, I made the decision to wait for ‘the one’ and not waste my time with relationships that were only filling up the ‘pleasure’ cup, not having the true substance I am seeking in a relationship. Interested to know how you can keep to this strong feeling and value of wanting to hold out for ‘the one’ but also, ensuring you keep yourself open to possibilities, not putting expectations on yourself or someone but live in a flow so you don’t miss out on something that could be a real gift to you BUT not necessarily the one….something I am battling with. You both have inspired me and given me so much faith in love. Much gratitude!!

  19. Madison Hedlund says:

    My husband is reading “The Way of the Superior Man” right now and it has already changed out relationship! I can’t wait for him to listen in to this episode.

    We found one another *before* doing the work, so it’s been an interesting journey growing and healing together. I feel really blessed to have my one who choose to walk that journey with me. 🙂

    You two are a power couple!


  20. Aleynne Riley says:

    Such a beautiful music video, you are a true and authentic artist which shines through in your musical creations. Thank you both for an inspiring podcast, so many amazing insights and wisdoms to be heard! Thank you for sharing such an honest conversation, I learnt a lot as always. xx

  21. Bree says:

    Thankyou Nick and Melissa for sharing, this could not have been a better time for me to listen to this. I’m struggling with my partner at the moment and feel myself constantly nagging to try and get him to open up to his full potential and grow with me, but it’s having the opposite effect. My focus needs to be on leading by example and working on myself, the answers will come to me if I listen to the universe. Currently, I’m not sure if this is the right relationship for both of us but instead of resisting I plan on surrendering and accepting guidance from meditation and practices to work on myself. Thankyou, thankyou, thankyou ps your music is amazing, so moving!!

  22. Nikki says:

    This has been my favourite podcast ever!! I could totally resonate with what Nick was saying about knowing when you have found the one. I don’t ever find myself questioning is he the one because I don’t need to. You just know.
    I have definitely been falling in the trap of having expectations. I thought this was okay, but now I realise how unhealthy is this for the relationship! As well as realising they always leave me feeling disappointed!!
    Gosh there was so many other nuggets of gold I learned from this podcast about relationships, such as putting in the work and masculinity and femininity energies. I also loved hearing your stories about your relationship 🙂
    Thank you Nick and Melissa! I hope to hear another podcast from you guys in the future!!

  23. Jessica says:

    This was such a lovely interview to listen to. It gave me a couple of things firstly my boyfriend was reading the superior man when we met a couple of years ago. I did chuckle aloud on my train journey when I heard you both talking about this.
    I completed the IIN health coach last year whilst we were traveling around south east Asia. Since we returned to London, I had a bit of a bad experience with a couple of jobs falling through at the last minute even with signed contracts. I took a job a few months ago that I knew at the time isn’t right for me and it’s been manifesting itself in different ailments such as a psoriasis flare up and anxiety in my chest. Nick talking about his health and pushing in a career that was natural for him really brought this home to me in my world.

    I’m in the process of going through my options of what to do and how to still make money whilst I am building my own business essentially. It’s super scary and I’ve found that I don’t have time to really pull back to focus on my next move or where I want to get to. I had signed up to do B School and this will hopefully help my process. It’s funny that I have seen B School around for the past few years and never taken any action on it… Until this year!

    Thank you for sharing so much on your podcasts and on your site. it’s really inspirational and beautiful to discover.

    • Pleasure angel.

      It’s beautiful how the universe always gives you exactly what you need at the right time. B-School is great. I loved it! Have you checked out my Business Bootcamp also? I teach you how to create a heart centred business and think you will get loads out of that too.

      Let me know what you think.


  24. Adrienne says:

    I Iistened to this podcast last night. During I immediately downloaded Dear Lover and began reading afterwards. A few pages in and I was searching the web to see David Deida wondering if he was married. It was like he was in my mind and my heart.
    As always, I enjoyed listening to you two and loved hearing the things I need to do to bring “the one” into my life. Until then I know that I am “The One.”

  25. Issi poblete says:

    Wow, how beautiful Nick talk about you!, wish I have a guy that talk about me like that haha. Love the final answer like do what you love, and the morning routine, I am just starting to get use to my morning routine since I find your website (one month ago) and thanks for share what works for you. I am very curious about coffee enemas, will be great if on one podcast you two talk about each morning routines and why do you choose them, also how to keep a healthy and active lifestyle, what do you eat or what foods have you been eating that makes you feel better. And finally haha about relationship with friends and family,

    Thanks again guys! you two are awesome!! and the video and song are beautiful, it looks that you do what you love 🙂

  26. Sophie Dalet says:

    Loved listening! I have a personal story about Nick actually and a memory from when I was younger of something he said to me which has always stayed with me, so its kinda fitting to hear his podcast on the oner. Nick was a friend of my older sister and her boyfriend at the time, and we were all out one night at a club and I was having problems with my boyfriend at the time, (my first love who I probably thought was the one at the time) he said to me ‘Sophie, never settle for second best, you deserve nothing but the best’ and it is something that always rang in my mind in relation to relationships from that moment on!! I did go on to meet my “one” and feel truly lucky and blessed. So thank you for inspiring me all those 15 or so years ago to find my best self and the person who gave me his best self. Thanks Melissa for the inspiring podcasts!!

  27. Sophie Daley says:

    Might help if I spelt my last name correct in my other comment! oops

  28. Alex says:

    Hi Melissa & Nick, absolutely loved this episode, favourite so far! Nick any chance you could delve more into your morning routine? I find it really fascinating all the things you do and would love to learn more. I have a small request which I don’t know if possible, is there any chance you could interview someone who DOESNT work for themselves? Someone who, like me, has a 9-5 job, sits in an office all day, gets a half hour lunch break and have to take a pre packed lunch or buy it. I struggle to find really anyone living a particularly healthy lifestyle with conditions similar to this? Thanks so much for all the inspiration and absolutely adore the podcasts, they really do get me through my day! Lots of love x

    • Hey Alex,

      Great idea about interviewing someone like that. I will put my feelers out.

      Regarding Nick’s morning routine you can hear all about it in this video, he shares everything he does there.



      • Beatrice Crocker says:

        Hi Mel and Alex,

        I think I fit your profile Alex. I work in a high-tech senior role which is very high pressure and grey partition walls everywhere. I live as healthily as I can through morning rituals (meditation, gratitude), nourishing food to start the day and use a meal service to ensure I always have beautiful healthy food for my lunch and dinner. I’ve also begun making sure I have a list of positive podcasts (Melissa’s of course, Marie Forleo TV, The Good Life Project), to whip on and listen to when work is becoming really negative. I incorporate a lot of yoga into my week and also end the day with meditation. Its taken about 4-5 months to get this routine really working and I’m still working on it. Good luck in your journey, if you add a little extra each day and change/delete what isn’t working for you, one by one your rituals will change and build up into something beautiful for you 🙂 B.

    • Bridget says:

      I would love to hear a podcast on this too!! As much as everyone lives a full life, I think it’s a different kind of full when you are working to someone else’s schedule and especially if it’s just a “job” that you don’t particularly enjoy.

  29. Susan Deal says:

    Loved this podcast (as I have with all of them to date). I’ve actively started working on my feminine side and the results with my husband were immediate! I wanted to thank Nick for his music too, The One and Little Lover are amazing. They are beautiful, dreamy and they fill my soul – thank you!!

  30. Beatrice Crocker says:

    WOW! I loved this podcast and have immediately sent it to my boyfriend to listen to. Finding love is a really beautifully weird journey and its amazing how you can go down some wrong tracks before finding someone super amazing. Thanks for sharing your wonderful connection. So inspiring!

  31. Katey says:

    This has been life changing- thank you for sharing. ❤️

  32. Laura Bamber says:

    Guys, that was another level of a podcast. I was feeling in a bit of a business rut today and for some reason this was the podcast that called out to me so I’ve just listened whilst taking a long walk around my local national trust park. So grateful that I did!
    So many things spoke to me but specifically the part about self love. I generally put so much pressure on myself, my outputs and performance that the important self love elements fall by the wayside a little. I’m doing lots of work on myself but I’d love to hear more about nick’s journey on working on himself before calling in “the one”. Did you pull in the help of others to guide you? I practise meditation but I still feel as though there is more and I just can’t quite tap into it.
    Thanks again for a beautiful podcast xx

    • Hey Laura,

      So glad you love it!

      Do you mean other people like coaches and mentors? If so, yes we did and I/we have had loads of teachers along our journey to support us and continue to do so. I think getting support is imperative on this journey as you don’t have to do this thing we call life alone. Reach out and get support from someone you love and trust.


  33. Justine says:

    I LOVE YOU TWO!!!! Thanks for the inspiration and being such an example of love. <3

  34. Sam says:

    Hi Melissa & Nick,
    Thank you for another inspiring podcast. This one in particular resonated with me as so much of what you said seems like my hubby & I have been doing intuitively! Although there’s still plenty to work on
    I wondered if you had any tips on how to phrase my questions to hubby about his truth. He finished year 12 then went into an apprenticeship for his dads business, which was what he’d talked about doing for years throughout school. However over the last few years he’s become quite disheartened & not enjoying his work at all. When I talk to him about what he loves to do, what his ideal job would be, he just says he likes to make money & track it’s growth. His focus is on always living comfortably & being secure for retirement.
    He’s an amazing provider for me & our now one year old bub, but I don’t want him to be miserable going to work each day!! Any ideas I have he responds with reasons not to do them. He’s very much a thinker & planner & goes inwards with his thoughts often, so I worry that he stews on things too much.
    Sorry for the long message!
    Thanks again Melissa for the wisdom you are bringing through your podcasts. I have just received your book in the mail (along with a few others recommended in your first couple of podcasts) so I am working my way through that amazing learning too! P.S. Nick your song is beautiful, after that I listened to little lover & love that one even more!!

    • Hey Sam,

      Thanks for your question and beautiful words.

      Do you think he would be open to listening to this episode? If so, maybe you could sit and listen together? That’s the first place to start.

      Secondly, as you will know from my book the only way you can inspire someone else is by being the example. You can’t fix, change or improve him (or anyone). You have to accept him as he is and inspire him by you leading my example. Let go of your attachments to him changing and remember he might be really happy and living his truth and it could be your judgment that it’s not up to your standard? What do you think? Would love to hear your thoughts beautiful.

      • Sam says:

        Hi Melissa,
        Thank you so much for your reply!
        I just read the chapter yesterday about being the example!! So I think I really need to start delving inwards to work out what I really want to do (I think I know but now I’m not as sure!)
        I only ask about hubby because he often gets in a glum mood & when we talk it’s him that brings up feelings of wanting to do something else, but not knowing what the something else is. So that’s what makes me think he’s not living his truth at work. He seems happiest spending time with me & our little boy, & often says how happy he is when he looks at our boy (eyes filled with pride) or at me (eyes filled with love)
        I will see if he wants to listen with me, it truly is a beautiful episode & I would love to share it with him. I have shared bits & pieces of previous episodes, but he doesn’t seem too “in the moment” when I do (I think he just listens because I’ve asked, not so much because he’s interested…)
        Again thank you for your words & the work you do in sending this learning & love into the world
        Looks like I’ve got some work to do on myself!!

  35. Stephanie says:

    Hi Melissa and Nick! I just want to thank you from the depths of my soul for this beautiful, vulnerable, and thought-altering podcast. It resonated so deeply with me during a time of major transition in my relationship with my boyfriend, Theo. We have been struggling in a bi-coastal relationship, and I was hesitant to listen to this episode, afraid of how it might affect my thought processes given our recent difficulties. But, I’m so happy I did! What an articulate, deep, and enlightened way of looking at and discussing self-development and relationships! I’m totally mind-blown! And, after hearing Nick’s journey (uncannily similar to Theo’s!), I decided to share the podcast with him. He listened to it and it resonated SO deeply with him as well – he sent me paragraphs of text messages discussing the various topics, how he agrees, and how this has helped him wrap his head around so many of his experiences. Knowing the struggles and depression he has been through, to read his words of hope and confidence in his ability to grow and change after listening brings tears to my eyes. Theo said he thinks everyone on the planet should be required to listen to it and he plans to listen to it once per month to continualy remind him of the impact it’s had on him. Thank you so much, both of you, for being champions of love! xo

  36. Angela McLarty says:

    This podcast was amazing. Thank you nick and Melissa for being you and sharing your beautiful love story

  37. Jen says:

    A beautiful episode of your podcast. I could feel the love and respect you have for each other just by listening.

    Melissa – I stumbled upon your podcast recently and have been listening to earlier episodes. Love the message that you send out.
    Nick – I loved The One and Bones. Will have to deep dive further into your music. It was great hearing your story.


  38. Nadia Lloyd says:

    I have never actually listened to a podcast before on your site or anyone’s. I absolutely loved listening. It was great to hear Nick’s honesty and authenticity. I took so much from this and am hoping to get my hubby to have a listen too as think he would really enjoy it. Thankyou.

  39. Chelsea Tara says:

    Love this episode! Message for Nick – I listened to your songs a couple of times a while ago, but since have been doing a lot of the internal work you speak about, cleaning the mud off. I’ve started listening to your music again and it hits me like it didn’t before – so so pure and soulful. It’s just effing honest in the most simple but profound way. Thank you. I feel like I needed to do a bit of clearing to fully appreciate it. Going to be playing this for my friends 🙂

  40. Jenelle says:

    “The One” is a beautiful song that inspires me to believe that what I want in a relationship is possible. Watching the film clip is so obvious that you two have such a beautiful relationship. It’s what I believe in and what I want with all my heart. Congratulations and thank you both for sharing.

  41. Elisabeth says:

    Hi! What does Nick put in his bulletproof coffee in the morning? I normally just add grassfed butter and brain octane oil but I missed the extra supplements he added. Thanks!

  42. maddie patullo says:

    I love love love this podcast. Hearing the two of you talk and the way you both talk really hit home to me. I also love nick’s music and have all the songs on basically every Spotify playlist. I got so much out of this and cant wait to hear nick come back on the podcast. Melissa you just do an fanatic job with this podcast. I am so inspired by you. sending loads of love. xoxo.

  43. Emily says:

    OMG!!!! I listened to this today in the car whilst driving out to the farm to see my boyfriend.

    You two are inspirational. It was so loving to hear the way to communicated and shared and loved. I could hear the pride in your voices – it was a beautiful experience. Thank you for creating this.

    Also I am buying those books, you answered my prayers I have been looking for a good resources on masculine and fem. energies! so thank you again,

    And finally Nick, your music is life changing.

  44. Claire says:

    Loved this episode and am enjoying your podcast, you have had some amazing guests
    Just wondering what extra things Nick puts in his bulletproof coffee

    thanks Claire

    • Hi Claire, his recipe at the moment is the basic recipe of brewed coffee, 2 Tbs butter, 1 Tbs Brain Octaine, cinnamon, ashwaganda, pau d’arco, medicinal mushroom blend, mucuna puriens, he shou wu and Bone Broth Protein powder. x

  45. Stephanie Montgomery says:

    I just added The One to my wedding playlist for my June wedding. It’s beautiful! Thank you for sharing it.

  46. Emilia Carosella says:

    Melissa and Nick, Thank you for recording this conversation for many of us to listen to. It was such a beautiful conversation, your love for each other shines through it, in such a beautiful and strong way. So many nuggets of wisdom from Nick throughout this episode. Your story is such a beautiful one, thank you beautiful souls.

  47. Jessie says:

    Hi Melissa and Nick,
    Thank you, thank you, thank you. You are truly inspirational! I have just listening to this podcast and have connected with so much of what Nick spoke about. You have the most devine love story and can hear the adoration you have for each other in every word. Just beautiful x

  48. Jacinta Worland says:

    Hi Nick & Melissa,

    This is the first podcast I’ve listened to of yours (Melissa) it opened my eyes, heart and soul to so so much more.. I need to practice love and gratitude a whole lot more is my key take away which I’m sure is not something that will happen over night, in a week or a month but a journey I need to embark on to really embrace and live the life I want to live.

    I love love love this song “the one” makes my heart sing… well done

    Your love and admiration for each other is inspirational x o

  49. Christine says:

    I listened to this one a while ago but never got a chance to let you know I was truly inspired by how open and honest and loving you both are; thank you for being so brave and sharing!!

  50. Ella Marsic says:

    Hi Melissa and Nick,
    I listened to your episode on the way to work today and what a beautiful, soulful dialogue between two people who love and respect each other. You’re both inspirational… talk about relationship goals! I’ve been married for 11 years and feel that I’ve hit a wall – my husband and I are just going through the mundane busyness of work and kids. After listening to your podcast, it seriously hit me hard that it takes a lot of work on myself and on my relationship! Thank you so much for sharing your love and wisdom. Also, a big gratitude to you Melissa for this podcast and your book. You’ve had amazing guests and I’m so grateful for allowing us to have access them xox

  51. Tamara Lesk says:

    Oh My Gosh!!

    This podcast really resonated with me, it was very eye opening and inspirational.
    I have only just started on my own journey of self development and learning.

    I totally relate on how you both met and how your worlds came together – it is great to have a such inspirational and motivating people in the world.

    My partner and I have always been around each other in the world (same friendship circles, common interests, same location that we grew up in, but we never met).
    However, It wasn’t until i was ready to allow someone truly in and accept me for who i was till he appeared.

    I am loving all of your energy, keep it coming!!!

    xx Tamara

  52. Laura J says:

    Like all of the above comments, I think this episode was immensely special and so lovely to hear the emotional intimacy between you and Nick come to life. You have a rare gift of being able to tease out the innermost thoughts of your guests!

    I just wanted to share something I noticed towards the end of the podcast (from a place of love!) – it was most likely due to talking for over an hour, but Nick began to grind on his soft palate when speaking and you copied him a little bit. As a singer and radio host myself I am constantly aware of this, and sometimes we all need a reminder for our own vocal health!

    Thanks again for this lovely podcast with so many words of wisdom.

  53. Jillian Fink says:


  54. Kate Squires says:

    I have just gone through a break up and am going through a period of self development – this beautiful podcast just opened my mind up to soooooo much that I wasn’t allowing myself to realise and given me some clarity on how to move forward fromblockages. Thank you so much for sharing your story, so inspiring. It’s what I’m most grateful for today.

  55. Deborah says:

    Such an honest and open “conversation”. It says a lot about being ready and the importance of doing the work on yourself before you find “the one”. I am a senior lady and after so many relationships that did not work, for their own reasons, I am now, late as it is, working on myself and preparing myself in hopes of finding “my one”, someone as Nick says “wants me to shine” as much as I want that for them too. Thank you for sharing and reminding me to keep in the present and preparing myself for love again x

  56. Julie says:

    I absolutely loved this episode with Nick! Listening to his story was so honest and inspiring! Thank you for this!

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