Lifestyle Network show host Marc Anthony Nicolas featured ‘Hustle Believe Receive’ book

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  • Nicolas’ inspirational life journey motivates readers and audiences to overcome and dream big

    Redwood City, Calif. – Host of The On Your Marc Show, Marc Anthony Nicolas, is no stranger to Hollywood. In fact, his life story resonates with messages that inspired some of its greatest screenplays and scripts – struggle, heartbreak, providential opportunities, and a Hollywood dream come true. Inspirationally destined, Nicolas’ story made it to the pages of author Sarah Centrella’s latest book, ‘Hustle Believe Receive,’ which was launched in January 2016. The book features fifty-one inspiring stories of NFL athletes, best-selling authors, world boxing champions, CEOs, and producers, among others. It contains true tales of how real people are living the impossible.

    In the book, Nicolas talks about the highs and lows in his life – being bullied as a teen, the struggles of working in the restaurant industry, winter nights spent in his car, toxic friends he eliminated, hitting rock bottom when his mother died, and eventually reaching his dream as a television producer for CBS and a talk show host for The On Your Marc Show on the Lifestyle Network.

    “I was a small-town boy born in the Philippines with big dreams,” shared Marc Anthony Nicolas. “Don’t ever give up. Be grateful for what you have. Be authentic and live the life you deserve.”

    Lifestyle Network channel head Aileen Paredes said, “We are so proud of Marc Anthony Nicolas, as well as the many other personalities on our channel whose everyday work and art forms inspire our viewers around the globe to live their passions, go after their biggest dreams, and seek out the sweet things in life, no matter how simple.”

    Lifestyle Network programming opens the doors to a whole new world of possibility. Check local listings for channel availability.

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