Mandy Halgreen

  1. Please introduce yourself, what is your name, business name, where you are from?

Hi I’m Mandy Halgreen. I’m a Book Writing Mentor. I live in Africa, Zimbabwe actually.

  1. What is your business about?

My business focuses on helping women share their story in a book and using it to create impact and income in their business and life. I help women open up, connect and empower other women as they share their story. I support them and guide them as they follow a signature process to write their book.

  1. What made you get into this line of business?

I left my teaching job which I hated – my boss had destroyed me mentally and emotionally. I had been through several rapes and abuse which added to my insecurity and anxiety. I was broken and battered. I had severe anxiety and PTSS. I stopped leaving home and wanted to express my pain and self-harm wasn’t the way. I poured my heart into writing and expressing myself. So, what I did helped me learn, grow and take back my power. I realised I could help others do the same!

  1. What makes you get up and go in the morning, do you have a morning power routine?

I do. I sit in silence, visualise my future, read, and journal and say affirmations. Then I get my coffee!

  1. What is the best advice you have ever been given?

Be yourself – no one can do it better!

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  1. What is a book you would say everyone must read?

Worthy by Nancy Levin. It opened my eyes to my own self-worth.

  1. Does your business have any offers on at present or coming up?

Yes, I have spots open for 30-minute coaching calls to help you move forward with your story and book. I also have 3 spots open for 1:1 coaching. This is where you and I work together for 6 months to get your book out into the world!

  1. What one thing do you do to change your mindset instantly?

Visualise the future and feel it!

  1. What do you love most about helping others?

Seeing their journey from where they were to where they are when their book comes out.

  1. Your favourite quote?

Experience is a brutal teacher, but you learn. My God, do you learn. C.S. Lewis

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Thank you Mandy for sharing your story with us, I really appreciate it and know others will too. If you would like to hear more from Mandy please go to Facebook GroupFacebook PageInstagram and Pinterest

Have a wonderful day x 

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