Here I speak with Charlotte Civil from The Enquirer about my book, how it works with the extensive experiences I’ve had with clients over many years and how this is not a self help book this is a results book.
“Mind over matter, this is what this book is about,” explains Mandie Holgate. “Having the right attitude regardless of any obstacles, you will always find a way to achieve and get the result you want.”
I am talking to Mandie from Mersea Island near Colchester, about the launch of ‘Fight the Fear, How to Beat you Negative Mindset and Win at Life.’
Mandie has most definitely won at life. The mother of two is a nationally successful businesswoman and founder of The Business Woman’s Network named as one of the top 15 resources for female entrepreneurs. In under eight years it has gone from a local network and support group for businesswomen in Colchester to a nationally recognised format with branches across Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk, London and Hertfordshire.
I also talk about my passion for writing and how the UK’s leading publishers Pearson’s asked me to write this book. Would you like to learn more? Just get in touch.
“So why name the book Fighting the Fear?
“We have a habit when we go into an unfamiliar environment worrying about what if it’s painful, what if it goes wrong. So I encourage people to think the opposite and conquer their fears, what if they love it, what if it’s the biggest moment of their life. The book helps people to achieve their own goals in their own natural style and discover who am I? what are my values?” she explains.
Mandie stresses however that it is not a self-help book. “It’s about actual action – real results, so you never have this fear in your life again!””
You can read the article here with why international TV Coach and author Pete Cohen endorses the book.
Buy you copy today at Amazon, WH Smiths and larger Waterstones.
Read the book? A review on Amazon is a great way to show other people what this book means to you and the impact its had.
It all started with a passion for helping people to achieve their biggest and wildest dreams. And it grew into a realisation that I could write(because let’s face it if you want to succeed in the 21st century then you have to get your head around digital marketing) and then the next thing I know I’m being asked to write a book for the UK’s leading non fiction publishers. It is quite honestly the biggest ambition of my life.
To have Stephen Fry say I was a great writer made me grin for a week, okay so it still makes me grin. But to get that phone call saying “Mandie would you write a book for Pearson’s?” was the biggest, maddest, wildest dream of my life.
And now the press are loving the story and here is the first of the articles. There will be many more, and so far every journalist has wanted to talk about the book and my journey in a different way. I could tell you about how I nearly died and wanted to sue the pharmaceutical company when I didn’t die and woke up the next day, I could tell you how I won an award sat on the sofa or was named one of the UK’s magazine’s Woman’s Own Inspirational Women of Year, I could tell you about The Business Womans Network, MP’s and international speakers loving my work or taking mangos to the home office, but hey let’s see what articles and pictures they print in the coming weeks.
Thank you must also go to Voom Media and Vanessa Moon (https://www.facebook.com/VoomMedia) I used to do all my own PR until this year, when I saw the awesomeness of this company and now work side by side with Voom Media and we haven’t falling a step out. Me and The Business Womans Network are in the press just as much as ever!
Well with a book getting 5 star reviews, the best views in London for our book launch, and endorsements with top names in business and the news my publishers have just announced I’ve just made Vanessa’s job that bit easier too!
To buy your copy visit Amazon or http://www.mandieholgate.co.uk/books