×


Home About Contribute Media Kit Contact Sign In
×







.


Charity Industry News

When Queen Bees Meet To Inspire and Empower


Gogglebox Star Sandra Martin, aka Queen Bee Unites with Domestic Abuse Survivor & I Am The Queen Bee Movement Founder to Celebrate Life Post Lockdown

When Queen Bees Meet To Inspire and Empower


"We all know that working on yourself is the key to unlocking success in all areas of your life, yet when do we take time to actually bring all the elements of ourself together? "
Dani Wallace



This month sees the coming together of a whole host of powerhouse entrepreneurs as passion, energy and positivity are the order of the day in a post lockdown event being described as ‘a delicious 2-day all-you-can-eat buffet to nourish your life and business’, held in Manchester September 30th and October 1st.

 

Dani Wallace, Preston born Mum, Entrepreneur, best-selling author and celebrity speaker coach at I Am The Queen Bee Movement is on a mission to bring empowerment, spiritual inspiration and business motivation to those craving an injection of positivity to drive them through to the end to the year and has called upon her incredible network to support her.

 

Her event, BEE Inspired, features 20 of her clients who have stepped up to face their public speaking fears and take to the stage to share their stories, knowledge and experience in a bid to inspire others. These talks cover everything from spirituality, confidence building, ageing, and overcoming narcissisms offering a wealth of advice and knowledge from their own lived experience of how they have shown up, wised up and risen up – together.

 

They also have some special guests supporting them too at the event which will also be fundraising for the Fly Anyway Foundation – a charity to help survivors of domestic violence set up in businesses to help rebuild their lives and independence.

 

Bringing a whole load of fun, and a double dose of reality joining Dani is  fellow Queen Bee, the hilarious Gogglebox star, Sandra Martin, who will be sharing her exclusive story of how she rose to celebrity status as well as the ups and downs that came before.

 

The 59-year-old has not had the typical rise to TV fame; she previously worked selling The Big Issue in the Capital after suffering with alcohol troubles and serving time in prison, losing her 1 bed flat in London. The TV personality will be discussing being in the media, overcoming adversity, staying true to yourself and loads more!

 

Another famous face is also taking to the stage as Apprentice contestant and Celebrity Big Brother housemate, Jessica Cunningham joins to share her knowledge as a businesswoman and mindset coach all around how to transform our belief systems, to help us transform our lives.

 

Adding some testosterone into the mix is the outspoken business mentor and best-selling author of ‘How To Be F*cking Awesome, Dan Meredith, entrepreneur, copywriter, business coach, and  ‘Manifestor Of Positive Thinking’ who is known for his kick ass approach to owning your place in the world.

 

Completing the line up is online influencer Queen Mojo, a multi-faceted British social media influencer whose colourful life covers presenting, personal development, mental health, plus-size modelling and advocacy, dancing (which has seen her perform live at Glastonbury with Grammy award-winning artist Lizzo) and comedy. With humour, confidence and wit, MoJo delivers empowering and relatable content to women of all ages and backgrounds.

 

Dani, a global speaker and also a singer is renowned in the entrepreneurial and coaching world for her high energy and awe-inspiring events. She is ready to kick start this post-lockdown period of growth as she brings together a true powerhouse of guests to deliver this event both in real life and online with 2 days of unique ‘edutainment’.

 

Dani said: “We all know that working on yourself is the key to unlocking success in all areas of your life, yet when do we take time to actually bring all the elements of ourself together? When do we actually reflect on our health and wealth at the same time, or our productivity and personal lives in synergy? This event is about learning and laughter, business and spiritual development as we take people from lockdown lethargy into post lockdown positivity.”

 

Dani will be joined by over 20 other inspirational speakers including award winning entrepreneur and business sales coach, Deep Bajwa, who’s discussing ‘How connected selling can change the world’ and Tedx Speaker and Confidence Expert, Lizi Jackson-Barrett, who will be discussing how to take back control and be proud of your unique true story. Other topics covered include wellness, the moratorium of motherhood, chronic illness, mental health time, healing, spiritual alignment, perks of imperfection, relationships, health and… and much more.

 

Day 2 will also involve an exclusive 'Media Matters' panel led by the award-winning PR Coach, Speaker and Founder of Chocolate PR, Jo Swann. Jo is passionate about helping ambitious entrepreneurs be seen and heard through the power of the media and the panel will tackle how entrepreneurs can make themselves more PR-able to get their messages heard more widely.

 

This two-day event will be hosted live from The Impossible in Manchester as well as being streamed live internationally for paying ticket holders who cannot attend in person. This content will then also be available as lifelong content for anyone who purchases a ticket post event.

 

As a single mum of three, Dani was not born straight into success. She grew up on a council estate in Preston and has suffered through a violent relationship as well as being homeless and in thousands of pounds of debt.

 

Dani understands and resonates with the resilience and determination it really takes to overcome your fears and chase after your dreams. Just recently, Dani moved into her dream family home, a dream made possible by the growth of her coaching business which has turned over 6 figures in just 18 months.

 

Ever since watching Bee Movie with her kids, Dani’s been on a mission to help others who shouldn’t be able to fly, fly anyway. She says, “That movie was like a wake-up call,” she laughs.

 

“Bees shouldn’t be able to fly. Their wings are too small to get their fat little bodies off the ground but bees fly anyway! They don’t care about our laws of physics - and neither should we! My sole purpose is to help everyone I can to #flyanyway, by giving them the tools they need to do so.”

 

Leader of the “I Am The Queen Bee Movement (#IATQB)” Dani is helping thousands across the world Show Up, Wise Up and Rise Up, with her free advice and motivational teachings and has delivered over 300 morning shows to her audience, streaming from her bedroom, spreading her motivational messages so that more people can step into their success and, like her, break up with negative generational patterns.

 

Tickets for Bee Inspired can be purchased via https://thequeenbeedani.kartra.com/page/beeinspiredsept21ticket and corporate sponsorship is also available as part of the fundraising effort. For more information on sponsorship packages please contact dani@iamthequeenbee.co.uk

 

.


Charity Business News - The Chief Executive of an Ashington charity is urging people to use their gardens to eat more healthier, save money and educate future generations in the benefits of eating greener. Sarah Robinson runs Full Circle Food which is based in the town s Hirst Park.


Full Circle Turns the Corner in Green Education

Charity Business News - Executive director of operations, Gaynor Chisnall, has been with national adult health and social care charity Making Space for 31 years, making her one of the longest serving team members.


Social care charity director shortlisted for lifetime achievement award

Charity Business News - Donating regularly to charities is not only great for the charity that you re supporting, but it s rewarding for yourself too. With millions of people donating to good causes each year, I wanted to talk about which kinds of organisations can make the biggest difference to your community.


Why you should support small charities and grassroots movements

Charity Business News - This week celebrity children s entertainer Action Amanda , Amanda Frolich, of Amanda s Action Club , a prominent children s health and wellbeing campaigner, whose impressive client list includes Brad and Angelina, The Beckhams, Peter Jones, Amanda Holden and many more is celebrating her ...


Mental Health Fundraising Song For Kids

Charity Business News - Staff at HURST donned hiking boots, backpacks and aprons to help raise 4,000 for a Greater Manchester hospice through a series of sponsored away day activities.


Away day sees HURST staff raise £4,000 for hospice

Charity Business News - The Natalie Kate Moss Trust, which funds ground-breaking research in to the treatment and prevention of brain haemorrhages and stroke, is on the lookout for a principal business partner to support its vision. Statistics from Brain Research UK, show that stroke occurs more than 100,000 times per year in the UK, once every five minutes.


North West brain haemorrhage charity seeks out principal business partner






Ten Times Ten

We transform your bright ideas into brilliant digital products.