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Lancashire-based Entrepreneurial Queen Bee Becomes Best Selling Author

Dani Wallace is celebrating having become a global bestselling author in the international book charts after the release of her book - 'I am The Queen Bee, How I overcame self-sabotage to FLYANYWAY and how you can too'

Lancashire-based Entrepreneurial Queen Bee Becomes Best Selling Author

"If you have ever gotten in your own way when it comes to getting things you want in life - then you need to read this book! "
Abigail Horne, Founder of AuthorsCo

Entrepreneurial mum of 3, Dani Wallace, 36 from Preston, who has overcome homelessness, domestic violence and years of self-sabotage is celebrating, having become a global bestselling author in the international book charts, after the release of her new book ‘I am The Queen Bee, How I overcame self-sabotage to #FLYANYWAY and how you can too’ became a bestseller within hours of its release flying to number one on the Amazon book charts in eighteen categories and number one spots including; 1 in Business & Finance Reference, 1 in International Business & Finance and 1 in Personalities… overtaking authors of the 5am Club and Miracle Mornings, the creator of Nike and John Cleese to name a few..!

Dani is a singer who’d travelled the world with her gift at 17, she went on to become a motivational speaker and speaker coach and also the fearless leader of the I Am The Queen Bee Movement https://www.iamthequeenbee.co.uk/ helping women across the world Show Up, Wise Up and Rise Up so that they can step up into their birth right of success. Within her inspirational book, Dani shares how she has broken generational cycles of self-sabotage and living on the breadline to becoming the creator of her own destiny and leader of a movement that has seen thousands of people all over the world stepping up into their own versions of success.  

Having launched her ‘I am The Queen Bee Movement’ just over a year ago she is now a six-figure business owner, whose business has grown in Covid, thanks to being able to work online. Dani now runs sell out live events, a global online community, has a YouTube Channel and mentors women delivering her message that we can #FlyAnyway via the I Am The Queen Bee Movement, working with women from all backgrounds from small business startups to celebrities such as; Atomic Kitten Natasha Hamilton. Dani, a former senior leadership trainer in the corporate space for over a decade, is on a mission to spread the message that whatever your background, whatever troubles you have faced, whatever level you are at, bees don’t care what humans think is impossible, they FLY ANYWAY. Hit between the eyes one day with her purpose, after watching the 'Bee Movie' with her kids, Dani heard this message: “According to all known laws of aviation, there is no way a bee should be able to fly. It's wings are too small to get its fat little body off the ground. The bee, of course, flies anyway, because bees don't care what humans think is impossible” - and ever since she has been on a mission to help others who shouldn’t be able to fly, to fly anyway.

Self-sabotage is the main theme of the book, this is when we actively or passively take steps to prevent ourselves from reaching our goals. This behaviour can affect nearly every aspect of life be it a relationship, a career goal, or a personal goal.  

Dani said; “This book has been burning inside me for a few years now. It has been on my mind for the longest time that if I can help just one person to choose to fly anyway, regardless of where they come from or what they have previously thought they were capable of, I'll be happy. I wanted to create something for all of you out there who have felt this. You may be feeling scared about taking the plunge and making a significant life change. You may want to start your own business. You may wish to leave a job you have felt stuck in for a long time. You may wish to take back control of your shit after giving away your power to someone or something, and it's time for you to rise up.

“One of the main themes we will cover in this book is how I came to grips with the things that were previously holding me back, how I made them mine and then how I went on to turn the knowledge I gained during the battle into a superpower. Into a survival guide for those that come across me. I'm a speaker and speaker coach by trade these days and I have written this book like a series of talks. Short topics, stories and learnings that, when you squish 'em all together, form a veritable arsenal of awesome. And this is where I want to begin our journey. If we are all to start stepping into being our own version of Queenliness, or Kingliness, or Royalness (all are welcome, encouraged and loved here), then we have to get comfortable with the fact that, just like everything else in business and life, it is within us to create our own rules.”

With the immediate overnight success the book has already had, it’s clear to see that the book is needed and it has already been well received by many across the globe. To purchase a copy of the book please visit Amazon https://amzn.to/34CIdHK

The book has been published by the award winning team at Authors &Co, who work to showcase and celebrate empowering stories of women.  Founder of Authors&Co Abigail Horne said: “This is an absolute gem of a book!  If you have ever gotten in your own way when it comes to getting the things you want in life, then you need to stop what you are doing and read this book! Using her inimitable combination of straight-talking, humour and genuine love for her readers, I Am The Queen Bee is an uplifting and informative book that is guaranteed to have you fired up and equipped with all the tools you need so that you, too, can FLY ANYWAY! Dani we are all so proud to know you at Authors & Co!”

Following the launch of her book, Dani is all set to launch a charity - The Fly Anyway Foundation which she is creating to support women who have been trapped in domestic abuse situations - but who are ready to turn their lives around. 


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