As a best-selling author and expert on courage, Margie Warrell has an extraordinary ability to get to the heart of what holds people back from achieving deeper fulfillment and greater success. Warrell is the author of two bestselling books Find Your Courage (McGraw-Hill 2009) and Stop Playing Safe (Wiley 2013). She's also co-authored of two other books with Stephen Covey, Jack Canfield, Ken Blanchard and John Gray. Warrell's l2015book, Brave: 50 Everyday Acts of Courage to Thrive in Work, Love and Life (Wiley, 2015) guides readers to move past the fears, doubts and beliefs that keep them from making the changes and taking chances they need to enjoy the fulfillment and success they desire. Her Spring 2017 release Make Your Mark will focus on getting unstuck and charting your best course towards your biggest life.
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Margie has walked her talk when it comes to living bravely and building resilience. Her message of courage - and it's imperative to rethink risk and challenge self-limiting 'stories' - stems from the many challenges and personal adversities she's faced in her life. Since growing up on a dairy farm in rural Australia, she has traveled extensively, venturing off the beaten track in over 60 countries through the Middle East, South America, Africa and Asia and relocated around the world several times with her husband and four children.
Recognized internationally as a thought leader in human potential, Margie's personal and professional development programs as a top female motivational speaker engage, educate and empower. She has established a strong track record in providing practical strategies to help individuals and corporations adapt better to change, seize the opportunity it holds, and create better results in business, leadership and life.
Margie has established a strong track record in providing practical strategies to help individuals and corporations adapt better to change, seize the opportunity it holds, and create better results in business, leadership and life. A certified master coach, her sharp insights are sought by leading media internationally - including the Today Show, CNN and CNBC. Her down-to-earth advice and expertise has also seen her become a regular news commentator on Australia's Sunrise and ABC News Breakfast. She has also been a guest lecturer at America's leading academic institutions such as Georgetown University and SMU.
She worked for three years in Papua New Guinea and over a decade in the USA, moving back to Australia in 2012. She is also an Ambassador for 'Beyond Blue', strongly committed to reducing the stigma surrounding mental illness.