Andrea Ngui is making waves in the world as one of the foremost forward thinkers in the business industry. She is a life strategist, Mindset Results Coach, a Functional Nutrition and Lifestyle Practitioner, and a multi-best-selling author of titles like The Authorities—Andrea Ngui: The Powerful Wisdom from Leaders in the Field. Recently named a Game Changer by the National Association of Experts, Writers and Speakers, Andrea joined Sheen Magazine for an exclusive interview about her career and success as well as her work empowering and inspiring others to achieve greatness in their lives.

Who is Andrea Ngui?

Andrea Ngui is a life strategist and Functional Nutrition and Lifestyle Practitioner. She is a multi-best-selling author, TEDx Speaker, as seen in O, The Oprah Magazine, USA Today, ABC, NBC, CBS, and Fox affiliates. Andrea is an Executive Producer for the documentary Dreamer.  

Andrea earned a double degree in Entrepreneurship and Human Resources from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia and launched her career in corporate sales. Although she achieved substantial success in the corporate world, she discovered her passion for helping others achieve their personal and professional goals. She used her degrees and certification as a Functional Medical Practitioner to launch Herovi Coach, a company focused on helping clients create new habits and achieve life, nutrition, and fitness goals.

Andrea’s success doesn’t stop with HEROVI COACH. . She is a multi-best-selling author of titles like The Authorities and The Golden Rules of Success with Jay Abraham. Her work as an author was honored with the National Academy of Best-Selling Authors Quilly Award.

What inspired you to write your book, The Authorities?

I wrote The Authorities to show the array of various authorities in various fields. The book is a collaboration of knowledge and features leaders sharing their knowledge on business, relationships, and introspective on life.

By looking at and learning from different authorities, you can gain different perspectives to solve problems and find other creative avenues to help you scale your life and business. Showcasing legendary authorities such as Les Brown, Dr. John Grey, and Raymond Aaron is a way of showing appreciation to these individuals for taking the time to contribute to my book.

What surprised you the most about writing The Authorities?

When writing a collaborative book, you are blessed with expanding your network with outstanding like-minded people.

How can you help people achieve their goals by utilizing your expertise? 

There is power in writing. Write it out. Writing it down and writing it out allows you to organize your thoughts as it has a profound effect on your level of perspective and thinking. You can elevate your intellectual awareness by simply writing. 

What advice would you give to a new writer?

Write from your heart and not from your head. You are more than capable of writing your book. Honor your courage, bravery, and stamina to share your message with others. You’ll know when your book is completed.

When you have the inclination to be an aspiring writer, become one. Shift your thoughts that you are now a writer and start writing your story. Deepen your self-knowledge by expressing yourself through writing. You can change other people’s lives for the better by sharing your insights.

When did you consider yourself a writer?

I thought of writing numerous books for many years. It wasn’t until the beginning of last year that I thought, “The time is now to be a writer.” It was time to articulate the message in my head and write it down on paper.

What does success mean to you?

Success is feeling proud of yourself. It’s feeling happy and joyful along the journey when you’re achieving your desired results. Honoring yourself that you did it, that you accomplished what you intended to turn into reality. Success occurs when you’re in alignment with your life journey.

How do you deal with the emotional impact of writing a book about yourself as you write the story?

Remembering my why as to why I’m writing the book helps me stay content in being vulnerable as I continue sharing my story with the world. Sharing my story is part of my healing journey and my life journey moving toward becoming more of my authentic self to myself and others.

What sense of purpose have you drawn from your culture and community?

It really does take an entire village to raise an individual. You can go far alone, but you can go further, faster, and stronger with supportive people. Lean into the community and ask for support if you need it. Your community has the best intentions for you to become the best version of yourself.

How do you use your expertise and experience to empower women?

My advice is to become comfortable with who you truly are today and not with any other illusion. Life’s transformational shifts occur when you embrace an alternative perspective of thought with everything in life. The slightest shift of any thought can either retract you on your life’s path or propel you forward to live your abundant lifestyle today. 

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