7 Min Interview:Beatrice Ndura:I’m not too good at braiding hair,sewing, knitting or crocheting

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7 Min Interview:Beatrice Ndura:I’m not too good at braiding hair,sewing, knitting or crocheting

Interview Questions:Sam Mwaura|Beatrice Ndura

7 Min Interview: Beatrice Ndura:I’m not too good at braiding hair, sewing, knitting or crocheting

I am good at listening because I learn more than when
running my mouth. Listening shows the person talking
that I respect him/her and I’m interested in what they
are saying. It is also a therapeutic skill in my work.
I’m very bad at braiding hair, sewing, knitting or
crocheting. It is torture and gives me a headache.

The last book I enjoyed reading is Surviving Your
Serengeti: 7 Skills to Master Business and Life: By
Stefan Swanepoel
The most surprising thing that happened to me is
when I was told that I will be a grandmother (a title
that I wear with pride).
A common misconception about me is I’m guarded.
One of my worst childhood fears “will I ever overcome
the pain and shame of abuse.
My ideal night out is dinning out in the Amish Country
with my husband.Listening to his never ending
stories.
In another life I’d have been the same person i’m
today a lover of God and a fun loving girl.
If i was a politician, i would campaign for
spiritual/mental/emotional health awareness.
The best age to be is above 45 for most people it
comes with wisdom and great experiences that can
transform many lives.
The best part of my job is empowering and
transference of skills.
My greatest regret is the many people Iiwounded with
my tongue when i was emotionally unhealthy.
Celebrity figure that i mostly identify myself with: The
many African women who are healing catalyst of their
war torn countries, regardless of their pain and
shame.
Living person i mostly admire Faith Muchiri (her
resilience is remarkable).
My greatest achievements are healing the wounds of
abuse and becoming a voice of empowerment on
spiritual and emotional/mental health issues.
My favorite author is the late Myles Munroe
My greatest possession is THE WORD OF GOD.
If I was to die in the next fiveve minutes,my last words
would be GOD IS FOREVER FAITHFUL
Beatrice counsels her clients with various issues such as:anger management, depression, spiritual growth, women issues, addictions, play therapy, grief, sexual abuse, trauma, divorce, blended family
It documents the indestructible nature of influence and its enduring character. Beatrice Ndura celebrates the spiritual and unique character of women. She highlights the role of women and how they can use their God given talents and abilities to influence the family, the Church, and the larger community of faith. Through the use of anecdotes with accounts and references to women of influence from the Bible and our contemporary society, Beatrice brings out the fact that women have the potential to influence either positively or negatively. This book will validate your worth as a woman, boost your confidence and unleash your potential. It will also help you to understand the uniqueness of being a woman, appreciate the diversity among women, and also aid you as you grow in the Lord.
You may learn more on Beatrice’s work with women in her book: A Woman of Influence: Using God’s Unique Design for You. Get your copy NOW on Amazon

7 Min Interview:Beatrice Ndura:I’m not too good at braiding hair,sewing, knitting or crocheting Reviewed by on January 17, 2018 .

Interview Questions:Sam Mwaura|Beatrice Ndura 7 Min Interview: Beatrice Ndura:I’m not too good at braiding hair, sewing, knitting or crocheting I am good at listening because I learn more than when running my mouth. Listening shows the person talking that I respect him/her and I’m interested in what they are saying. It is also a therapeutic

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