Norfolk Christian shortlisted for Best Business Woman
Tanya Heasley, a member of Dc3, a church in Harleston, has been shortlisted as a 2017 finalist of the Best Business Women Awards.
South Norfolk businesswoman Tanya Heasley from Harleston has been shortlisted as a finalist in the ‘Best Coach’ category of the Best Business Women Awards 2017. The Awards Ceremony will be held on October 12 at Tewin Bury Farm, Welwyn, Hertfordshire where the winners will be announced.
Tanya has been shortlisted for her anger management coaching business, Tristone Coaching, which helps people to develop skills and abilities to manage anger positively, in order to help them reach their full potential and achieve a sense of fulfilment. Using her 16 years of experience in her field, Tanya provides coaching sessions on a one-to-one basis in person and over Skype.
A member of Harleston Christian Community Church, known as Dc3, Tanya is also a mother of four children.
Having reached the finals, Tanya says: “I am so pleased and delighted to have made finalist and to be recognised for my achievements as a coaching psychologist in helping others reach their potential’.
Talking about how her faith motivates her, Tanya said: “My faith in God gives me the courage and motivation to fulfil my own potential: and through my relationship with Him, I have been able to acknowledge His purpose for my life; to help others discover and achieve their potential too.”
Debbie Gilbert, organiser of The Best Business Women Awards said: “We were delighted with the number of entries this year, which came in from all over the UK. This is a tough competition judged by business experts. To be a finalist is a major achievement.
“Finalists have been selected for their business acumen, determination, creativity and tenacity. Over 80% of start-ups fail in the first 3 years and all our finalists are all shining examples of being successful entrepreneurs who have proved their success to our judges."