Not Mad. Motivated. provides products and services that encourages personal growth through self-awareness, self-discovery, and building healthy connections after life-altering experiences such as domestic violence. From handmade notebooks to Life and Resilience Coaching, we have the tools to meet you where you are and to help you create a roadmap to where you want to go. It is time to remove the mental blocks to your success.
Margaret J Hall, MPH
Certified Life and Resilience Coach and Domestic Violence Advocate, Margaret Hall is a woman that is passionate about helping others to uncover a meaningful and fulfilling life after experiencing domestic violence.
Born and raised in Farrell, PA, she valued education as a key to success at an early age. Margaret earned a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Bennett College (Greensboro, NC) and a Master of Public Heath in Biostatistics from the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill, NC). As she established a career in Statistical Program and began reclaiming her life after domestic violence, Margaret commenced to lean more into her passion to service others in a more direct manner.
Margaret is double certified as a Life and Resilience Coach, and the founder of Not Mad. Motivated., LLC in Durham, NC. Not Mad. Motivated. offers products and coaching services to empower women – who have experienced domestic violence – to achieve excellence through self-reflection and developing healthy connections.
Interested in scheduling a free Brainstorming/Discovery Call, sign up here or email email@example.com.
Even You Can Benefit From a Coach!
As your coach, I am focused on helping you move forward as it relates to your personal (or professional) goals, hope, and interests. I focus on what you want to achieve and help you identify and acknowledge the answers that you already have within you.
What’s Being Said About Life Coach Margaret
One conversation with Margaret sparked so many ideas for me to expand and improve my life coaching practice. Margaret listened to me talk about my love of houseplants, and then she proposed a plan to integrate plant care with self-care in my coaching services. Margaret’s attentiveness and creative thinking planted the seed that blossomed into the Self-Care Garden program. Everyone needs a coach like Margaret who uses an innovative approach to creating opportunities in their business.Shereka Littlejohn Dunston www.selfcaregarden.com
Moving Forward Without a Coach…
Make Writing a Habit
There are so many benefits of writing. Writing can help reduce stress – so it’s good for your health. Writing improves your ability to communicate, which can aide relationships and helps improve your self-confidence.
In our “Why Write?” series, we will explore how writing can used to live – and not just survive – after domestic violence (or other hardships).