Regular readers of the Axcis blog will be aware that Paralympic Gold Medalist, Danielle Brown MBE has recently co-authored a book entitled “Be Your Best Self”. Find out more about this book and how you can be in with a chance to win a signed copy here.
About the Book
For those not already in the know, Danielle wrote this book with a young boy – 9 year old Nathan Kai. The aim was to produce a sort of “self help” book for children, inspiring them to be the best they can be. You can read all about the project in a recent guest blog Danielle wrote for Axcis. In this blog, she explains how the project came about and why she chose to work with Nathan on it.
About Danielle Brown
Danielle Brown MBE started archery on her fifteenth birthday and three years later she was on the Great Britain team, jumping in as World Number 1 and hanging onto that position for the rest of her career. Danielle won gold at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games and retained her title in London 2012, as well as winning 5 World Championship Titles. She became the first disabled person to represent England at the Commonwealth Games (and win gold) as an able-bodied athlete. Danielle works as a keynote speaker, trainer and coach. We are also thrilled that she has agreed to become an Axcis Ambassador – an initiative we will be launching this year – so watch this space!
How to enter the Axcis Giveaway
Our giveaways are always free to enter, no strings attached! We offer several entry methods so you can either take a quick peek at our Facebook page, Tweet us or sign up on our website for work and you’ll be in with a chance to win. Follow the link below and you’ll be sent to our third party giveaway page (run on there to keep things fair and square) – where you can choose your method of entry and get your name in the hat for this great prize!
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