About the Author
Angie Mattson Stegall is a writer, small business coach, and productivity consultant. Her focus is guiding business owners and their teams out of overwhelm.
She won the 2014 Women’s Business Award (author category) at the 5th annual Women’s Business Conference and is a Founding Member of the Brevard Author’s Guild.
Angie has been interviewed by The New York Times, NPR/WFAE’s Charlotte Talks with Mike Collins, and was the featured entrepreneur on WTVI/CPCC TV’s “Great Ideas” program.
She wrote her "Make Some Room Manifesto" after spending 16 days rafting through Grand Canyon.
Her books include:
Focus on Five – How to Organize Your Five Essential Business Systems
How Your Disorganization is Stealing Your Time, Your Attention and Your Health
Ponder This – How Everyday Experiences Deliver Unexpected Insights in Business and Life
Make Some Room – 20 Ways to Breathe Deeply, Act Thoughtfully, and Be Here Now (A Manifesto born from a 16-day, 220 miles rafting trip through Grand Canyon) [tentatively titled and due out late 2015]
Angie holds a B.A. in Organizational Communications from Queens University of Charlotte. She and husband are on a mission to “have less and live more” with their two Labradors and one yellow cat in Pisgah Forest, NC.
Learn more at www.AngieStegall.com and www.YukonandBean.com.