Zai Miztiq

Author encouraging people to bring out the resilient, confident, compassionate leader in you

Determined to not let her circumstances dictate her life, when Zai had a serious accident that almost rendered her paralysed in 2005, she refused to give up.

Despite the doctors saying that she only had a 5% chance of walking ever again as her spine was fractured and dislocated, during her recovery – her perseverance and determination forced her to step up and learn to walk again.

Sharing her story, Zai empowers with an insight into how she managed to overcome her fears and doubts and the framework she used to turn obstacles or pain into power.

She recorded her comeback journey in a semi autobiography-styled book titled ‘Turn Your Passion into Profit’ and empowered women and girls all over the world with her Amazon best-selling book ‘5 Things I Love About Being A Woman’.

Now living her dream life as a 2x Amazon Best Selling Author, Founder of the ‘Sisterhood Mentorship Programme’, travelling trainer and speaking on international stages to share her Step Up! message, she has moved to documenting her works in digital videos to make learning tools available to the masses, which she believes is her way of leaving her legacy.

“My time on Earth will expire, but the knowledge I have and learning tools and skills I have acquired, I can empower and enrich the world with forever.”
– Zai Miztiq

Reflecting on how far she has come, Zai explained, “I feel like I have been given a second chance in life. And now that the world brings an entirely new meaning, I am dedicating myself to inspiring others. I help people turn their pain into power and turn their dreams into reality with confidence and clarity.

"My hope is for the world to Step Up! to be the strong, soulful, successes they are meant to be. My dream is to help people believe that they can be whatever they want to be with faith and love."

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