FOUNDER OF THE FREEDOM TRIANGLE * BESTSELLING AUTHOR
Magda Khalifa, Founder of the Freedom Triangle, is a 1st-generation American, US Army combat veteran, business owner, speaker, and bestselling author of "American DREAM: Discipline, Resilience, Endurance, Adaptability, and Mentorship to Succeed and Win in Life".
After witnessing the attacks in New York City on September 11, 2001, she left her life behind and joined the military. After serving two tours in Iraq she struggled to rebuild her life, overcoming transition challenges and health issues.
She succeeded in turning her life around by identifying what was holding her back and by taking action. Her growth and success led her to develop "The Freedom Triangle", a 3-point framework that helps people grow from limited to LIMITLESS.
Today, she helps others start their journey towards limitless through speaking, consulting, and mentorship.
Magda Khalifa, Army Veteran
It is not very often we hear about woman in combat and their stories, but one lady has graced us with an eye opening look into her experiences during her 22 months overseas. Magda Khalifa is a true patriot who took it upon herself to make a difference and help anyway she could after witnessing the 9/11 attacks in New York City. She found her place by enlisting in the Army and was on her way to defend the country she loved so much.
Like many who return from combat deployments, Magda Khalifa, the author went through a difficult time adjusting back to everyday life. And I applaud her honesty and courage in describing how she overcame and persevered through those difficult times. The self-help chapters were very interesting, and I found some of her tips for self-improvement very helpful. American Dream is a well written memoir with excellent life lessons thrown in. I highly recommend it to readers of all ages and those looking for inspiration/motivation to improve their lives.
So excited for the next guest – Magda Khalifa. She truly is amazing. She is a first-generation American combat veteran, and successful business owner. After witnessing the attacks in New York City on September 11, 2001, she joined the military. After serving two tours in Iraq she struggled to rebuild her life, in much the same way the nation struggled to. Eventually, she overcame her challenges and started her first business. Today, she brings the lessons learned through war and life to businesses and individuals through speaking, consulting and mentorship.
American Dream is an inspiring and insightful read.
... you don’t have to be a warrior to get value from the way she “never quits."
Could not put it down.