Natalie Ledwell Biography
Natalie Ledwell is a well-known American World-Renowned Author & Speaker currently working for the Inspiration Show & WakeUP! TV as a co-founder of Mind Movies, host sharing her powerful vision and unique for YOUR best life.
Ledwell is also the author of the bestselling book, “Never in Your Wildest Dreams”. As the host of The Inspiration Show Natalie in the personal development field interviews some of the best teachers. Instantly there are more than 500 episodes of The Inspiration Show.
Natalie Ledwell Age
Natalie Ledwell was born in Australia, on February 10th. She celebrates her birthday on February 10th every year.
Natalie Ledwell Height
Ledwell stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 5 inches(Approx 1.65 m).
Natalie Ledwell Family
Natalie was born and brought up in a family of 8 in Australia. She always knew she was destined for bigger things. She wanted to help others achieve the same and she wanted more from her life.
Natalie Ledwell Husband
Natalie Ledwell is divorced from her handsome ex-husband Glen Ledwell a serial entrepreneur with a diverse background of experience who since 2007 worked as the co-founder & the CEO of Mind Movies, where Glen proceeds to be the driving force behind all the marketing strategies. As of now, she lives in Southern California with her puppy Bella.
Natalie Ledwell Salary
Natalie Ledwell receives an average salary of $73,973 per year.
Natalie Ledwell’s Net worth
Ledwell has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Natalie Ledwell Career
Natalie works as the co-founder & CEO of Mind Movies, where she continues behind all the marketing strategies to be the driving force. Mind Movies about helping people reach their greatest goals via the power of the Law of Attraction is a young, dynamic company. This mission is achieved via fun and simple technology that allows people to share, visualize, and create to materialize their ultimate dream life.
It is also the creation of Glen, Ledwell, and the Mind Movies team. Mind Movies began when a factory worker in Australia, Sydney decided to make a simple 3-minute slideshow-style video of what he wished his life to look like. The factory worker to share his vision with the world uploaded his video on YouTube.