Here's how to live large every day and kick butt along the way!
How does a girl who was originally predicted to live a wheelchair-bound existence become adventurous, self-assured, successful - and unflappable? Standing 4 feet 2 inches tall in flats (which she would never be caught dead in, anyway), Lauren Ruotolo has spent her 34-ish years seeing the world from a unique angle: upward facing. Lauren was born with McCune-Albright syndrome, a mysterious and rare genetic disease that researchers say occurs in anywhere between one in 100,000 and one in one-million people.
Some people with the condition tend to go the wheelchair route, but that was never a road Lauren wanted to travel. Her preferred method of transportation, instead, includes stiletto heels. Lauren has avoided the label of "disabled" through uniquely discovering who she really is - and now you, too, can learn the secrets to living life in a big way.
In Unstoppable in Stilettos, Lauren offers you "Lauren's Lessons", in which she shares her hard-earned wisdom and life experiences to offer you a unique brand of life philosophies that you can apply to any of the rights of passages you may be experiencing as a 21st Century Woman, including:
Navigating social pressures
Avoiding the label game
Combating career confusion
Turning rejection and obstacles into triumph
Dealing with toxic people
Discovering true self-expression
And so much more
With Unstoppable in Stilettos you will have the tools to carve out your own path to self-confidence, success, and individualism - and have a blast along the way.
©2010 Lauren Ruotolo (P)2012 Health Communications Inc.