Heather Rendulic wants to live in a world where everyone feels empowered when they face life’s challenges. She knows how hard life can get. As a young stroke and brain surgery survivor, she learned the tools needed to become an overcomer. When she’s not working as a Human Resources Professional, Heather is sharing her message of hope as a motivational speaker, mentor and author as she shares the art of finding beauty in the chaos.
At the age of just 31, Heather has the wisdom and perspective of a person much older. What she didn’t realise for the first 22 years of her life, was that she was effectively a ticking time bomb. Inside her brain was a cavernous angioma, a lesion, that was just growing and getting ready to rupture at any time. Well, it actually happened 5 times over an 11 month period and led to a nine hour brain surgery to remove it. As she woke from the surgery, paralysed, the sight of her sister sobbing and to be married 6 months later, led Heather to say, ‘Stop your sobbing, I’ll be dancing at your wedding.’
Amazingly, despite all professional opinions, Heather was dancing at her sister’s wedding. In fact, her attitude and the things she did to get herself there will inspire you and motivate you beyond belief. Heather has just published her first book, Headstrong, and is now on the verge of having an even greater impact on many people, all around the world. Enjoy my wonderful conversation with Heather Rendulic.
Heather can be found on her website at www.heatherheadstrong.com