Empowered in Heels 2: Building Your Empire, to create passion for a cause through enlightenment of hearts and minds. It’s both funny and ironic that we women are referred to as, “superwomen”, because of our resiliency and multiple juggling of life, career, motherhood and work. Excited with the outcome of Empowered in Heels 2: Building Your Empire because it provides an amazing diversity of true stories to reflect on the almost universal paradox wherein many think we cannot, but in the end we triumph and prove we can.
Enjoy this collection of “Empowered Women” autobiographies, which by sharing their life’s unvarnished trials and tribulations, make a genuine impact on your life and help you to build your own empire.
Our cover with the Empire State Building symbolically reflects the monumental obstacles faced and hurdles overcome by these remarkable women, in order to wear their golden heels of triumph.
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“My father dismantled my mother’s car so that she could not escape…my mom, sister, and I walked in the cold snow without shoes. We climbed the two hills to get to the closest neighbour and they didn’t want to get involved.” ~ Suzy Tamasy
“After eight years, three surgeries, and radiation treatments, my mother had lost her battle with cancer in August 2020. I felt like my heart had been pulled out of my body.” ~ Olimpia Tulpan
“In the past, I had always put barriers up and played it safe. I feel ready now to stop saying no to myself and see where it takes me. With every “yes” I put out into the universe, more opportunities came my way.” ~ Cheryl Bailey
“Who would have imagined that an awkward, insecure tomboy from Bangladesh would ever be a model? I certainly never did.” ~ Sadia Salauddin
“One thing I would say about bullying is to not let it get the best of you. Always believe that you are amazing and strong, and never be afraid to stand up for yourself when someone has done you wrong.” ~ Mackenzie Lubeck
“My failures are like my battle scars, each one reminding me of how the lesson I learned from them made me stronger.” ~ Jennifer Traynor
“Over time, I placed my focus on things I wanted to do, and, in doing so, I gained self-confidence and independence. The thought of getting married and starting a family was far from my mind.” ~ Sutha Shanmugarajah
“I can make something beautiful from what other people would see as garbage, but I see the potential and importance of everything.” ~ Demi Theo
“I had watched all the family who put me down and continue to put me down all these years, be able to live their lives and I kept thinking to myself: when is it my turn?” ~ Victoria Trinh
“Time has changed me, I’m stronger, I’ve walked through grief without prescriptions to numb the feelings.” ~ Beverley Thomson
“I remember praying for a way out and praying to God saying, ‘Please have a plan for me. Please don’t let me go back to struggling to survive.’ I think I prayed every day, all day in my head while crying.” ~ Kimberly Anne Cranley
“What these experiences have taught me is that while we may not always win at life, there are always other chances to excel and that even the disappointing moments can teach us valuable lessons.” ~ Pat Kozyra
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