DALLAS, Aug. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Have you ever wished a superhero would come down and rescue you in those chaotic moments in your life? The truth is, the only person who can save each of us is ourselves. Now, Author Kelly Fuhlman says, «It’s time to dust off your cape, and step into your purpose and healing as your own hero in her new book BE THE HERO AND RESCUE YOURSELF: Creating the Inner Courage to Wear Your Own Cape (Clovercroft Publishing, August 4, 2020).
From dyslexia, drug addiction, and trauma, there were many times when Fuhlman didn’t think she would make it. Even in times of great success, she still felt lost. The truth is the only person who can save each of us is ourselves. Through her journey, Fuhlman shares how to seize back your life from waiting for the hero to becoming your own.
Have you ever had someone tell you that you aren’t smart enough? Intelligence isn’t what gets you through life. It isn’t what determines success, and, of course, beauty isn’t either. It’s grit, perseverance, purpose, and hard work. You are what determines what you can do.
New York Times bestselling author, Top 100 Podcast in the World with The School of Greatness, and former athlete, Lewis Howes says, «Whatever voice you have in between your ears, make sure it’s not your own worst enemy; make it your biggest cheerleader.«
No matter what the condition of your life, or your heart, Fuhlman invites readers to journey together with her to see proof that no matter how far you fall, you can get back up. You can be courageous and Be the Hero and Rescue Yourself!
«Each one of us has an evolution that occurs over time,» she says. «Are we who we were a decade ago? So many things change through time, experience, tragedy, and joy. What we take away from each challenge makes us, hopefully, grateful for what we have learned along the way.
Life is not built on ten easy steps, and what happens when those steps rot, break, or even disappear? Inside this book are lessons (not chapters) that Fuhlman shares of her life experiences. She says, «When we become our own hero, and those steps rot or even disappear from underneath us, we find the power to put on our own cape and fly right over them to the next chapter of our lives.»
Life is and will continue to be hard. People will try to hold you down or make you feel less than worthy in an effort to elevate themselves. So often we defeat ourselves before we even start, and we end up walking away from a blessing, opportunity, or amazing people because our inner voice says no, stop, they will make fun of you, or you will fail.
Fuhlman implores to readers to, «Be your own cheerleader. Look in the mirror and say, ‘Let’s get fired up’ or give yourself a little wink every once in a while. It is called self-love.» Further adding, «Invest in yourself and surround yourself with great people who can support you and give you that swift kick when you need it. Iron sharpens iron (Prov. 27:17 NIV). The key is the people you choose to hold your feet to the fire.»
This book was written as a kind of tool that you can write in. Be inspired to ask yourself those hard questions and truly change your life for the better. The intent is for readers to learn how to apply the concepts of life, business, and relationships to become your very own hero.
To learn more, visit: http://www.kellyfuhlman.com
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About the Author
Author, Speaker and strategic planning expert, Kelly Fuhlman has been helping Fortune 500 companies, working for universities and Disney Institute, sharing best practices in leadership, marketing and business development. Equipped with an MBA and Bachelor in Communication, she helps create strategy and relationship building within companies and teams. She has increased revenue through branding and marketing, giving companies an edge over their competition. As a speaker, Kelly helps youth and adults recognize the hero within and how to change their own story to empowering them to become their own hero. She lives in Texas with her husband and son as she continues to build a legacy around family, faith and a commitment to excellence.
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