Empowering people with the courage to live life @ full throttle!
Imagine, pressing the STOP button on the ‘head miles’ – those negative thoughts running out of control in your mind.
You know; the ones that keep you stuck! “I’m not smart enough”. “I don’t know how, or where to start”. “What will people think”! If I tried and failed, I would be a laughing stock, I don’t think I could handle the shame”! As exhausting as it is, I have to keep up appearances. And, the pièce de résistance, I will make changes, later, when?
Now, imagine pressing the PLAY button on road miles – your journey.
How would life be different if you created your own road map?
Miss Heather shares a collection of stories in Lessons from the Road, from her adventures around Australia on a Harley Davidson motorcycle, Fat Bob to empower audiences with the courage to live life @ full throttle.
Meaning; pursue their goals and dreams.
With each passing kilometre, Miss Heather will encourage you to dismiss the internal and external voices and say yes to you.
And, challenges like Road Blocks and Crash & Burns are merely great teachers preparing you for better things down the road.
Miss Heather, will demonstrate how Unmasking and Living Life on your Terms is as empowering as it is liberating.
How being Vulnerable and Authentic is where the magic happens. It is how you find like-minded people and build a Wonderful Support Network.
Her stories, punctuated with humour, resonate!
Audience members will leave, fist pumping the air, shouting, “I am not going to barter with time I think I have anymore. “I’m going to be braver, kick fear to the kerb, stop procrastinating, trust my gut instincts, be who I want to be and chase my dreams too”.
Miss Heather’s presentation can best be described as Entertainment with Passion and Purpose
Miss Heather’s 20 year professional work prior to Fat Bob and the Blonde was predominately local government based with a strong focus on community development.
Her work experiences included multiple layers of inclusion from people with disabilities, age care, people from socially disadvantaged sectors, people from other cultures, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and people from rural and isolated communities.
Miss Heather’s wealth of experience places her well to work and speak with a wide range of community groups, organisations, business groups and schools. Miss Heather has a wonderful ability to connect with people from all walks of life.