Unstoppable in Stilettos: A Girl's Guide to Living Tall in a Small World
"A kick-ass combination of charm and ballsiness..." -- Joanna Coles, Author, Executive Producer of The Bold Type
How does a girl who was told she would spend her life in a wheelchair become confident and successful? She decides to become unstoppable Standing 4 feet 2 inches tall, Lauren Ruotolo was told at a young age that she was destined for life in a wheelchair because of a rare genetic disorder called McCune-Albright syndrome. Lauren didn't accept this news, and decided to flip the script. She ditches the wheelchair for her preferred method of transportation: stilettos. She threw out the "disabled" label in favor of authentic self-discovery. And she turned her small stature into a big, beautiful life full of love, joy and success.
Along the way, Lauren learned a lot about living large despite life's obstacles. From her unique, upward-facing vantage point, she shares tips, secrets and hard-earned wisdom. If you're a woman who wants to conquer today's hectic world, Lauren's fun, offbeat life philosophies will give you the tools you need to carve your own unique path to self-confidence, happiness, and success--no matter what obstacles you face--and you'll have a blast along the way
About the Author Ruotolo, Lauren: - Lauren Ruotolo is a respected author, speaker, and entertainment content marketing leader for many global brands, including Johnson & Johnson, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Seventeen, Good Housekeeping and TV Guide Magazine. She was nominated as Innovator of the Year (W.IN Forum NY), Rising Star of the Year for New York's Women Agenda, and was awarded the Woman of the Year at the Glamour Gals Glammy Awards and Girls Inc. (New York Chapter). She currently lives in NYC.