Disaster and grief can strike a happy life like greased lightning. Impact Leadership with Ronelle Brown (now available on Amazon) teaches that one can motivate themselves to use the reality of sorrow and create a legacy worth leaving behind. The author beautifully shares a story of joy, pain, and overcoming from which you can pull out many life lessons.
Ronelle Brown was born and brought up in South Africa. She later moved to the USA with her husband, Paul, and has been there since. After the passing of her husband, Brown found healing and now applies her decades of project and team management experience to help people start and scale global businesses. She honors Paul’s spirit by pursuing a life of passion and purpose. She reminds herself daily that life is a gift with no guarantees and that every day counts.
She inspires her readers to make today count: “If you are someone who has been taking things for granted or putting off important things, then I hope that you will embrace today and live more joyfully and gratefully.”
Brown intimately shares how she survived grief and sorrow. In her story, she emphasizes the concepts of Gratitude, Grace, and Grit. These three things allowed her to survive, strive, and thrive. By sharing her story, Brown hopes that others will draw the inspiration to embrace the identity of an overcomer.
“I don’t want to be seen as one of the victims. I am one of the survivors,” says Brown.
Impact Leadership with Ronelle Brown is a must-read for people who carry the burden of grief. As readers go through Brown’s words, they’ll realize that moving forward with Gratitude, Grace, and Grit will help them overcome any tragedy.
Georgia Autio, Sr. Director of Product Management, Northwestern Mutual, speaks of Brown’s sense of strength and hope: “With faith, grit, hope, and unwavering perseverance, Ronelle faced the daunting task of recreating a life of value and purpose that would make her husband proud. She stepped back, mourned, and got to know herself and what she wanted to contribute to the world. She has pushed forward with conviction and an undying hope to find happiness on the other side of tragedy. She purposefully rebuilt her life in a new community, bravely came into her own, started a business, and got her sparkle back.”
Lisa Skene, Ronelle’s best friend, shares why she takes pride in being her friend: “Ronelle has been my best friend for over thirty-five years. Our friendship has lasted despite now living in separate countries on opposite sides of the world. We have experienced life’s many ups and downs—high school, boyfriends, first jobs, weddings, and the passing of loved ones. I will never forget the day Ronelle called to tell me her husband Paul had been killed. She was filled with raw emotion, heartbreak, and tears, and I wanted to just reach out and comfort her: these feelings and thoughts will stay with me forever. Since Paul’s tragic passing, I have witnessed Ronelle’s true strength, resilience, and determination to keep moving forward and growing and make Paul proud of her. Ronelle is an inspiration, and I am proud to be her friend.”
Impact Leadership with Ronelle Brown is now for sale on Amazon.