In this episode, I invite Heidi Tucker, an award winning author and motivational speaker, to bravely share her own growth work around her chronic illness struggle with vertigo.
Heidi humbly and vulnerably allows me to guide her through concepts of how life gives us opportunities for personal evolution through what are called “soul lessons.” Find yourself smack in the middle of Heidi’s own personal evolution as she grapples to move forward in real-time with the same courage and strength that she has made such a study in her speaking and writing career.
Heidi’s stories focus on the descending and ascending process of inspiring others whom she interviews and gives them a voice; however, in this interview Heidi shares her own battle with chronic illness, trauma, and how she is learning to rise and apply what she teaches to her own current struggle. She shares how time in nature, learning to be present, and surrendering “the list” have been key lessons allowing her to step into greater balance. We learn how our best intentions sometimes cause us to miss signs that show us we need balance and self-care with our endless service. Join me in witnessing Heidi show hope to apply her “soul lessons” in order to continue to expand and fulfill her soul’s purpose.
I personally was humbled by her willingness to try this unique podcast style of doing “the work” while recording live for all to learn through the experience of this wise soul. This is such a classic example of who Heidi is, someone who desires to use all of her talents, gifts, and even struggles to lift others. You won’t want to miss this one!
Heid Tucker Biography:
Heidi Tucker is an award-winning author and speaker. She has won multiple “best inspirational” awards for her books which include Bridge of Miracles, The Secret Keepers, Finding Hope in the Journey, and Servie’s Song. Her passion for writing and speaking about light and hope has inspired thousands. Heidi is known as a great storyteller who believes that every story not only teaches an important principle, but can make you feel it. She has inspired many to rise up, cling to their faith, and position their hearts to recognize God’s hand in their life.
When Heidi isn’t writing her next book or speaking at a conference, you’ll find her spending time outdoors with her husband, four grown children, and eleven grandchildren. She loves sunflowers, hiking, and ice cream . . . not necessarily in that order.