Overcoming Mediocrity - Volume IIISTRONG WOMEN - These stories are meant to inspire and encourage women to realize their true potential.
Ursula Wachowiak grew up simply like many of us. She became a wife, mother, and professional. It would seem that she enjoyed a great deal of success along with some of life’s typical challenges. It was during the hardest of times that she made a choice to not only be her own boss but to do so while becoming homeless. Using her years of professional expertise, she built The Write Hand, LLC; a Virtual Assistant business. She sold nearly everything she owned to travel the United States on her Harley Davidson. She worked hard, slept in the woods and abandoned buildings, toured the country, and wherever she went, she gave inspiration to everyone that she encountered.
A tragic accident that occurred as Ursula toured the country resulted in the loss of part of her left leg. This B.R.O.A.D. ™ yet again rose to her greatest during the hardest of times. She rebuilt The Write Hand, LLC, bought another Harley Davidson, and toured the country again. She now has a much larger following that spans more than just the motorcycle community. She says, “You can hit me, You can break me, You can make me bleed, but as long as I’m still breathing; the road is where I’ll be.”
How The B.R.O.A.D. was Born and Reborn
How did a mediocre military brat that became a suburban wife and Mom turn her life into the greatest adventure ever? Discover how Ursula turned a life of mediocrity and adversity into a thriving virtual business, all while touring the country on a Harley Davidson. She did not let economic strife and the loss of a leg keep her from her greatest accomplishments. This story goes beyond profession, beyond motorcycling, and beyond one woman’s wildest dreams.