“A candid story of resilience amidst life’s extreme adversities.”—Brahma Kumari Shivani, spiritual counsellor
“Betty Steinhauer is a terrific role model for any woman who yearns to experience life outside the box and create her own adventure.” –Susan Clark, actress/producer/activist
Betty Steinhauer’s remarkably honest autobiography is an extraordinary journey of a woman’s head and heart in the face of adversities—and a quest for perfect love.
Betty’s learning about accepting began early. She was raped when she was 13. At 15, she lost her father and had to pick up the reins of the household, with her mother perpetually ill and suffering from dementia. More heartbreak followed. Her first love died in a car crash. And then, the loss of a child and her growing career took a toll on her marriage. She built her business, working with the leading lights of Canada’s private and public sector, and came to be referred to as “orchestra leader” and “the one who pulls the strings”. Simultaneously, her People’s Bridge Charitable Foundation facilitated far-reaching changes in the lives of ordinary people on four continents.
This is the story of a life lived with passion, courage and attitude, a treasure hunt for the true meaning of living and loving that spans the globe, with India at its centre. My Way will be an inspiration to any woman seeking to forge her own destiny and identify the joy within.
About the Author
A UK-born Canadian, Betty Steinhauer has travelled to more than 150 countries in the world, for business, pleasure and discovery, with India as one of her “heart-homes”. She built and ran the highly successful consultancy and public advocacy firm Betty Steinhauer & Associates for 25 years, and established the People Bridge Charitable Foundation which funded projects on four continents. Betty believes that a major source of happiness is learning to identify one’s unique gifts and applying those for the best outcomes for the self and for the world around.