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“I come from 7 generations of restaurateurs,” says Ariane Daguin, owner of D’Artagnan gourmet foods, which 35 years later has 260 employees and $132 million dollars in sales. “I gr...

She fell in love with the energy on the trading floor; it led her to Salomon Brothers as a Bond Options Trader and a Managing Director at Bank of America. When she left, she found ...

“It’s important to understand that you must go through life happy,” says Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum. “If you wake up every day and are miserable, it’s not right.” So says this unconvent...

Or so says Julie Foucht, owner of Biz Coaching for Female Entrepreneurs (https://juliefoucht.com/about/) who talks with CoveyClub founder Lesley Jane Seymour about how she pulled h...

“You look at the way the fates dangle tiny golden threads and you grab them!” That is how Meg Jordan, PhD, RN, CWP, NBC-HWC, Chair and professor of integrative Health Studies at th...

“Women 50,60,70, 80 have already experienced so much uncertainty, have already had so many rugs pulled out from under our feet, that [we]  know how to recreate and reinvent,” says ...

*NOTE: This episode was recorded on February 17, 2020. Any upcoming events mentioned in this episode have been postponed until further notice. For information on our upcoming virtu...

“Until I was open and honest [about my Parkinson’s Disease] I couldn’t unlock my reinvention,” says Terri Bryant, makeup artist and founder of GUIDE BEAUTY, a company that is rethi...

Deborah Jackson, Founder and CEO of Plum Alley investments, had a father who worked for IBM (often jokingly called I’ve Been Moved). And so, as a child, she moved every few years t...

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