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Interview: Laura Youngkin

Interview: Laura Youngkin

I’m a big believer in failing and failing big. There’s a lot of new stuff I haven’t done before. I used to be afraid of trying because I was afraid of failing. And I have no fear of that. I have fear of embarrassment, but not of failing creatively. I know I can recover from that.
Interview: Dana Donofree

Interview: Dana Donofree

I had a great career. I was diagnosed with Stage 1 HER 2+ Breast Cancer at a very young age—27 years old. It came out of nowhere. Totally unexpected. That turn of events brought me to where I am now. The dream of designing and running my own fashion line. I wanted to dress myself after my surgery and still  feel beautiful and that is how AnoOno was born.

Interview: Leslie Rasmussen

Interview: Leslie Rasmussen

I would tell myself to worry less about other people’s opinions and worry more about my own opinion. Be confident in my opinions and thoughts. Creating your own definition of success in whatever you want to pursue.

Interview: Abby Paige Fenton

Interview: Abby Paige Fenton

Stop being so critical. You’re super hot and your body is rocking. Shut down the shame and get on with yourself.

I just saw tons of pictures of my 18-year old self and was like, “Oh my God, I had a super hot body, why was I eating fat free Fig Newtons and being so self-critical all the time?
Interview: Gwen Carter

Interview: Gwen Carter

What was once a full-time career is now a part-time career. I’m keeping my foot in the door because I’m not ready to exit my career. I’m just trying to keep afloat. I’m leaning in – or am I leaning back? 

Tilting, maybe? You tilt, then you lean.

Tilting is a new 'it' word. I’m tilting

Interview: Liz Logan

Interview: Liz Logan

"A big reason I became a journalist is that I have so many interests and I didn’t want to choose between them. It seemed like a great way to explore all of them in one job."

 

 


Interview: Leigh Rawdon

Interview: Leigh Rawdon

"I would encourage myself to choose schools and jobs not to prepare for life or for the next step - but to make choices knowing that schools & jobs are life.

It’s not a means to an end."

Interview: Maggie Hanna

Interview: Maggie Hanna

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"The greatest success in my relatively young career would be that I feel fulfilled on a daily basis by the work that I’m doing.

Oh, and that my mom and I are working together to manage the ranch and we still enjoy each other’s company."

Interview: Kaylen Giannini

Interview: Kaylen Giannini

“Capture that confidence and don’t ever let it go. Don’t doubt it: you have the right instincts.”

Interview: Julia Collins

Interview: Julia Collins

"Because that’s the dream right – to have a fulfilling role? And so I thought:

Why not find out what makes other people tick and provide some ideas for other people who are trying to figure out what they want to do.

Hello from the Other Side: Jolley Frank

Hello from the Other Side: Jolley Frank

Be honest with yourself. Make sure that the people you love know you love them. And constantly push yourself to try new things.
Hello from the Other Side: Cynthia Card

Hello from the Other Side: Cynthia Card

"Take a deep breath, do yoga, take a walk. Things will work out. It may not be what you planned, but chances are it will be better."