After her divorce from the famed personal development guru, Becky Robbins turned to art as a method for healing herself—and the world.
Linnette Reindel, author of The Art of Keeping Good Company, went from a safe job in corporate America to becoming an author, speaker and business consultant who is inspiring women to pay close attention to their inner circles in order to be more successful.
Once told she couldn't be the host of her own series, award-winning blogger, dancer and now Emmy-winning travel show creator Mickela Mallozzi found a way to prove her critics wrong.
Anna Marlis Burgard's devotion to capturing America's islands through stories and photographs didn't exactly translate to a sustainable job at first. But through a little ingenuity and a few well-crafted pivots, she's been able to make it happen.
Typical jobs never appealed to Lynnda Pollio, author of Trusting the Currents, so she blazed a new path and created her own.
Even though beauty insiders said it couldn't be done, industry newbie Wendy Berger found a way to make phthalate-free, pregnancy-safe perfumes. What's more—each bottle gives back to charity.