WAF’s Five for Friday- The “What I learned from the Pink Event” Edition

November 19, 2010 by  
Filed under On Life, On Money & Career, WAF's Fab Finds

A million dollar idea could be wearing $10 shoes, do you and only you, hoping can’t replace planning and more in this week’s Five for Friday, the “Pink Event” edition…

Pamela Grossman – Living In the Present: Part 2

September 1, 2010 by  
Filed under On Life, Whirly Girls

On Monday I ran part 1 of my interview with WAF Whirly Girl Pamela Grossman. At 40 Pamela was diagnosed with severe anxiety disorder that left her in a “deep abyss of terror” unable to function “normally” for years. Today she discusses how the disorder led to creating In the Present, facing her challenges head on and offers some advice to women at forty…

Living In the Present: Pamela Grossman – Part 1

August 29, 2010 by  
Filed under On Life, Whirly Girls

What if there was a clinical reason for the fears that haunted you.

If you’re Pamela Grossman you find a way to live through the fear. In fact, you thrive despite of it. That’s exactly what Pamela did when at 40 she was stricken with debilitating panic attacks that seemingly came out of nowhere.

WAF’s Whirly Girl: Liza Figueroa Kravinsky

August 18, 2010 by  
Filed under On Life, On Money & Career, Whirly Girls

If you caught Monday’s post, you know that I’m starting a regular feature called Woman at Forty’s Whirly Girls. WAF’s Whirly Girls are women in their 40’s who are innovators, risk takers and who’ve chosen the road less traveled. One of the first WAF Whirly Girl’s I had the privilege of interviewing was Liza Figueroa […]

Women at Forty’s Whirly Girls

August 16, 2010 by  
Filed under On Life, On Money & Career, Whirly Girls

I’m launching a new series on the site called Women at Forty’s Whirly Girls. The term “Whirly Girl” refers to the group of less than 1,700 female helicopter pilots in the world. For me the term represents women who are innovators, risk takers and who’ve taken the often bumpy, sometimes risky, road less traveled. Over the next few weeks I’ll be introducing you to women in their 40’s who are doing just that.

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