If I asked you for your definition of success, what would you say? For me, it’s simple: success is unique to each and every one of us.
Welcome to The Success Revolution, the podcast that’s changing the way we talk – and think – about success. Having worked with one too many women who’s had her confidence and her identity diminished as a result of working towards an antiquated definition of success – you know it, money, power, status, etc.
In this episode of The Success Revolution, we speak to Rosemary Ferguson, a multi-faceted British sensation. She is one of the most famous faces of 90s modelling, having walked in all the important catwalk shows and appearing on the hallowed covers of Vogue, The Face and many other seminal fashion tomes. Rosemary is more than just a beautiful face; she is a trained naturopath and nutritionist, runs her own clinic on Harley Street and has recently moved into the food industry. She talks to us about her crazy modelling beginnings, what it takes to be the face of an era – and how that can impact you personally, as well as professionally – and the joy of being a working mum.
You can find out more about Rosemary here.
This episode is recorded in support of the charity Every Mother Counts which works globally to improve essential maternity care, so as to reduce and ultimately prevent deaths due to complications related to pregnancy and childbirth. Find out more about the charity and how to help or donate at EveryMotherCounts.org.
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