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 businesswoman, creative and mother, Samantha Cameron. She also happens to be married to one of our country’s former Prime Ministers. Before her move to Westminster, Samatha was the creative director at British leather goods and stationary brand, Smythson but today Sam is the proud owner and founder of her own womenswear brand, Cefinn which she launched in 2017. She talks to me about how she developed a love from retail from an early age, why she’ll never give up working and what family life is like when you have one of the UK’s busiest schedules.
Cefinn’s pop-up store is at 73 Duke of York Square, King’s Road, SW3 4LY. You can book in a personal styling appointment please email [email protected].
This episode is recorded in support of Contact, a charity that offers support, workshops and up to date medical information for families with disabled children. It is an incredible charity close to Samantha’s heart as she and David relied on it when their son, Ivan, was still alive. Find out more about the charity and how to help or donate at Contact.org.uk.
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