Mine is an immigrant’s success story, all told: Born in Germany, I came to the U.S. in my twenties and, like many immigrants, I went to work. My profession was in photography – I’ve always worked in the field (until now). And like many other women, I married, became a mother and eventually divorced. I also had to fend for myself as an entrepreneur and single parent. I had to learn on my own.
After successes and setbacks, both professional and personal – the recession, workplace betrayals, disastrous financing, deaths in the family – I finally turned everything around, thanks to writing The White House, which led me to the Small Business Administration. I got what I needed to build my business. Up to then, I had no role models who could steer me.
I learned the hard way that I needed a plan for life, but I also wanted to share what I learned by creating a plan for women,one that helps them with the rhythm of life, behavior, and success.
Many have benefited from it.You still can, in a variety
of ways, through my products, services, and writings. Find out how.