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Let's Talk. Too Young To Be Old: How to Stay Vibrant and Visible At Any Age

Diane Gilman is known as the "Jean Queen" having built a $100 million-dollar brand on HSN and has sold 17 million pairs of jeans in the last 14-years.

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Let's Talk. Too Young To Be Old: How to Stay Vibrant and Visible At Any Age
Let's Talk. Too Young To Be Old: How to Stay Vibrant and Visible At Any Age

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Oct 25, 2022, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM EDT

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Join us for our next Let's Talk. Too Young To Be Old: How to Stay Vibrant and Visible At Any Age with the incomparable Diane Gilman, aka The Jean Queen. 

Success for Diane Gilman came during one very improbably "light bulb moment" at 59. Overnight her life changed, and her dreams became a reality. She's built a $100 million-dollar brand on HSN and is releasing her second book,  Too Young to Be Old: How to Stay Vibrant, Visible, and Forever in Blue Jeans: 25 Secrets from TV's Jean ,Queen and is launching an entirely new business at the age of 75. 

Diane Gilman might be 75 years old, but her working days are far from over. Otherwise known as the "Jean Queen," Gilman has sold 17 million pairs of jeans in the last 14 years.

Gilman succeeded by championing a segment of consumers previously ignored: women who are mid-life and beyond. Besides clothing, Gilman is passionate about encouraging women to feel proud of the years they've accrued, not ashamed of them.

To other women hoping to make a change in their career at mid-life, she said, "Give it a try. You can't win it unless you're in it. So if you feel like you haven't hit your stride yet, stay in the game."

Pre-order Diane's book; click here

Let's Talk is a bi-weekly conversation with leading executives, thought leaders, and changemakers. There are no presentations or talking heads, just people discussing careers, family, and what matters the most to them.

It doesn't have to be lonely at the top.

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