3 Successful Women Offer Advice For Pressing Life's Reset Button

For the past couple of weeks, I've been running an interview series in partnership with smartwater that shares the secrets of successful women and how their paths to greatness might inspire your own. We've chatted with Miranda Jones of Galanter & Jones, Jen Gotch of ban.do and Rue magazine creative director Maia Mcdonald Smith, all of whom abandoned traditional careers in pursuit of doing what they love. All three women voiced very thoughtful responses during our Q+A's, and your enthusiasm has been overwhelmingly positive.

This post is republished from SF Girl By Bay in partnership with Federated Media and smartwater. Original post by Victoria Smith.

3 Successful Women Offer Advice For Pressing Life's Reset Button

I gather there are a lot of you with a yen to change your paths, so i thought i'd recap what these women had to say and provide everyone with this Reset Your Life PDF, to keep handy when you're in need of a little extra motivation. I hope you find it useful and inspiring!

3 Successful Women Offer Advice For Pressing Life's Reset Button

One of the best things about putting these posts together is sharing these women's stories with you and all the feedback I've heard from you. While I've known all these women for a while, I didn't know how they changed careers, so I've learned a great deal, and gained a lot of inspiration for keeping my own career on track, and also a lot of practical steps to take when it comes to taking new career risks and planning ahead for the future. I hope you have, too. Thanks so much again to Jen gotch of ban.do, Maia Mcdonald Smith of Rue Magazine, and Miranda Jones of Galanter & Jones for generously contributing to this series!

3 Successful Women Offer Advice For Pressing Life's Reset Button

This post is republished from SF Girl By Bay in partnership with Federated Media and smartwater.

Photography by Christina Winkelmann and Cindy Loughridge