Today on Marie
Kathy Ireland tells Marie about her experience dancing with Donny on "Dancing With the Stars" and how she handled the rigorous training schedule and elimination. She also takes us back in time to when she was first scouted as a model at the age of 17. She's maintained a solid career in the limelight for many decades thanks to her business savvy. Kathy credits the late Elizabeth Taylor for teaching her to work with experts, such as Beverly Hills hairstylist Jose Eber. The entrepreneur has partnered with him on a line of curling and flat irons. Plus, she also talks about how she is using stem cells in her latest collection of skin care products called Stemage. Kathy mentions her three children with ER physician and commercial fisherman husband Greg.
Kathy explains her connection to Elizabeth Taylor>>
To learn more about Stemage, go to www.stemageskincare.com
Check out Jose Eber at www.joseeberhair.com
Visit Kathy online at www.kathyireland.com
Author and public speaker Dan Clark tells Marie how a paralyzing football injury caused him to reevaluate his perspective on his approach to life. In his book, "The Art of Significance," he identifies 12 principles of success and replaces them with the 12 highest laws of universal life-changing leadership. He defines love and teamwork and stresses the value of perseverance over patience. All in all, Dan is conscious of the legacy he hopes to leave behind.
For more about Dan and to order a copy of "The Art of Significance," go to danclarkspeak.com