Too many women age themselves by saying they are too old to do something. That’s not true. You know Diane Gilman from QVC and the Home Shopping Network. She does not believe there is any age women have to say it’s too late to achieve their dreams. At the age of 60, she sparked a denim revolution by founding what became a multi-million dollar company called DG2 Jeans. Dubbed the Queen of Jeans, designer Diane Gilman revolutionized women’s fashion, turned sexism on its head, and went on to sell millions of her blue jeans inspirations for mature women on television. She became the number tele-retailing company for nearly 20 years with the Diane Gilman Collection and DG2 Jeans. Diane is a champion for women and is also a breast cancer survivor. Her designs began at an early age when she sold be-jeweled jeans to stars like Janis Joplin, Grace Slick, Jim Morrison, and Jimmy Hendrix in the 1960s. She is now the author of a bestselling book Too Young to Be Old: 25 Secrets from TV’s Blue Jean Queen. Learn what motivates this amazing lady and get inspired for your own success at any age in this episode of Women Road Warriors with Shelley Johnson and Kathy Tuccaro. Please subscribe to our podcast. It’s free.