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Stepping Ahead with Footwear Desinger Taryn Rose

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Taryn Rose, the orthopedic surgeon turned shoe designer, stopped by "Making a Living" to talk with Maggie Mistal about the career change that helped her walk down the path to success...literally! From accepting failure to raising funds, Taryn gives us a look at how you can be your own boss and turn your dreams into reality.

Listen the clips below for some fun and witty yet honest tips from Taryn.

 

 

 

 

 

 

What was the first step she took to create her own footwear line?

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Maggie often talks about "soul searching."  Learn about Taryn's journey...

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How does a person without any direct contacts in the shoe industry become a top footwear designer?

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Failure vs. Regret...which is scarier?

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How to raise capital to start your own business:

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Comments (1)

  • Thank you for this posting.

    I'm also in the medical industry looking to start my own line of orthopedic footwear and would like to collaborate with Dr. Rose on my ideas.

    Could you please forward my email address to her. I'm even willing to compensate her financially for her time if necessary.

    Any assistance in this regard would be deeply appreciated.

    Thank you,
    Dr. Ken Kemp

    P.S. As a practicing physician, I would prefer if this request did not appear on the weblog. Thank you for your understanding.

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