Liz's Open Road
Business During Recession (1:55)
Law Degree Is Empowering (1:52)
Working As A Lawyer (1:59)
Finding Your Talent (1:34)
Running Your Own Business (1:26)
Poor, Lazy Overachievers
New York, NY
Public Television: Season 7
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- Was a French major at Rutgers University, but realized there wasn't much she could do with that degree.
- Graduated in 1992, during a recession, so she went to law school to put off entering the workforce.
- Says that while her experience in law school and at law firms wasn't all bad, she entered too much debt and never felt truly happy on that path.
- Started going to yoga with one of her coworkers and before long, it became a passion-she was going five times a week.
- Offhand, a friend suggested that she start her own yoga studio, and she seized upon that idea.
- For the first few months, the studio was really struggling; they felt lucky to get four students in a class.
- After four years, her yoga studio has hit hard times, but she says even if they had to shut down, she wouldn't regret the endeavor.
- She's heard people talk about the dreams they never pursued, so she hopes her unconventional choices inspire others to go after their dreams.