I know I have a bigger purpose, but how can I find it?
Dermalogica founder Jane Wurwand shows you how to turn your unique traits and experiences —especially the ones you may think are your biggest setbacks, into the tools you need to make your dreams a reality.
This is not a memoir. This is the journey of how Jane, and how you can find yourself and purpose by harnessing the resilience and creativity within you to drive your own success.
Sharing lessons learned, from starting a business on 14,000 dollars of self-funding to growing a multi-million-dollar international brand with a cult-like following, Jane takes you through her real-world experience so you can learn:
- How to look inward to find your true purpose and let it guide you to live your biggest life.
- How to discover what type of work will fulfill you and infuse your life with meaning and value.
- How to overcome seemingly insurmountable challenges between the life you’re living now and the life you know you deserve.
- How to achieve great success by doing what you love.
Business leaders, professionals, entrepreneurs—you don’t have to feel stuck or frustrated any longer, get ready to find your purpose and start living your biggest life. After applying the lessons in Skin in the Game, you will be able to look towards a new future, confident in the choices you are making in your life, in your career, and in your impact on the world.
Reading Skin in the Game, you discover the ‘why’ behind Dermalogica’s business model, that the Harvard Business Review called ‘brilliant’, and how the brand turned a skincare product line and salon training platform into a recognized symbol of women’s entrepreneurship around the world.
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About the Author
Jane was a member of the Clinton Global Initiative from 2010 until its conclusion in 2016 and was part of their Women and Girls Action Committee. She contributes her expertise to the National Association of Women’s Business Owners, which named her “Business Woman of the Year” in Los Angeles in 2009. In 2012, she was named CEO/Business Owner of the Year by the Los Angeles Business Journal. She serves as a special advisor to the UN Foundation’s Global Entrepreneurs Council, supporting their work with the UN to advance women and girls. In 2016, she was appointed as a Presidential Ambassador for Global Entrepreneurship (PAGE) by President Barack Obama. Hometown: Los Angeles, CA.
Table of Contents
The bravery room 1
The imperfect room 51
The why room 81
The invisible room 137
The empathy room 177
The next room 207
Here's a hidden room 223
The unexpected room 239
Last page 245
My thank-you list 247
Okay, you asked 253
About me 262