Our Interview With Judy Goss
I had the pleasure of interviewing Judy Goss, a fellow mom in business. As mothers, it's so important we connect with likeminded women and really listen to and support each
I really love to showcase other moms with the hope that they will encourage, motivate, and inspire other mothers in some way. Whether you're starting a business, running a
business, or not in business at all, we all have something to teach as well as something to learn from one another.
C M: Can you tell us a little bit about your business?
Judy Goss: I am the founder of Over 40 Females, a social/business networking website where women 40 years of age and older can come together and connect, encourage and inspire
C M: How did you get started?
Judy: I was an editor at More Magazine for almost 2 years and felt like these women needed to connect on the Internet and at live networking events to realize that our
demo is very powerful.
C M: What has been your proudest moment?
Judy Goss: When so many positive, beautiful and inspiring women showed up at my launch party - it made me very proud to be a part of Over 40 Females.
C M: And your biggest challenge?
Judy: Getting women over 40 fluent with internet-speak.
C M: Can you recall an important lesson that you learned from your mother?
Judy: Perserverance pays off.
C M: Whom do you most admire and why?
Judy: Entrepreneurs that have pioneered their way through difficult roads only to lead to great success and leadership by example for all of us.
C M: What is your biggest source of inspiration?
Judy: Knowing that I'm 42, and it's either now or never! And also setting an example of a successful and happy life for my twin daughters.
C M: Tell us your favorite thing to do?
Judy: I find the most peace when I'm Scuba diving in warm water. Sea turtles, dolphins and brilliant coral bring me unspeakable joy.
C M: Do you have any advice for moms trying to break into the business world or start their own company?
Judy Goss: Like Nike says, "Just do it!" and the rest will follow. Don't make excuses why you "can't" - instead, try one small thing at a time (instead of being intimidated by
the larger picture) and it's you will see how it leads to what you need for the next step very quickly. Step by step - do what you can when you can.
Thank you Judy, for this awesome and inspiring interview.
To visit Judy's website, go to
Return from Judy Goss Interview to Interviews
Return to Home Page