|Helen Gurley Brown|
Helen Gurley Brown in 1964
|Born||Helen Marie Gurley
February 18, 1922
Green Forest, Arkansas, United States
|Died||August 13, 2012
New York City
|Occupation||International Editor, Cosmopolitan|
|Notable credit(s)||Editor-in-chief, Cosmopolitan|
|Title||International Editor, Cosmopolitan; Former editor-in-chief, U.S. Cosmopolitan|
(m. 1959â€“2010; his death)
Beauty can't amuse you, but brainwork – reading, writing, thinking – can.
Nearly every glamorous, wealthy, successful career woman you might envy now started out as some kind of schlep.
My success was not based so much on any great intelligence but on great common sense.
Money, if it does not bring you happiness, will at least help you be miserable in comfort.
You name it, we're out there with the latest and the best cutting edge.
After you're older, two things are possibly more important than any others: health and money.
One of the paramount reasons for staying attractive is so you can have somebody to go to bed with.
Never fail to know that if you are doing all the talking, you are boring somebody.