Trinny Woodall left with ‘no alternative’ but to sell house and clothes amid career woes

“I was not earning the money I had been,’ she said of her financial issues at the time. 

“I couldn’t afford to live in the house I was living in, so I rented it out, and sold quite a few of my clothes. 

“I then did a small raise, which I used for product development. When that ran out, I sold some more clothes, then sold my house, because I couldn’t afford the mortgage. 

“It did take balls – it was very scary. But I knew I had no alternative,” she admitted. “Nobody becomes a great entrepreneur from a place of comfort.”

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