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No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

English, Finance, 1 seasons, 183 episodes, 4 days 18 hours 2 minutes
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Have a dream but don't know where to begin? Looking for wisdom from women who've already 'been there?' Whether you're looking for answers or you just want to hear a good story, you're in the right place. Hosted by ABC News Emmy Award-winning journalist and Chief Business, Technology & Economics Correspondent Rebecca Jarvis, 'No Limits' is where the most-impressive women in the world go to let their guards down and share honest stories about what it really takes to build an empire. Each week Rebecca speaks to bold and influential women about their paths to success, their choices and tradeoffs along the way, and their pitfalls and lessons learned. The conversations focus on practical advice and never-before-shared wisdom from across industries. Plus Rebecca always asks her signature question 'What's the worst advice you've ever received?' New episodes every Tuesday.
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#145: Rachel Blumenthal: Founder and CEO, Rockets of Awesome

Rachel Blumenthal had her first entrepreneurial venture when she was 10 years old, convincing her little brother to dress up and make balloon animals at birthday parties. From there, Blumenthal has gone on to start three companies, her most recent, Rockets of Awesome, which is a data driven children’s clothing brand that offers personalized subscription boxes to make kids shopping personal and fun. On this episode, Rachel discusses how she made the decision to leave her first job at Yves Saint Laurent to pursue entrepreneurship, the struggles she faced when trying to get investors to take her seriously and why she thinks of a brand like a baby. Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News. She is
30/12/201950 minutes 38 seconds
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#144: Katrina Lake: CEO and Founder, Stitch Fix

Katrina Lake is the youngest woman to ever take a company public at just 34-years-old. In less than 10 years, she’s grown her company, Stitch Fix, from an idea to a company that generates more than one and a half billion dollars in sales, serving over 3 million clients. On this episode, Katrina discusses how personalization is key to her business model, her vision for the future of retail, and how her company in some ways serves as the antithesis to Amazon. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneurs of the Week: Sarah Bayot, Founder and Creator of Kichecko Goods Find out more: www.kichekogoods.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News. She is also the host of “The Dropout” podcast. Foll
20/12/201946 minutes 13 seconds
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#143: Mindy Grossman, President and CEO, WW

Mindy Grossman has 38 years of experience in building and transforming consumer brands. Currently serving as president and CEO of W.W., formerly known as Weight Watchers, Grossman rebranded the company in 2018 and has been named one of the 50 most influential people in healthcare by TIME Magazine. In this episode, Grossman discusses her epiphany that changed the course of her life, the importance of having a purpose factor when building a business, and how to implement change when there is resistance. Plus, hear how Oprah has influenced Grossman and W.W. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneurs of the Week: Iman Abuzeid, M.D., Founder of Incredible Health Find out more: www.incrediblehealth.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chi
17/12/201951 minutes 37 seconds
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#142: Leah Busque Solivan: Founder, TaskRabbit and Fuel Capital, General Partner

Leah Busque Solivan didn’t realize that running out of dog food one night would cause her to come up with the idea for TaskRabbit, an online and mobile marketplace that matches freelance labor with local demand, allowing consumers to find immediate help with everyday tasks. She has since scaled the company to 44 cities, raised more than $50 million in venture capital funding and currently serves as the executive chairwoman to the company and general partner of FUEL Capital. On this episode, Leah discusses the pressure she was under from herself and her investors when starting TaskRabbit, the importance of taking care of yourself as an entrepreneur and why at 8-years-old she decided she wanted to be a CEO. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneurs of the Week: Jen Barrie, Director, Writer, Producer of Barrie Creative Find out more: http://www.barriecreative.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t for
13/12/201937 minutes 42 seconds
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#141: Misha Nonoo, Fashion Designer

Misha Nonoo was the first fashion designer to hold a runway show on Instagram, debuting her Spring/Summer 2016 collection and introducing a new way for designers to show off their products to a broader audience. From there, Nonoo has gone on to collaborate with the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle and is known for creating the “husband shirt,” which took four months for her to design. On this episode, Nonoo discusses the chance encounter that propelled her career, how she created and grew her fashion business from the ground up – plus her new collaboration with the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneurs of the Week: Staci Brinkman, founder and CEO, Sips by Find out more: https://www.sipsby.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Aw
10/12/201939 minutes 33 seconds
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#140: Emily Ratajkowski: Actress, Model and Founder of Inamorata

Supermodel, actress, activist and entrepreneur, 28-year-old Emily Ratajkowski is making her mark. As one of the most influential celebrities on social media, she uses her popularity to showcase her brand of feminism and preaches body positivity. She’s also leveraged her following to promote her clothing line, Inamorata. The company does 96% of its business via Instagram and when Ratajkowski posts a new item it sells out in minutes. In this episode, Emily discusses what “feminism” means to her, how she and her best friend built a million-dollar company all on their own, and how she plans to use her voice in the upcoming 2020 Presidential election. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneurs of the Week: Meghan FitzGerald, Professor Columbia University, Managing Partner L1 Health, Founder and Chair of K2 HealthVentures, Author “Ascending Davos: A Career from the Emergency Room to the Boardroom” Find out more: https://www.amazon.com/-/es/Meghan-Fitzgerald/dp/1642250724 Want to be a fea
03/12/201943 minutes 51 seconds
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#139: Shazi Visram: Founder, Happy Family Organics

Shazi Visram went from making recipes in her kitchen to becoming the #1 organic baby brand in the country. She learned the ropes of business from her immigrant parents who started their own motel business upon moving to the U.S. originally from Tanzania and Pakistan. On this episode, Shazi discusses how she took her business from an idea to a reality, the struggles she encountered when creating her own company, understanding the importance of organic products and how she ultimately decided it was time to step down as CEO of the company she spent years building. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneurs of the Week: Kellie Shoten, Co-founder and CEO, Kaari Foods Find out more: https://www.kaarifoods.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and
26/11/201940 minutes 45 seconds
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#138: CROSSOVER: No Limits x Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

In this special *crossover* episode, Rebecca is joined by her friend, Poppy Harlow, CNN Anchor and host of the podcast “Boss Files with Poppy Harlow.” Poppy and Rebecca grew up together in Minnesota, and reunited in NYC years later as journalists. In this special episode, Poppy opens up about her career as the co-anchor of CNN Newsroom, how a rejection from her dream law school turned into a career defining moment, and the importance of women helping women. After you listen to No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis, head over to Boss Files with Poppy Harlow to hear Poppy interview Rebecca:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/boss-files-poppy-harlow-conversations-about-business/id1201282406 Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneurs of the Week: Roxanne Irani, Founder of BAM Snacks Find out more: bit.ly/itsbam Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here:
19/11/201956 minutes 32 seconds
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Bonus: Alicia Menendez: MSNBC Anchor, Author “The Likeability Trap”

As an MSNBC anchor, author of “The Likeability Trap,” and host of the Latina to Latina podcast, Alicia Menendez is busy. Upon graduating college, Alicia began working on a political campaign before realizing she preferred working in the media industry to politics. On this episode, Alicia discusses how her career path has been shaped through taking risks and learning from her failures, having to find a balance between becoming a brand and being authentic to herself and what she sees for the future of social media. Plus, hear about her new book “The Likeability Trap” and her inspiration behind the book. Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News. She is also the host of “The Dropout” podcast. Foll
15/11/201942 minutes 41 seconds
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#137 Emma Grede: CEO & Co-Founder, Good American

Entrepreneur Emma Grede was born a “natural hustler.” From starting an entertainment marketing agency at 24-years-old to launching denim brand Good American in 2016 alongside Khloe Kardashian -- making history selling $1 million worth of merchandise on day one. Emma stops at nothing to get to where she wants to go. In this episode, Emma discusses getting connected with Kris Jenner and eventually partnering with Khloe Kardashian, why she decided to get into the denim business to “solve a problem” for women and her strategy for success at any stage of your career. Plus, hear about Emma’s invention of the size 15 and how Good American is breaking the mold in the fashion industry. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneurs of the Week: Kate Schmidgall, Founder and Director, Bittersweet Creative Find out more: https://www.bittersweetcreative.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and
12/11/201946 minutes 16 seconds
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#136: Laura Dern: Actress, Producer, Investor

Laura Dern is an award-winning actress and accomplished producer whose decades-long career has made her a key figure in Hollywood. From growing up on the film sets of Scorcese and Hitchcock to starring in box office hits like “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” and “Jurassic Park” to playing the iconic role of Renata Klein in HBO’s hit television series “Big Little Lies,” her ability to transform into a character knows no bounds. A two time Academy Award nominee and five-time Golden Globe winner and the founder of Jaywalker Pictures, Dern continues to make her mark in the entertainment industry. On this episode, Laura discusses the shift she has seen in the film industry to be more inclusive of women and how far they still have to go. Plus hear about why she went from a consumer to an investor in True Botanicals skincare, how she prepared for her latest role as Marmee March in the upcoming remake of “Little Women” directed by Greta Gerwig, and what it’s like behind the scenes of “Big Little Lie
05/11/201943 minutes 8 seconds
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#135: Jessica Pels: Editor-in-Chief, Cosmopolitan Magazine

At 32-years-old Jessica Pels was promoted to editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan Magazine, at least 10 years younger than any of her recent predecessors. Pels used her experience at a variety of iconic magazines such as the New Yorker, Marie Claire, Vogue and Glamour, to take on the role of overseeing all print, web, social, video and editorial projects for the brand. On this episode, Jessica discusses how she turned her college internship into a job through staying connected with HR, why she looks at data over anything else when it comes to choosing content for Cosmopolitan and how she overcame imposter syndrome in the workplace. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneurs of the Week: Alexa Carlin, Entrepreneur and Founder of Women Empower Expo (WEX) Find out more: http://womenempowerx.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly
29/10/201947 minutes 19 seconds
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#134: Maria Sharapova: Tennis champion and CEO of Sugarpova

Maria Sharapova is one of the most successful tennis players in the world. She won Wimbledon at only 17-years-old and has been ranked number one in the world by the World Tennis Association five separate times. But her success spans beyond the tennis court. She is a “New York Times” bestselling author and is the founder and CEO of the candy company, Sugarpova. On this episode, Sharapova discusses why she decided to create Sugarpova and her path to becoming an entrepreneur. She also opens up about overcoming a major career setback in tennis and the lessons she’s learned through challenging times. Additionally she talks about leaving her home country of Russia at a young age to pursue her tennis dream and what she learned from NBA Commissioner Adam Silver on leadership and running an organization. Plus, hear about her experience as a guest judge on “Shark Tank.” Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneurs of the Week: Preya Patel Bhakta, Founder and President of Elli Find out more: ht
22/10/201932 minutes 10 seconds
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#133: Deb Liu: Founder of Facebook Marketplace

Deb Liu is a pioneer for women in technology. She has spent over 10 years with Facebook currently serving as the Vice President of Facebook Marketplace & Commerce, she is also the founder of Facebook Marketplace and co-founded Women in Product, a non-profit focused on helping more women enter and succeed in product management in the tech sector. On this episode, Liu discusses how she stumbled into the tech world while earning her MBA at Stanford University, ways that Facebook has provided her with the opportunity to be an entrepreneur within the walls of their corporate company. Plus how she has created and continues to grow Facebook Marketplace and why she says it’s so important for young girls and women to learn to code. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneurs of the Week: Lisa Sedlar, CEO and Founder of Green Zebra Grocery Find out more: https://www.greenzebragrocery.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations toNoLimitswithRJPodcast@Gmai
15/10/201944 minutes 50 seconds
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#132: Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey: Pulitzer Prize winning reporters and bestselling authors

On October 5, 2017, "New York Times" investigative reporters Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey broke the news of Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual harassment and abuse. Their report launched a movement and gave the country a significant wake-up call. Over the next twelve months, hundreds of men across all types of industries were outed with accusations of abuse and wrongdoing. Now, two years later, Jodi and Megan are giving the public a look inside their investigation with their bestselling book, “She Said: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Ignite a Movement." On this episode, Kantor and Twohey discuss what it was like to pursue this story against the odds, the importance of giving a voice to the voiceless, what happened in the moments before the publication of their bombshell report and the new reporting they have uncovered in the aftermath of their report. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneurs of the Week: Molly Dewey, Co-founder and CEO of Mettacool Find out more:
08/10/201946 minutes 25 seconds
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#131: Gabby Bernstein: Bestselling author, speaker and life coach

From a motivational speaker and life coach to a New York Times bestselling author, Gabby Bernstein has spent years helping others focus on wellbeing and being your best self, but her career looked drastically different in the early 2000s. In her early 20s she owned a public relations firm representing nightclubs in New York City spending the majority of her time doing drugs and partying. After waking up on the floor one morning, Gabby decided to get clean and completely shifted her career to one that focused on spirituality and soberness. On this episode, hear how Marianne Williamson had an impact on Gabby’s path to recovery, how she realized she was suffering from postpartum depression and learned to speak on mental illness from her experience and qualities she expects from her team, including the bravery to speak up if they things are headed in the “wrong direction.” Plus hear more about her latest book “Super Attractor.” Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneurs of the Week: Kr
01/10/201940 minutes 31 seconds
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#130 Ann Curry: Journalist, Anchor, Executive Producer

Ann Curry has spent more than 30 years as a journalist traveling the globe, reporting from the scene of many of history’s most monumental natural disasters and war zones. She has covered a range of issues from nuclear tensions in North Korea and Iran, to the destructive earthquake in Haiti in 2010, and spent countless hours in Syria, Afghanistan, and Iraq. She spent 15 years with NBC’s “Today” show, and has received seven national news Emmy’s for her reporting. On this episode, Ann discusses how being the squeaky wheel early in her career created opportunities, the stories she was able to tell and how she overcame the “second mountain” in her life after leaving NBC. Plus, hear more about her latest project, “Chasing the Cure.” Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneurs of the Week: Taylor Majewski and Shannon O’Hara Find out more: https://gigitherobot.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations [email protected] Don’t forget to
24/09/201951 minutes 14 seconds
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#129: Libby Wadle: CEO, Madewell

Libby Wadle is the first ever CEO of Madewell, a company she helped to incubate with J.Crew, that recently filed plans to IPO. Her decades of experience in retail include executive roles at Coach and The Gap as well as more than 15 years at J.Crew Group. On this episode, Wadle reflects on the creation of Madewell and how she was able to assist, the vital use of brand ambassadors when promoting their products and her plans for the future of Madewell. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Upuia Ahkiong, Founder + Owner of Kua Body Studios Find out more: https://www.kuabody.me/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News. Follow Rebecca Jarvis: www.Instagram.com/RebeccaJarvis www
17/09/201945 minutes 28 seconds
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#128: Leslye Headland, Director, Screenwriter, Playwright

As a playwright, screenwriter and director Leslye Headland’s creative prowess knows no bounds. In her most recent project, she collaborated with Amy Poehler and Natasha Lyonne to create the Netflix series “Russian Doll,” which has received not only critical acclaim but 13 Emmy nominations this year. On this episode, she discusses the internal misogyny that exists in Hollywood culture, how to know when you are too comfortable in your career and what it’s like to be the only woman in the room in a male dominated industry. Plus, what it’s really like inside of a writer’s room and the surprising public figure she considers a role model. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Jerelyn Rodriguez, cofounder and CEO at The Knowledge House Find out more: https://www.theknowledgehouse.org/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://
10/09/201957 minutes 35 seconds
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#127: Elaine Welteroth, Bestselling Author and Award-Winning Journalist

At 29-years-old, Elaine Welteroth became the youngest person and only the second African-American ever appointed editor-in-chief in Conde Nast’s history serving in the role for Teen Vogue. When the publication decided to cease print operations in December 2018, Welteroth decided it was time to pursue a new career path. She currently stars as a judge on Project Runway alongside Karlie Kloss and Christian Siriano, and recently published “More Than Enough: Claiming Space for Who You Are (No Matter What They Say),” a part-manifesto, part-memoir on what it means to come into your own. On this episode, Welteroth talks about hiding her age from her coworkers to avoid ageism, experiencing burnout at the age of 30, and how leaving Teen Vogue was the hardest business decision she’s ever had to make. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Katie McNamara Founder + CEO Little Lentil Clothing Find out more: www.littlelentilclothing.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone w
03/09/201949 minutes 56 seconds
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Vice Media CEO Nancy Dubuc: Navigating your career

#117: Vice Media CEO Nancy Dubuc: Navigating your career Nancy Dubuc spent nearly 20 years at A&E Networks, 5 of those as CEO before her desire to start a new chapter in led her to Vice Media. Dubuc joined the company as CEO in 2018. Throughout her career in the media industry, Dubuc has held a number of different roles in a variety of departments, using process of elimination and advice from mentors, to find out her true passion. On this episode, Nancy shares her career path and how she has made decisions along the way. She delves into the choice to leave A&E Networks for Vice Media. Plus her vision for the company and what she sees for the future of Vice Media. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Kelly Peeler, Founder and CEO of NextGenVest. Find out more: https://www.nextgenvest.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Clic
27/08/201954 minutes
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Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso X No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

Released May 21, 2018 It's a special 'No Limits' 'Girlboss Radio' crossover episode! Sophia Amoruso is the CEO and founder of Girlboss. She coined that term with her bestselling memoir five years ago which has sparked an important and honest conversation about leadership and what it takes to build a business. Since the publication, #Girlboss has been used over 10 million times. For this special crossover episode, we met Sophia at her offices in LA where we talked about everything from her childhood in Sacramento, to how she turned an eBay store into a multi-million dollar company, what she learned from watching her life story (or some version of it) become a Netflix series, what happened when her business went bankrupt, and how she came out even stronger on the other side. After you listen to this episode, head over to Girlboss Radio where Sophia interviews Rebecca Jarvis. Girlboss Radio: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/girlboss-radio-with-sophia-amoruso/id1041122387?mt=2 Cong
20/08/201946 minutes 10 seconds
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Kate Bosworth: Channeling determination

Released Dec 17, 2018 Kate Bosworth made her first on-screen appearance at the age of 14 (alongside of a then-12-year-old Scarlett Johansson) with no prior acting experience, just a love for horses and an unwavering sense of determination. From that first movie Kate fell in love with filmmaking and spent the next two decades building a career transcending genres and avoiding typecasting. On this episode, Kate discusses her start in the acting world, forging her own path, and making the difficult decision between Princeton University and Hollywood. She also talks about finding her voice as a producer and an activist. Plus what it was like co-producing her new film, NONA, alongside of her husband and the inspiration behind the project. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Anna Brockway, Co-founder Chairish Find out more: https://www.chairish.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations [email protected] Don’t f
13/08/201943 minutes 54 seconds
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Laura Brown, Editor-in-Chief of InStyle Magazine

Released April 20, 2017 InStyle Editor-In-Chief Laura Brown came to New York with $5000 only a few days before September 11, 2001. The Australian native began her career bouncing around the magazine world in London and Sydney before landing a job at Harper’s Bazaar where she rose the ranks to become the executive editor. After 11 years at Harper’s, she landed a dream job in 2016 becoming the Editor-In-Chief of InStyle where she oversees the entirety of the brand that reaches over 30 million people. Laura talks about following her passion, running InStyle, designing the perfect cover, and how to be a boss. InStyle website: www.instyle.com Follow Laura Brown on Instagram and Twitter: @LauraBrown99 Follow InStyle on Instagram: @instylemagazine Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
06/08/201955 minutes 37 seconds
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Carolyn Everson - Facebook Exec, Fighting Fake News

Carolyn Everson is the Vice President of Global Marketing Solutions at Facebook - she's one of the top executives next to Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg. She leads Facebook's relationships with top marketers for the company's apps like Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp. She also oversees the teams focused on global partnerships, agencies, gaming and the Creative Shop. Her resume includes a list of impressive companies with executive roles at places like Microsoft and Viacom. On this episode, she talks about the moment she got the call from Sheryl Sandberg to join Facebook, overcoming confidence issues, and the importance of being an effective and enlightened leader. She also discusses Facebook ad revenue from Russia and the steps Facebook is taking to provide more clarity and controls for advertisers to help make Facebook a safer platform for sharing content. Follow Carolyn Everson on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/carolyn.everson Follow Carolyn Everson on Twitter: https://t
30/07/201947 minutes 5 seconds
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CROSSOVER: No Limits x Skimm'd from The Couch

Released Mar 4, 2019 It's a special crossover edition of No Limits and Skimm'd from The Couch! Carly Zakin and Danielle Weisberg were in their mid-twenties when they quit their jobs at NBC to create theSkimm, in their New York City apartment with no plan B. What was once known as project TBD became a daily newsletter that is sent out to over 7 million subscribers and has transformed the way female millennials receive news. On this episode, co-founders and co-CEOs, Carly and Danielle discuss how they got the courage to quit their jobs at NBC to pursue entrepreneurship, what it was like to build theSkimm and they provide insight into their partnership and what to look for in a co-founder. After you listen to this episode check out Skimm'd from The Couch where Danielle and Carly interview Rebecca. Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech
23/07/201949 minutes 29 seconds
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Tory Burch - Embrace Ambition

When Tory Burch launched her brand in 2004, she took the fashion industry by storm. She grew her brand into a worldwide success that now includes ready-to-wear, accessories, home and fragrance, shoes, and sport. From day one, Tory also made sure that social responsibility was an integral part of the company's vision. She launched The Tory Burch Foundation in 2009 and has been working ever since to empower female entrepreneurs by offering access to capital, education, and digital resources. On this episode, Tory opens up about getting her start in the fashion industry, why social responsibility should be a part of a business' bottom line, how she's empowering entrepreneurs and what it means to embrace ambition. Learn more about The Embrace Ambition Summit: http://www.toryburchfoundation.org/embraceambition/summit/ Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Marta Michelle Colon, Founder/Chief Attitude Strategist of Buena Gente Find out more:  https://www.buenagente.com
16/07/201939 minutes 20 seconds
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Nicole Richie: Fashion Designer & Founder, House of Harlow 1960

Released June 25, 2018 Nicole Richie grew up in Los Angeles around a lot of celebrities and became a household name when she starred in the 5 season reality series 'The Simple Life' alongside Paris Hilton. Since then, Nicole has guest starred in many TV series, written two novels, was recently announced as a judge on Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn’s new show “Making the Cut,” and launched her brand House of Harlow 1960 in 2008. By 2010, the brand expanded to also include apparel and footwear and now includes home fragrances, eye wear, and tech accessories. On this episode, Nicole opens up about how her idea of success has evolved over the years, having to prove herself when she first launched House of Harlow, the importance of being present in all of her commitments, and why she's let go of trying to be everything to everyone. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Kristi Kohut, Artist & CEO Kristi Kohut Studio Find out more: http://kristikohut.studio/ Want to be a featu
09/07/201943 minutes 40 seconds
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Rebecca Minkoff, Fashion Mogul

Released Jan 16, 2017 Fresh out of high school and with almost no money, 18-year-old San Diego native Rebecca Minkoff moved to New York to launch her own fashion line. After years of sewing on apartment floors and diligent financial planning with her brother Uri, Minkoff is now a fashion industry leader and maverick -- but the path she took to get here didn't always go as planned. Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
02/07/201935 minutes 21 seconds
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Alli Webb, Drybar Founder

Released Feb 6, 2017 What started as a side project for Alli Webb became a business worth millions. While taking some time off from working at top salons, the hair stylist and mom came up with an idea for an in-home blowout service. When she couldn't keep up with the demand, she enlisted the help of her husband and brother and soon the salon chain Drybar was born. Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
25/06/201931 minutes 6 seconds
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Aly Raisman, Olympic Gymnast

Six time Olympic medalist Aly Raisman has accomplished more in her 22 years than most do in a lifetime. She made history at the 2012 Olympics in London when she became the first American woman to win the gold medal for a floor routine. She went on to become the captain of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics team, winning gold alongside her team the "Final Five." Raisman also hasn't ruled out a 2020 Olympic return and was recently featured in Sports Illustrated's annual swimsuit edition. Please leave us a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
18/06/201929 minutes 8 seconds
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Sonia Syngal: President and CEO, Old Navy

Released Apr 2, 2018 As President and CEO of Old Navy, Sonia Syngal begins her day by reading customer comments every morning. She became CEO of the $7 billion, 57,000-employee business in 2017 and has lead the company to record growth. But her path to retail wasn’t always so clear. Sonia, who has a background in mechanical engineering, began her career working for a car company before eventually finding her way to Silicon Valley and eventually to Gap Inc. and then exclusively Old Navy. On this episode, Sonia opens up about why she veered from her position at Ford for grad school in Silicon Valley, career transitioning at a senior level, and what she believes it takes to become the CEO of a public company. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Hipatia Lopez, CEO of H.L. Unico LLC and Inventor of Empanada Fork Find out more: http://www.empanadafork.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected]
11/06/201940 minutes 55 seconds
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Debra Lee: Learning to say no

friends and family thought Debra was crazy when she decided to leave her stable job at a law firm in D.C. to pursue a career in media, much less at a company many had never heard of. That company was BET. Debra went on to spend 32 years at the company, 13 of them as CEO. On this episode, Debra explains the reasons why she chose to pursue a career in media and how her path to the C-suite was formed day-by-day, facing several battles along the way. She reflects on the most difficult parts of being a CEO, and how learning to say no ultimately shaped her into a better leader. Plus her decision to leave the company. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Shawna Ohm, Founder of Que Linda Find out more: https://www.quelinda.org Don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It's easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News. Follow Rebecca J
04/06/201954 minutes 56 seconds
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Christina Applegate, Actress

Christina Applegate started acting at just 3 months old but gained widespread notoriety for playing Kelly Bundy on the hit show Married with Children. Since then, she's starred in major Hollywood films including The Sweetest Thing, Anchorman, and Bad Moms. On this episode, Christina opens up about building her career, growing up in the spotlight, being a breast cancer survivor, her ongoing battle with insomnia, and why she's recently taken a step out of the spotlight. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Suzie Welsh, Founder and CEO of BINTO Find out more: https://mybinto.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News. Follow Rebecca Jarvis: Instagram.com/RebeccaJar
28/05/201933 minutes 49 seconds
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Barbara Corcoran, Entrepreneur & 'Shark Tank' Investor

Barbara Corcoran had worked 22 different jobs by the time she was 23. She faced more than the usual amount of rejection growing up before famously taking a $1,000 loan from her then boyfriend and turning it into The Corcoran Group. Today she's a bestselling author and also a shark, using her own money to invest in companies on ABC’s hit show "Shark Tank." Barbara shares an unheard pivotal childhood moment about her father's drinking habit. She also talks about being the only woman at the table early on in her career, competing in a male dominated industry and her tangible advice for entrepreneurs. Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 More about Barbara Corcoran: http://www.barbaracorcoran.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
21/05/201939 minutes 22 seconds
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Arianna Huffington, Thrive Global

Arianna Huffington has broken norms for decades. A Greek immigrant, Huffington built a successful media empire as the co-founder and editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post, has written 15 books and is now starting a new chapter with her health and wellness initiative, Thrive Global. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
14/05/201930 minutes 16 seconds
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Wendy Williams: TV Host, The Wendy Williams Show

Released: June 4, 2018 Wendy Williams is a major media mogul, an entrepreneur, and a self-described "hellcat on daytime TV." She's known today for her widely popular talk show that's now in its 9th season, The Wendy Williams Show, and has held a prominent career in media and entertainment ever since her since she got her start working at her college radio station. On this episode, Wendy gets candid about her career and having to make tough decisions. She also defines what success means to her and why she believes women need to have stronger voices. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Brooke Brennen, Health Coach and Founder of Brooke Brennan Wellness Find out more: http://brookebrennanwellness.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-wi
07/05/201949 minutes 58 seconds
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Melinda Gates: The three most important conversations in my life

Released Oct, 15, 2018 When Melinda Gates learned about the creativity involved in coding in high school, her interests in STEM really took hold. After graduating with a BS and an MBA from Duke University, she took a job at Microsoft, became the General Manager of Information Products and also met her husband Bill Gates. Today, Melinda is the Co-Chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and created her own investment and incubation company Pivotal Ventures in 2015. On this episode, Melinda opens up about the most important conversations she's had in her career, how Bill reacted when she told him she was leaving Microsoft, why philanthropy has always been embedded in her ethos, and the one thing she would do to change the world right now. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Marguerite Adzick Founder & CEO of Addison Bay Find out more: www.addisonbay.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to NoLimitswithRJPodcast@
30/04/201951 minutes 31 seconds
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Jessica Alba, Honest Company Co-Founder & Actress

Released Aug 28, 2017 She's a Golden Globe nominated actress turned entrepreneur who is responsible for creating the multi-billion dollar enterprise that is the Honest Company. Jessica Alba has become synonymous with her wellness brand and under her leadership, the Honest Company has become an empire...so how did she do it? On this episode, Alba gets candid about her early childhood influences, her first heartbreak, her leadership style and she shares her best (and worst) advice. Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
23/04/201923 minutes 41 seconds
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Anna Chlumsky, Actress

Released Apr 25, 2017 Emmy nominated actress Anna Chlumsky first gained notoriety when she was only 10 years old when she starred in the movie "My Girl" alongside Macaulay Culkin. To the outside world it may have seemed like she was well on her way, but by the time she got to college at the University of Chicago (with Rebecca!) she had sworn off acting. After graduating, she moved to New York to work for Zagat and potentially pursue a career in publishing. After two years in the publishing world, she began to rediscover her love of acting. She started to pursue her craft with full force, honing her talent with classes and by performing free shows for the experience. Today she is one of the stars of HBO's Emmy-nominated comedy "Veep" which is entering its sixth season. Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
16/04/201941 minutes 3 seconds
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Robin Roberts, Co-Anchor of 'Good Morning America'

Released Jun 27, 2017 You may know Robin Roberts as an Emmy Award winning journalist and the co-anchor of ABC’s "Good Morning America," the # 1 morning show. But she's also the founder of Rock’n Robin Productions and host of the "Everybody’s Got Something" podcast. Robin has also penned two books in which she shares her battle against a life-threatening illness and her inspiring return to the "GMA" anchor desk. In this episode, Robin talks about learning when to let go, overcoming fear and beating the odds. Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
09/04/201955 minutes 7 seconds
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Issa Rae, Founder of Issa Rae Productions, Creator & Star of HBO's "Insecure"

Released Aug 01, 2017 Issa Rae is doing it all. In addition to being the creator, co-writer and star behind HBO's "Insecure," she's also a bestselling author and has a popular YouTube channel garnering millions of views. After graduating from Stanford in 2007, she received a theater fellowship at The Public Theater and then worked odd jobs between business school and law school until her web series "The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl" went viral. Funded through Kickstarter, the web series went on to win the Shorty Award for Best Web Show in 2013. Issa discusses her journey to "Insecure" and how her determination helped her land a show on HBO. Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
02/04/201921 minutes 54 seconds
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Kate Hudson: Actress & Fabletics Co-Founder

This is a rebroadcast of Ep. 16. This episode was first released on April 11, 2017. Oscar nominated actress turned businesswoman Kate Hudson grew up in a family of artists and found her love of performing at a young age. After being accepted into New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, she convinced her parents Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell to let her defer for a year to travel and pursue acting. Shortly after, she landed her breakout role as Penny Lane in "Almost Famous" which earned her an Academy Award nomination. Hudson's passion for fitness and supporting women led her to co-found Fabletics, a high-performance lifestyle brand. The company has recently announced its expansion into extended sizes. Hudson talks about growing up in Colorado, her acting bucket list and her vision for Fabletics' future. Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Fabletics: https://www.fabletics.com Fabletics on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook: @Fabletics Kate Hudson o
26/03/201929 minutes 32 seconds
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Karlie Kloss: Why young women should learn to code

This is a rebroadcast of Ep. 100. This episode was first released on Nov. 12, 2018. Supermodel Karlie Kloss was discovered when she was only 13 years old and since then has become one of the most recognizable faces in the world. From walking the runways for top designers to modeling in international campaigns to appearing on the cover of countless magazines, Karlie has developed a platform that extends across the globe. Off the runway Karlie is passionate about STEM, she began taking coding classes a few years ago and found it so rewarding she decided to create Kode With Klossy - a nonprofit program offering free summer coding camps for teenage girls. What started out as a one-time scholarship has turned into 50 coding camps in 25 cities across the country, in less than 4 years. On this episode, Karlie opens up about her modeling career, creating Kode With Klossy and why it's important to teach girls how to code; plus she talks Project Runway and what’s next for her personal life and
19/03/201935 minutes 35 seconds
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Jennifer Hyman, CEO and Co-Founder of Rent The Runway

“This is a rebroadcast of Ep. 56. This episode was first released on Oct 31, 2017.” If the average woman only wears about 20% of her closet, what happens to the other 80%? You might not need it anymore. CEO and Co-founder of Rent the Runway Jennifer Hyman says closets might become a thing of the past. Hyman's idea for Rent the Runway began while she was still a student at Harvard Business School and one of her first meetings involved pitching Diane von Furstenberg. On this episode, Hyman opens up about her belief in experience over ownership, offers tips on seeking venture funding as an entrepreneur, and her view of the future of retail. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Abby Wallach, Executive Producer and Co-Founder, ScentInvent Technologies. Find out more: http://www.lingerfragranceprimer.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] This episode was first released on Oc
12/03/201951 minutes 50 seconds
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#126 : CROSSOVER: No Limits x Skimm'd from The Couch

It's a special crossover edition of No Limits and Skimm'd from The Couch! Carly Zakin and Danielle Weisberg were in their mid-twenties when they quit their jobs at NBC to create theSkimm, in their New York City apartment with no plan B. What was once known as project TBD became a daily newsletter that is sent out to over 7 million subscribers and has transformed the way female millennials receive news. On this episode, co-founders and co-CEOs, Carly and Danielle discuss how they got the courage to quit their jobs at NBC to pursue entrepreneurship, what it was like to build theSkimm and they provide insight into their partnership and what to look for in a co-founder. After you listen to this episode check out Skimm'd from The Couch where Danielle and Carly interview Rebecca on this week's episode. Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chi
05/03/201946 minutes 45 seconds
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#125: One King's Lane Co-Founder & In The Groove Founder, Susan Feldman: Building a company

Susan Feldman worked in retail for over two decades serving as the President of Sales for Ralph Lauren’s sleepwear line before deciding to try her hand at entrepreneurship. At the age of 53, Feldman co-founded One King’s Lane, a home décor business that sold to Bed, Bath & Beyond in 2016 leaving her with a tough decision to make…what to do next? On this episode, Feldman discusses starting her new company In The Groove, tips on being a successful entrepreneur and the invaluable lessons she has learned in the process. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Precious Owodunni, Founder & President, Mountaintop Consulting Find out more: https://www.mtopconsulting.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief
26/02/201926 minutes 25 seconds
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#124: VaynerMedia Chief Heart Officer, Claude Silver: Finding a mentor

Claude Silver became the first ever Chief Heart Officer of VaynerMedia in 2014 where she is the right hand to Gary Vaynerchuk and mentor to almost 1000. Silver was managing a grocery store in San Francisco and studying clinical and transpersonal psychology before being offered a job in advertising by a customer just before the rise of the dotcom boom. On this episode she talks about what it means to be a chief heart officer, overcoming limiting beliefs and fear of networking plus advice on finding a mentor. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneurs of the Week: Bianca Gates, Co-Founder & CEO; Marisa Sharkey, Co-Founder & COO; Birdies Slippers Find out more: https://birdiesslippers.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist a
19/02/201937 minutes
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#123: Hello Alfred Co-Founders: Knowing when to be persistent

Marcela Sapone and Jessica Beck created the idea for Hello Alfred on a piece of paper with stick figure drawings while attending Harvard Business School. They got their start by slipping postcards under doors in Boston to promote their services, and later decided they wanted to cancel the business for multiple reasons. But it was too late, their customers were already hooked, leaving these co-founders with no choice but to press on. On this episode, Sapone and Beck discuss how they built Hello Alfred from the ground up, working every job in the company, how they turned down multiple investors for not supporting their human-centered vision and the craziest thing someone has asked their Alfred to do. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Sashee Chandran, Founder of Tea Drops Find out more: https://www.myteadrop.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe
12/02/201948 minutes 14 seconds
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#122: HBO EVP & CFO, Jessica Holscott: Are you having fun and are you still learning?

Fresh out of the University of Dayton, Jessica Holscott cycled through a variety of positions at GE while working in the Financial Management Program, allowing her to combine her love of finance with her new found love of media. In October 2018, Jessica was named the first female CFO of HBO, attributing much of her success to her mother who raised her on her own throughout middle and high school, working two jobs and showing a young Jessica what it means to work hard. On this episode, Jessica discusses how her mother’s work ethic helped her land her first job at GE, and why listening more and speaking less has proved to be extremely beneficial in her career. Plus the two questions that have guided her career. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Erin Joy, Found of Black Dress Partners Find out more: http://blackdresspartners.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations [email protected] Don’t forge
05/02/201944 minutes 17 seconds
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#121: Yumi Co-Founders Angela Sutherland and Evelyn Rusli: Starting over

After several years of working in private equity, Angela Sutherland never thought she would one day become the co-founder of a baby food company. However, when Sutherland became pregnant with her first child, she realized the gap in the market of easily accessible food that is also nutritionally sound. After doing some research and pitching the problem to her longtime friend Evelyn Rusli, the two decided to create Yumi, an organic baby food company with weekly deliveries. On this episode, Sutherland and Rusli discuss their decisions to leave their careers in private equity and journalism, respectively, for the life of an entrepreneur and how their “immigrant motors” have been their number one motivator along the way. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Brittany Cobb, founder of FleaStyle Find out more: https://fleastyle.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations [email protected] Don’t forget to
29/01/201949 minutes 8 seconds
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#120: LinkedIn CMO Shannon Brayton: Forgoing the traditional route

Shannon Brayton has served as the Chief Marketing Officer of LinkedIn since 2015. Her previous credentials include multiple big name tech firms and startups, such as Intuit, Yahoo!, eBay, and OpenTable. At the age of 19, Shannon began working full time during the day and attending college classes at night, opting for a less traditional route. On this episode, Shannon discusses how she navigated hard decisions of when and how to leave a company, emphasizes the importance of transparency within teams, and hits on how to figure out when it’s time to make a change and recognizing complacency. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Tracy Trellis, CEO and Founder of Trellis Beauty Find out more: https://www.trellisbeauty.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebe
22/01/201947 minutes 42 seconds
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Introducing 'The Dropout'

Rebecca has a special message about a new podcast three-years-in the making. It's called "The Dropout" and you can subscribe here: https://apple.co/2FAlmjZ Launching January 23, 2018, "The Dropout" tells the story of the rise and fall of former Silicon Valley star Elizabeth Holmes, the youngest self-made female billionaire. She dropped out of Stanford to launch her company Theranos -- claiming her technology could detect hundreds of diseases from a drop or two of blood. If it worked, she would have changed healthcare forever. But today, Elizabeth Holmes is under criminal indictment. She pleaded not guilty, but is facing up to 20 years in prison on wire fraud charges. So how did it all come crashing down? In exclusive interviews with former employees, investors and patients, and in never-before-aired depositions from the people at the center of this story -- including Elizabeth herself -- you’ll hear an unbelievable story of fame and ambition gone terribly wrong. Learn more about you
16/01/20194 minutes 40 seconds
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#119: Nextdoor Sarah Friar: Being a risk taker

Sarah Friar spent six years as the CFO of Square before becoming the CEO of Nextdoor in October 2018. From actual gold mines to Goldman Sachs to Salesforce, Sarah's experience has taken her around the world, but CEO wasn’t necessarily a title she had her sights set on. On this episode, Sarah discusses her path to the c-suite, learning to be a risk taker and handling the tradeoffs along the way. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Jules Miller, CEO and Founder of The Nue Co. Find out more: https://www.thenueco.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News. Follow Rebecca Jarvis: www.Instagram.com/RebeccaJarvis www.Twitter.com/RebeccaJarvis www.F
15/01/201946 minutes 3 seconds
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#118: ClassPass Founder and Executive Chairman, Payal Kadakia: How to set an intention and execute

Payal Kadakia struggled to find a dance class to take in New York City, leading her to leave her life in corporate America to found ClassPass, an app, and website that compiles fitness classes and makes finding and booking one easier than ever. On this episode, Payal discusses her two failed attempts to create this platform that now exists in over 80 cities worldwide, finding third times the charm to ring true in her life. She shares the doubts she faced while on her journey to entrepreneurship and how staying focused on the mission versus the product has transformed the way she thinks about business. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: The Event Company Find out more: www.TheEventCompanySD.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It's easy, just click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy
08/01/201941 minutes 43 seconds
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#117: Vice Media CEO Nancy Dubuc: Navigating your career

Nancy Dubuc spent nearly 20 years at A&E Networks, 5 of those as CEO before her desire to start a new chapter in led her to Vice Media. Dubuc joined the company as CEO in 2018. Throughout her career in the media industry, Dubuc has held a number of different roles in a variety of departments, using process of elimination and advice from mentors, to find out her true passion. On this episode, Nancy shares her career path and how she has made decisions along the way. She delves into the choice to leave A&E Networks for Vice Media. Plus her vision for the company and what she sees for the future of Vice Media. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Kelly Peeler, Founder and CEO of NextGenVest. Find out more: https://www.nextgenvest.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA J
02/01/201951 minutes 16 seconds
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#116: Angie Mar: How to reinvent

Angie Mar is the executive chef and owner of The Beatrice Inn. But her path to the culinary industry wasn’t so clear cut. At the age of 18, Mar entered corporate America with one goal: to make money. After nine years working in corporate real estate, she decided it was time for a change of scene and took some time to travel and find that next step. While in Spain, Mar discovered her love for cooking, and would later go on to purchase a piece of New York history, The Beatrice Inn, transforming it into her very own chophouse. On this episode, she discusses how she made the transition from real estate to cooking, making the decision to do a complete career 180, learning to stay true to her vision, how she came to buy The Beatrice Inn and the lifestyle it takes to make it work. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Courtney Bell, Founder and President of Ungraded Produce Find out more: https://ungradedproduce.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone w
26/12/201844 minutes 28 seconds
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#115: Kate Bosworth: Channeling determination

Kate Bosworth made her first on-screen appearance at the age of 14 (alongside of a then-12-year-old Scarlett Johansson) with no prior acting experience, just a love for horses and an unwavering sense of determination. From that first movie Kate fell in love with filmmaking and spent the next two decades building a career transcending genres and avoiding typecasting. On this episode, Kate discusses her start in the acting world, forging her own path, and making the difficult decision between Princeton University and Hollywood. She also talks about finding her voice as a producer and an activist. Plus what it was like co-producing her new film, NONA, alongside of her husband and the inspiration behind the project. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Anna Brockway, Co-founder Chairish Find out more: https://www.chairish.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations [email protected] Don’t forget to sub
18/12/201845 minutes 14 seconds
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#114: Debra Lee: Learning to say no

As a child, Debra Lee assumed she would spend the majority of her career practicing law to please her father. Many co-workers, friends and family thought Debra was crazy when she decided to leave her stable job at a law firm in D.C. to pursue a career in media, much less at a company many had never heard of. That company was BET. Debra went on to spend 32 years at the company, 13 of them as CEO. On this episode, Debra explains the reasons why she chose to pursue a career in media and how her path to the C-suite was formed day-by-day, facing several battles along the way. She reflects on the most difficult parts of being a CEO, and how learning to say no ultimately shaped her into a better leader. Plus her decision to leave the company. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Shawna Ohm, Founder of Que Linda Find out more: https://www.quelinda.org Don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It's easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JA
11/12/201852 minutes 36 seconds
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#113: Forerunner Ventures, Kirsten Green: From Practical to Personal

Kirsten Green is the venture capitalist behind Reese Witherspoon’s Draper James, Emily Weiss’s Glossier, Tyler Haney’s Outdoor Voices and dozens of other companies. Throughout her life, she has always classified herself as a practical and number-oriented individual. Instead of taking a year off after college, like many of her friends, Kirsten opted for a more financially stable route. She took a job at Deloitte & Touche, earned her CPA and later went on to work in investments for Banc of America Securities during the rise of the dotcom bubble. But due to consolidation across the banking industry, Kirsten’s team was dismantled, leaving her panicked and completely up-ended. On this episode, Kirsten discusses the period of internal reflection that occurred after being laid-off, leading to a revelation of her love for people and relationships. She discusses her decision to take a leap of faith, pursue her own business, ultimately leading her to start Forerunner Ventures, a venture capitali
04/12/201842 minutes 38 seconds
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#112: Ricki Lake: Learning to persevere and pivot

Ricki Lake began her career as a freshman in college when she landed the role of Tracy Turnblad in the cult classic film Hairspray. The movie launched Lake's decades-long career in the entertainment industry as she went on to become one of the most well-known talk show hosts in the country with "The Ricki Lake Show". Today she has found a new passion in documentary filmmaking where she is tackling controversial and thought provoking topics. In this episode, Lake talks about rising up in the entertainment industry, how authenticity has been integral to her career, the life-changing advice she received from Hairspray director John Waters, overcoming loss and her latest project "Weed the People". Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneurs of the Week: Ladan Davia, CEO of Beeya Find out more: https://www.beeya.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It
27/11/201836 minutes 27 seconds
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#111: ABC News' Paula Faris: Journeys of Faith

ABC News' Paula Faris is an Emmy-Award winning journalist who has reported on some of the most important stories of the last decade. She grew up in Jackson, Michigan and started out behind the scenes; shooting, editing and producing. She worked for a number of affiliates over the first ten years of her career before moving to ABC News where she would become the co-anchor of "Good Morning America's" weekend edition and also co-host of "The View." Recently Faris made the decision to redirect her path at ABC News and has launched a brand new podcast called "Journeys of Faith," which explores how people lean on faith and spirituality to guide them through the best and worst times in life. On this episode Paula talks about making the choice to move from behind the camera to in front, overcoming insecurities, growing her career at ABC and making the choice to step-down from "Good Morning America" and "The View," plus how she came to launch "Journeys of Faith." Congratulations to our No Li
20/11/201856 minutes 32 seconds
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#110: Karlie Kloss: Why young women should learn to code

Supermodel Karlie Kloss was discovered when she was only 13 years old and since then has become one of the most recognizable faces in the world. From walking the runways for top designers to modeling in international campaigns to appearing on the cover of countless magazines, Karlie has developed a platform that extends across the globe. Off the runway Karlie is passionate about STEM, she began taking coding classes a few years ago and found it so rewarding she decided to create Kode With Klossy – a nonprofit program offering free summer coding camps for teenage girls. What started out as a one-time scholarship has turned into 50 coding camps in 25 cities across the country, in less than 4 years. On this episode, Karlie opens up about her modeling career, creating Kode With Klossy and why it's important to teach girls how to code; plus she talks Project Runway and what’s next for her personal life and career. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneurs of the Week: Leandres Chri
13/11/201833 minutes 35 seconds
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#109: Airbnb COO, Belinda Johnson: How to take risks in your career

Belinda Johnson had her career set as a lawyer until she pitched herself to Mark Cuban to join his new web company Broadcast.com in 1996. When the company sold to Yahoo she stayed on for 12 years, with 10 of those spent as Deputy General Counsel. She joined Airbnb in 2011 as General Counsel and was named the company's first ever COO earlier this year. In her first podcast interview ever, Belinda opens up about her career turning point and pitching herself to Mark Cuban, why she decided to leave Yahoo, the moment she realized she wanted to work for Airbnb, and what she believes is the best way to ask for help. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Victoria Gregory, Co-Founder of Coffee Cookie Find out more: https://www.coffeecookie.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT R
06/11/201837 minutes 45 seconds
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#108: Venture Capitalist Theresia Gouw: How to make the tech industry more inclusive

Theresia Gouw was born in Indonesia, grew up in Buffalo and is now one of the richest female venture capitalists in the country. She earned her degree in Engineering from Brown University in a 90% male, 10% female graduating class (the first in her high school to attend the university) before moving out west to attend Stanford Business School and later become the first female managing partner at Accel Partners which was one of Facebook’s earliest investors in 2005. On this episode, Theresia opens up about leaving Accel to co-found her own firm Aspect Ventures, the importance of creating an inclusive culture in the tech industry, and what she believes are the hottest sectors for VC investment today. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Piraye Yurttas Beim, Founder and CEO of Celmatix Find out more: www.celmatix.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe
30/10/201846 minutes 34 seconds
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#107: Kendra Scott: How to overcome fear after failure

When Kendra Scott set out to build her jewelry company, she had 3 priorities: family, fashion, and giving back to the community. What began as a business created out of her spare bedroom has now turned into a billion dollar jewelry brand set to have 90 stores by the end of this year. On this episode, Kendra opens up about knowing she wanted to be in the fashion industry as a young girl, starting Kendra Scott with a newborn baby, overcoming failure from her first business, how Dolly Parton's '9 to 5' has influenced her and why she believes in supporting women at every stage of their life. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Hillary France, CEO & Founder of Brand Assembly Find out more: http://www.brandassembly.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It's easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecc
23/10/201839 minutes 12 seconds
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#106: Melinda Gates: The three most important conversations in my life

When Melinda Gates learned about the creativity involved in coding in high school, her interests in STEM really took hold. After graduating with a BS and an MBA from Duke University, she took a job at Microsoft, became the General Manager of Information Products and also met her husband Bill Gates. Today, Melinda is the Co-Chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and created her own investment and incubation company Pivotal Ventures in 2015. On this episode, Melinda opens up about the most important conversations she's had in her career, how Bill reacted when she told him she was leaving Microsoft, why philanthropy has always been embedded in her ethos, and the one thing she would do to change the world right now. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Marguerite Adzick Founder & CEO of Addison Bay Find out more: www.addisonbay.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don'
16/10/201848 minutes 42 seconds
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#105: Mars, Inc. Victoria Mars: How to work with your family

Victoria Mars is a fourth generation member of the Mars family, who created one of the oldest family businesses in the world, Mars, Incorporated. Victoria Mars grew up knowing that her father ran a chocolate factory, but it was only later in her teenage years that she realized that her family business was behind everyone's candy favorites like Twix, Snickers, Skittles and M&M's. She grew up an "average kid," as her father tried to keep business separate from family. On this episode, Victoria opens up about finding her place in the family business, the secret to a lasting business, and how she learned to make choices at different stages of her life and career. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Hannah Marjon, Founder and Designer of Seven Swim Find out more: https://sevenswimwear.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy
09/10/201836 minutes 1 second
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#104: Refinery29 Co-Founder Christene Barberich: How to execute your vision

Christene Barberich is the Global Editor in Chief of Refinery29 but was also one of the original Co-Founders of the award-winning lifestyle media company back in 2005. She came from the publishing world holding positions at places like Gourmet Magazine, The New Yorker and The New York Post. On this episode, Christene opens up about why she decided to make the leap from print to digital, the importance of balancing feedback while staying true to your own vision, and gets candid about her struggles with fertility. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Karli Mullane, Founder of Galuxsee.com Find out more: http://www.galuxsee.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ corresponde
02/10/201836 minutes 38 seconds
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#103: Karolina Kurkova: Finding confidence

Karolina Kurkova came from a small town in Czech Republic outside of Prague. But before she knew it, she was gracing the runways in London, Paris and New York as a model and landed her first American Vogue cover when she was just 16 years old. On this episode, Karolina takes us inside her first meeting with Anna Wintour, her journey in the fashion industry, and venturing into the world of entrepreneurship as a Co-Founder of Gryph & IvyRose. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Heidi Zak, co-founder and co-CEO of ThirdLove Find out more: https://www.thirdlove.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News. Follow Rebecca Jarvis: www.Instagram.com/Rebe
25/09/201835 minutes 25 seconds
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#102: Jo Malone: How to prove them wrong

Jo Malone grew up surrounded by creative people. Her father was an artist and a magician, her mother worked in the beauty industry, and Jo was just 8 years old when a facialist asked her to create her very first face mask. Years later, Jo went on to set up her own clinic with just 12 clients which grew to over 500 before eventually going onto create her eponymous company and eventually selling it to Estee Lauder Companies in 1999. On this episode, Jo opens up about walking away from her namesake company in 2006, launching her new bath, body and candle collection Jo Loves, making mistakes, and she shares one of the best pieces of advice she got from Oprah. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Anna Zukowski, Founder of Petersun Swim Find out more: www.petersunswim.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http:
18/09/201843 minutes 1 second
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#101: GMA Day Anchor Sara Haines Turns The Tables

In this episode Sara Haines, the new co-host of GMA Day, turns the tables on Rebecca asking her all of your burning questions. Rebecca opens up about her journey from finance to journalism: from growing up in Minneapolis to her first job in Chicago and to landing her dream job in New York City. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Vaishali Umrikar, Founder of The Empowerment Bag Find out more: www.theempowermentbag.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News. Follow Rebecca Jarvis: www.Instagram.com/RebeccaJarvis www.Twitter.com/RebeccaJarvis www.Facebook.com/RebeccaJarvis https://www.linkedin.com/in/rebecca-jarvis-217ba052/ Snapchat: RebeccaJarvis
11/09/201852 minutes 3 seconds
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#100: Best of "No Limits"

We've made it to our 100th episode! For this special episode we went back and pulled some of our favorite moments over the last year and half. Arianna Huffington [3:07] was episode one of the podcast and kicks off this episode sharing the quote that she lives by. Actress, writer and producer Issa Rae [4:12] and Refinery29 Chief Content Officer Amy Emmerich [6:31] talk about figuring out their career paths and the importance of staying true to your voice. 23andMe co-founder Anne Wojcicki [8:43] shares the importance of perseverance and fashion designer Rebecca Minkoff [10:53] talks about finding her greatest strength. Kate Hudson [12:35] opens up about the time she lost at the Oscars and why it wasn't necessarily a bad thing. After Kate, we take a look back at our interview with TV Host Wendy Williams [14:52] who talks about compromises and when to make them, followed by the founder of The Honest Company, Jessica Alba [18:39] on turning a 'no' into a 'yes.' Former Xerox CEO and Chairman
04/09/201844 minutes 18 seconds
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#99: CEO & Founder McPherson Strategies, Susan McPherson: How to cold call and make it count

Susan McPherson believes that today it's a "must have" for companies to make difference. She founded McPherson Strategies in 2013 and has seen firsthand how businesses can be used as a force for good, working with companies like Intel, Tiffany + Co, and Kate Spade. On this episode, Susan talks how to build a business with social impact, how to get your company to pursue more social impact initiatives, the best techniques for cold calling and how to break through on Twitter. Fun fact: Susan was named one of Fortune’s Most Influential Women on Twitter, Elle Magazine's Top 25 Women on Twitter and Fast Company's 25 Smartest Women of Twitter. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Sarah Flint, Founder and CEO Sarah Flint Find out more: https://www.sarahflint.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2k
28/08/201834 minutes 32 seconds
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#98: Actress Emily Mortimer: How To Overcome Impostor Syndrome

Emily Mortimer is a born and bred Londoner who's also made her mark in Hollywood starring in films like The Pink Panther, Shutter Island, and on HBO's The Newsroom. This year, she's back on the silver screen starring in "The Bookshop" and in "Mary Poppins Returns" alongside Emily Blunt, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Meryl Streep. On this episode, Emily opens up about overcoming impostor syndrome, creating a production company, balancing her career as a mother and actress, and shares advice she'd give to her younger self. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Nicole Walcott, CEO of Floating Shanti Find out more: https://www.floatingshanti.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ corres
21/08/201840 minutes 39 seconds
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BONUS: Hint Inc. CEO & Founder, Kara Goldin: When to Launch a Storefront

Kara Goldin is the Founder and CEO of Hint Water, a company she founded in 2005 that has grown astronomically ever since. She's back on the No Limits podcast for a special bonus episode to talk about the company's newest venture: their very first store that's just opened in the Cow Hollow/Marina district of San Francisco. On this episode, Kara gets candid about the benefits of opening a store in a time where everything seems to be going digital, the process of choosing a store's location, and why she believes the store offers Hint another opportunity to tell the brand's story. Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News. Follow Rebecca Jarvis: www.Instagram.com/RebeccaJarvis www.Twitter.com/RebeccaJarvis www.Facebook.com/RebeccaJarvis https://www.linkedin.com/in/rebecca-jarvis-217ba052/ Sna
17/08/201818 minutes 43 seconds
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#97: Venture Capitalist, Annie Lamont: How to Get Funding for Your Company

Annie Lamont has over 30 years in the venture capital industry under her belt, and now works as the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Oak HC/FT managing over $1 billion in assets. The Stanford grad realized her passion for working in the VC world early on in her career and has become a renowned healthcare and FinTech investor working with companies like VillageMD, Poynt, and Precision Medicine Group. On this episode, Annie opens up about working with Steve Jobs in her early 20s, how to break in the venture capital industry, when companies should pursue VC firms for funding, and the biggest mistake companies make when asking for money. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Olivia Landau, Founder & CEO of The Clear Cut Find out more: http://www.theclearcut.co/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/
14/08/201835 minutes 59 seconds
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#96: Editor-in-Chief Architectural Digest, Amy Astley: How to Build a Brand and Navigate Office Politics

Having spent nearly three decades inside of Condé Nast, Amy Astley is a media industry titan. Growing up as a trained ballet dancer and the daughter of an artist, she has long been engaged in the world of art and design. Amy began her career at House & Garden magazine before joining Vogue under the legendary Anna Wintour (who would become her mentor). She went on to become the founding editor of Teen Vogue and is now the Editor-in-Chief of Architectural Digest. On this episode, Amy shares how to get your foot in the door with no connections, navigating dreaded office politics, her top advice for young people and women, the importance of not comparing yourself to others, and what her first meeting with Anna Wintour was like. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Dr. Latisha Rowe, Founder and CEO The Rowe Network Find out more: www.rowedocs.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] D
07/08/201839 minutes 29 seconds
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#95: Jetblack CEO, Jenny Fleiss: How to Build a Company Within a Company

Jenny Fleiss describes herself as an "entrepreneur at heart," a title that goes back to when she decided to launch a lemonade stand at just 8 years old. Jenny later went on to Harvard Business School where she met her Rent the Runway co-founder Jenn Hyman and launched a company to revolutionize women's wardrobes. She's since left the day-to-day operations of Rent the Runway (but remains on the board) and is now the CEO and Co-Founder of Jetblack, a company within Walmart's startup incubator that acts as a personal shopper - all over text message. On this episode, Jenny opens up about creating a company inside of Walmart, her decision to leave Rent the Runway, her tips for entrepreneurs, her thoughts on using business school as a career pivot and more. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Courtney Kates, Founder and Designer of Maison Du Soir Find out more: https://maisondusoir.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nomination
31/07/201832 minutes 50 seconds
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#94: Cuyana Co-Founders, Karla Gallardo and Shilpa Shah: Not Selling On Amazon

Karla Gallardo and Shilpa Shah founded their clothing company Cuyana with the philosophy "fewer, better things." After noticing a gap in the fashion industry between quality and price point they set out to create a brand that actually encourages customers to buy less and take care of the things they purchase. On this episode, they discuss the oftentimes not-so-glamorous life of an entrepreneur, why they made the decision NOT to sell on Amazon, how they've overcome the biggest challenges when it comes to starting a business and more. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Gabrielle Goodwin, CEO and President of GaBBY Bows Find out more: https://gabbybows.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz,
24/07/201842 minutes 57 seconds
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#93: Tyler Haney: CEO and Founder, Outdoor Voices

Tyler Haney founded her activewear brand Outdoor Voices in 2013 and has managed to make her mark in a relatively short span of time. The company has become a stand-out, claiming its spot among industry giants like Nike, Adidas, and Lululemon. They've even caught the attention of big name retailers like J.Crew. Haney's goal was to make workout clothes that inspired people to be more active on a daily basis; whether jogging, hiking, yoga or even dog walking, Haney's philosophy has manifested in the company's hashtag #DoingThings. On this episode, she opens up about entrepreneurship, how she handles stress, what it takes to start a company from scratch and the biggest lessons she's learned throughout her experience growing a business. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Lauren McGoodwin, Founder & CEO of Career Contessa Find out more: http://www.careercontessa.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to NoLimitswithRJP
17/07/201832 minutes 14 seconds
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#92: Melissa Mash, Deepa Gandhi, Jessy Dover: Co-Founders, Dagne Dover

When Melissa Mash was working at Coach, she noticed that people would often talk about different "handbag problems," from keys scratching their laptops to never being able to find their wallets. In 2013, Melissa partnered with Jessy Dover and Deepa Gandhi to co-found Dagne Dover, a direct to consumer handbag brand that combines fashion with functionality. On this episode, the founders open up about what it was like to design their first two products and what the development process looks like today. They also describe how their different strengths benefit the team and why word of mouth has always been their number one acquisition channel. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Shannon Wilburn, CEO and Co-Founder of Just Between Friends Franchise Systems, Inc Find out more: http://www.justbetweenfriends.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us
10/07/201844 minutes 44 seconds
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#91: Reshma Saujani: CEO & Founder, Girls Who Code

With women making up less than 20% of the tech workforce, Reshma Saujani launched Girls Who Code to close that gender gap. She launched the company in 2012 as an 8 week program for high school women and today it has skyrocketed, reaching nearly 90,000 girls across all 50 states. On this episode, Reshma opens up about how she was rejected from Yale Law School 2 times before getting accepted, how her parents instilled a spirit of aspiration in her, the importance of bouncing back after failure, and why she believes coding is "the secret American Dream." Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Karina Cabrera Bell, Founder & CEO of Reach Mama Network Find out more: www.reachmama.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist
03/07/201833 minutes
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#90: Nicole Richie: Fashion Designer & Founder, House of Harlow 1960

Nicole Richie grew up in Los Angeles around a lot of celebrities and became a household name when she starred in the 5 season reality series 'The Simple Life' alongside Paris Hilton. Since then, Nicole has guest starred in many TV series, written two novels, and launched her brand House of Harlow 1960 in 2008. By 2010, the brand expanded to also include apparel and footwear and now includes home fragrances, eye wear, and tech accessories. On this episode, Nicole opens up about how her idea of success has evolved over the years, having to prove herself when she first launched House of Harlow, the importance of being present in all of her commitments, and why she's let go of trying to be everything to everyone. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Kristi Kohut, Artist & CEO Kristi Kohut Studio Find out more: http://kristikohut.studio/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forg
26/06/201841 minutes 6 seconds
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#89: Christina Applegate, Actress

Christina Applegate started acting at just 3 months old but gained widespread notoriety for playing Kelly Bundy on the hit show Married with Children. Since then, she's starred in major Hollywood films including The Sweetest Thing, Anchorman, and Bad Moms. On this episode, Christina opens up about building her career, growing up in the spotlight, being a breast cancer survivor, her ongoing battle with insomnia, and why she's recently taken a step out of the spotlight. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Suzie Welsh, Founder and CEO of BINTO Find out more: https://mybinto.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News. Follow Rebecca Jarvis: Instagram.co
19/06/201831 minutes 16 seconds
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#88: Brooklyn Decker and Whitney Casey: Co-Founders, Finery

Actress and model Brooklyn Decker teamed up with former news anchor Whitney Casey to create Finery, the world's first automated online wardrobe platform. Finery keeps track of your closet, online shopping and even can suggest outfits. On this episode, Brooklyn and Whitney discuss how to create and grow a brand from the ground up, the highs and lows of being an entrepreneur, growing Finery through user feedback, and finding investors (and their assistants) to get behind their idea. Check out Finery: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/finery-your-personal-wardrobe/id1311634820?mt=8 Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Nicole Biscuiti, Inventor of The Chestee Find out more: https://thechestee.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award
12/06/201842 minutes 11 seconds
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#87: Wendy Williams: TV Host, The Wendy Williams Show

Wendy Williams is a major media mogul, an entrepreneur, and a self-described "hellcat on daytime TV." She's known today for her widely popular talk show that's now in its 9th season, The Wendy Williams Show, and has held a prominent career in media and entertainment ever since her since she got her start working at her college radio station. On this episode, Wendy gets candid about her career and having to make tough decisions. She also defines what success means to her and why she believes women need to have stronger voices. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Brooke Brennen, Health Coach and Founder of Brooke Brennan Wellness Find out more: http://brookebrennanwellness.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalis
05/06/201847 minutes 24 seconds
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BONUS: How to manage your inner voice + write a bold vision statement (that you actually live up to): Wendy Leshgold and Lisa McCarthy

Wendy Leshgold and Lisa McCarthy are the founders of Fast Forward Group, a global training and coaching company that's worked with more than 10,000 top executives from major corporations including Facebook, Google, and Nike. In this episode, Lisa and Wendy share strategies to manage that negative inner voice, show us how to declare a bold vision for the future, and walk listeners through the keys of High Performance Living. Don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS:  Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News. Follow Rebecca Jarvis: Instagram.com/RebeccaJarvis Twitter.com/RebeccaJarvis Facebook.com/RebeccaJarvis https://www.linkedin.com/in/rebecca-jarvis-217ba052/ Snapchat: RebeccaJarvis Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
01/06/201846 minutes 45 seconds
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#86: Being Boss x No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

It's a special 'No Limits' 'Being Boss' crossover episode! Emily Thompson and Kathleen Shannon are both self-made, creative entrepreneurs who joined forces a little over three years ago to launch their podcast Being Boss. On the podcast, which has over 100 episodes and 3 million downloads, the co-hosts delve deep into conversations about side hustling, freelancing, and the art of blending work and life. On this crossover special, Emily and Kathleen open up about the inspiration behind their brand new book "Being Boss: Take Control of Your Work and Live Life on Your Own Terms," the importance of finding your individual path to success, why they're both big fans of making lists when they're feeling stuck, and reveal their biggest goal yet. After you listen to this episode, head over to Being Boss to hear Emily and Kathleen interview Rebecca. Being Boss: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/being-boss-mindset-habits-tactics-lifestyle-for-creative/id956310359?mt=2 Congratulations to o
29/05/201846 minutes 49 seconds
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#85: Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso X No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

It's a special 'No Limits' 'Girlboss Radio' crossover episode! Sophia Amoruso is the CEO and founder of Girlboss. She coined that term with her bestselling memoir four years ago which has sparked an important and honest conversation about leadership and what it takes to build a business. Since the publication, #Girlboss has been used over 10 million times. For this special crossover episode, we met Sophia at her offices in LA where we talked about everything from her childhood in Sacramento, to how she turned an eBay store into a multi-million dollar company, what she learned from watching her life story (or some version of it) become a Netflix series, what happened when her business went bankrupt, and how she came out even strong on the other side. After you listen to this episode, head over to Girlboss Radio where Sophia interviews Rebecca Jarvis on the latest episode.   Girlboss Radio: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/girlboss-radio-with-sophia-amoruso/id1041122387?mt=2   Con
22/05/201843 minutes 58 seconds
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#84: Amy Jain and Daniella Yacobovsky: Co-Founders, BaubleBar

As the co-founders of BaubleBar, Amy Jain and Daniella Yacobovsky know what it means to build a business with your best friend. They first met while working in investment banking before both getting accepted to Harvard Business School. The idea for BaubleBar came to them while working on a class project and after graduation, the company officially launched in 2011. The business quickly scaled to amass over 1500 orders per day and their brand can be found in 200 retailers around the world. On this episode, Amy and Daniella open up about deciding to launch BaubleBar instead of pursuing the jobs they had lined up after graduation, the downside of raising too much money when you're a founder, and why they believe their friendship has been a key driver in BaubleBar's success.   Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneurs of the Week: Melissa Harper and Christy Keswick, Co-Founders of Good Sports Find out more:  https://www.goodsports.org/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone
15/05/201829 minutes 55 seconds
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#83: Christy Turlington Burns: CEO and Founder, Every Mother Counts

Christy Turlington Burns started her career as a teenager and became one of the most famous models in the world, receiving international acclaim representing the biggest fashion and beauty brands in the world. But today Christy is a global maternal health advocate and the CEO and Founder of Every Mother Counts, a non-profit organization dedicated to making pregnancy and childbirth safe for every mother around the world. On this episode, Christy talks about the turning point in her life, why she has made maternal health her mission and her personal experiences that have shaped the woman she is today. Find out more about Every Mother Counts: https://www.everymothercounts.org/ Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Anya Babbitt, Founder and CEO of SPLT Find out more:  http://splt.io/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Cl
08/05/201848 minutes 58 seconds
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#RJANSWERS: How to reverse engineer success

26 year-old Vanesa says she doesn't know if she is on the right path. She is pursuing her dream by running her own fabric agency, but isn't able to support herself and the business without also moonlighting as an Uber driver. She's trying to figure out how to scale her business, score some bigger orders and reach her financial goals. On this episode of #RJAnswers, Rebecca shares some advice on how to reverse engineer and get on track to reach her goals. Want a chance to be on a segment of 'RJ Answers?' Send your questions to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS:  Rebecca Jarvis is ABC News’ Emmy Award - winning the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent. You can follow her on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat and LinkedIn @RebeccaJarvis Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
04/05/201817 minutes 37 seconds
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#82: Brit Morin: CEO and Founder, Brit + Co

Brit Morin found her way to Silicon Valley by answering an ad on Craigslist that led to an internship and eventually a job at Apple. She went on to work under Marissa Mayer at Google, but in the back of her mind she always knew she wanted to start a company. After four years at Google, she decided to quit and with 6 months of savings, she went off try to start a business. Now, less than 10 years later, she has created one of the largest digital media companies for women that produces hundreds of pieces of content monthly and reaches over 175 million people. So how did she do it? On this episode, Brit opens up about taking risks, building a company from the ground up, the future of technology and reinventing social networking. Brit + Co is a part of the Disney Accelerator 2017 Program. The Walt Disney Company is the parent company of ABC News. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneurs of the Week: Shannon Evans and Misty Grant, Co-Founders of Nailed It DIY Studio Find out more:
01/05/201836 minutes 51 seconds
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#81: Niki Leondakis: Equinox, CEO

Throughout her career, Niki Leondakis has worked to help people maximize their highest potential. She became CEO of the luxury lifestyle and fitness brand Equinox in 2017, bringing with her a 30+ year background in the hospitality industry including 20 years where she served as President and COO of Kimpton Hotels. On this episode, Niki opens up about her first job (a fry cook at Hardees), the time she called Marriott 12 times to find out why she was turned down for a job (then got the position), becoming the first woman to become Food and Beverage Director at Ritz Carlton, why she believes society has embraced feeling good instead of just looking good when it comes to working out, and what her job as CEO of Equinox looks like today.   Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Jennifer Mellon, Co-Founder and President, Trustify Find out more:  https://www.trustify.info/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to NoLimitswithR
24/04/201838 minutes
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BONUS: Diane Sawyer on 'My Reality: A Hidden America'

In the wake of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, the legendary Diane Sawyer and her team took the next step. They spent six months reporting across the country, speaking with women and men outside of Hollywood and politics about the threats, humiliation and sexual harassment they face while on the job. From truck drivers to waitresses to housekeepers, many of these hardworking Americas fear they would be risking their livelihood by reporting an incident...so what do they do? Diane and her team were on a mission to find solutions and tell their stories. You can watch the full report tonight, April 20th on a special edition of 20/20 at 10/9c on ABC. Find out more: https://www.disneyabcpress.com/abc/pressrelease/diane-sawyer-documents-a-hidden-reality-hard-working-women-across-america-my-reality-a-hidden-america-airs-on-a-special-edition-of-2020-friday-april/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t for
20/04/201816 minutes 48 seconds
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#80: Anne Wojcicki: CEO & Co-Founder, 23andMe

As the CEO and co-Founder of 23andMe, Anne Wojcicki wants people to learn about who they are from the inside out starting with their DNA. She combined her passion for business and science and founded 23andMe in 2006 after starting her career as a healthcare analyst on Wall Street. On this episode, Anne opens up about why she believes her decade on Wall Street was like getting a PhD, the moment she realized that she had to be part of the healthcare industry's solutions, and the importance of perseverance and needing at least a decade before beginning to see your impact. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Annie Grossman, Co-Founder & Senior Dog Trainer, School For The Dogs Find out more:  http://www.schoolforthedogs.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS:  Rebe
17/04/201832 minutes 48 seconds
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#79: Tamara Mellon: Founder, Entrepreneur, and Shoe Designer

When Tamara Mellon would give her friends wardrobe makeovers in school, it hadn't yet occurred to her that one day she would co-found the luxury shoe brand, Jimmy Choo. Armed with a ?£150,000 loan from her father, 27 year old Tamara teamed up with Jimmy Choo, an East London shoe cobbler, and launched the company in 1996. 16 years later, she left the company and in 2016 (after a failed first attempt) launched her namesake shoe label by breaking industry rules and selling direct to consumer. On this episode, Tamara opens up about her journey in the fashion industry from her department store days to British Vogue and Jimmy Choo, disrupting the fashion industry and why she went digital, how she's advocating for equal pay and her advice for when you feel stuck in life. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Frances Prado, CEO and Inventor of Hanging Secrets Find out more:  https://hangingsecrets.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send you
10/04/201829 minutes 20 seconds
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#78: Sonia Syngal: President and CEO, Old Navy

As President and CEO of Old Navy, Sonia Syngal begins her day by reading customer comments every morning. She became CEO of the $7 billion, 57,000-employee business in 2017 and has lead the company to record growth. But her path to retail wasn’t always so clear. Sonia, who has a background in mechanical engineering, began her career working for a car company before eventually finding her way to Silicon Valley and eventually to Gap Inc. and then exclusively Old Navy. On this episode, Sonia opens up about why she veered from her position at Ford for grad school in Silicon Valley, career transitioning at a senior level, and what she believes it takes to become the CEO of a public company. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Hipatia Lopez, CEO of H.L. Unico LLC and Inventor of Empanada Fork Find out more:  http://www.empanadafork.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget
03/04/201837 minutes 17 seconds
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#77: Joi Gordon: CEO, Dress for Success

As the CEO of Dress for Success, Joi Gordon is making a difference in women's lives one suit at a time. The non-profit organization started 21 years ago to help women get back to work by giving them a suit and the tools they need to land a job. Today, Dress for Success is now in 163 cities in 30 countries. On this episode, Joi opens up about how she would like the company to evolve, fundraising in the non-profit world, how anyone can make an impact, and why she believes you have to be your own advocate in life. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Paris Sabo, MD; Co-Founder and COO of Dr.Brite Find out more: https://www.drbrite.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspon
27/03/201819 minutes 49 seconds
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#76: Amy Smilovic: Founder & Creative Director, Tibi

Amy Smilovic always knew she wanted to start a company and when she combined her love of business, art and fashion, Tibi was born. She came from a background in advertising where she held positions at Ogilvy & Mather and American Express before deciding to take a chance and launch her own label over 20 years ago. On this episode, Amy opens up about reinventing her entire company, the importance of understanding the mind of the consumer, the secret to brand longevity in any industry, and what aspiring designers should have in place in order to build a fashion label today. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Katie Mehnert, CEO and Founder, Pink Petro Find out more:  www.pinkpetro.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS:  Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning jo
20/03/201822 minutes 36 seconds
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#75: Erika Nardini - Barstool Sports, CEO

Erika Nardini made history in 2016 when she joined Barstool Sports as the company's first CEO and only female employee at the time. Ever since taking on that role, Erika has achieved over 8x revenue growth for the media company, 700% growth in brand advertising and 300% growth in commerce. On this episode, Erika opens up about what it's been like to build the Barstool brand today. She also examines some of the company's public controversies and discusses how they've maintained a loyal fan base of "stoolies" through brand authenticity throughout the years. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Victoria Flores, President & Co-Founder, Lux Beauty Club Find out more: https://luxbeautyclub.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winn
13/03/201831 minutes 46 seconds
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#RJANSWERS: Pay down my debt or invest in myself?

On this episode of #RJAnswers, meet 27-year-old Idil. She is an entrepreneur in the process of paying down her student loan and credit card debts while also trying to grow her company and save for a down payment on a house. She's not sure whether she should buckle down on the debt or concentrate on her business. So what should someone in her situation do? Find out on this episode of #RJAnswers. Want a chance to be on a segment of 'RJ Answers?' Send your questions to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is ABC News’ Emmy Award - winning the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent. You can follow her on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat and LinkedIn @RebeccaJarvis Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
09/03/201814 minutes 48 seconds
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#74: Tory Burch - Embrace Ambition

When Tory Burch launched her brand in 2004, she took the fashion industry by storm. She grew her brand into a worldwide success that now includes ready-to-wear, accessories, home and fragrance, shoes, and sport. From day one, Tory also made sure that social responsibility was an integral part of the company's vision. She launched The Tory Burch Foundation in 2009 and has been working ever since to empower female entrepreneurs by offering access to capital, education, and digital resources. On this episode, Tory opens up about getting her start in the fashion industry, why social responsibility should be a part of a business' bottom line, how she's empowering entrepreneurs and what it means to embrace ambition. Learn more about The Embrace Ambition Summit: http://www.toryburchfoundation.org/embraceambition/summit/ Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Marta Michelle Colon, Founder/Chief Attitude Strategist of Buena Gente Find out more:  https://www.buenagent
06/03/201836 minutes 35 seconds
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#73: Rachael Ray - Iconic TV Host, Cook and Author

Rachael Ray is an iconic TV personality, cook, bestselling author, and businesswoman who has always believed in the value of hard work. Rachael Ray says she grew up in food. She watched her grandfather and mother in the kitchen and then got her start working in the Fresh Foods Department of Macy's. It wasn't long before she was managing restaurants and teaching cooking classes at the local CBS station in Albany. By 2006, Rachael launched the Emmy Award-winning "Rachael Ray Show" which quickly became one of the top-ranked daytime shows on television. On this episode, Rachael gets candid about childhood and how she grew her career from the ground up, why she believes the American Dream is still alive, the importance of finding your niche, and how she manages the empire that she's built. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Jane Mosbacher Morris, Founder and CEO of To The Market Find out more:  https://www.tothemarket.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know so
27/02/201839 minutes 37 seconds
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#72: Deborah Roberts - Emmy Award-winning Journalist

Before Deborah Roberts was an Emmy award-winning journalist with ABC News, she was a young woman growing up in the segregated South, in the small town of Perry, Georgia. Today she travels around the world covering the most important news stories of our time, but it was those early years that helped to shape her curiosity, her drive and her desire to ask questions. On this episode, Deborah shares her experiences with integration, overcoming adversity, building an award winning career, difficult career trade-offs and balancing a demanding career with parenthood. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Ariel Lopez, CEO of 2020Shift Find out more:  https://www.2020shift.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS:  Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the
20/02/201844 minutes 9 seconds
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BONUS: Emily Chang - Breaking Up the Boys' Club of Silicon Valley

Emily Chang began writing her book "Brotopia: Breaking Up the Boys' Club of Silicon Valley" 2 years ago when a top venture capitalist told her that in order to hire more women at the firm, they would need to lower their standards.  Emily believes in the importance of representation of women in computing, and in this episode she opens up about what her book means in the #MeToo era, the stories from Silicon Valley's parties, and her journey to becoming a journalist from growing up in Hawaii to studying at Harvard. Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS:  Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
16/02/201833 minutes 21 seconds
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#71: Hannah Storm - ESPN SportsCenter Anchor

Hannah Storm has paved the way for women in sports broadcasting. She made history as the first woman to solo host a broadcast network's sports series when she hosted NBC's Major League Baseball coverage. On this episode of No Limits, Hannah shares how she went from her high school's mascot to the anchor of ESPN's SportsCenter. Hannah shares the struggles she faced along the way, the importance of having female sportscasters to identify with, and how she created her own production company and The Hannah Storm Foundation and what it takes to manage it all. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Ana Bermudez Founder & CEO, TAGit. Find out more:  www.GetTAGit.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It's easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Busi
13/02/201848 minutes 52 seconds
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#70: Linsey Davis: Emmy Award-winning Journalist, Author

Linsey Davis is a two time Emmy Award-winning journalist and ABC News correspondent. She has covered major global news stories like the Boston Marathon Bombing, the Nairobi Mall massacre, President Obama’s return to Kenya as president and the death of Michael Jackson. In addition to contributing across all ABC News platforms including World News Tonight, Good Morning America, 20/20 and Nightline, Davis is also an author who recently published her first children’s book "The World is Awake." On this episode, Linsey talks about her career, her most influential moments, and why she decided to write a children's book.   Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Amelia Deren, CEO and Founder of Amelia Rose Design, Inc. Find out more:   https://www.ameliarosedesign.com/   Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected]   Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.l
06/02/201843 minutes 33 seconds
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#69: Melissa Ben-Ishay - Baked by Melissa

When Melissa Ben-Ishay was fired from her advertising job, she turned it into an opportunity. Baked by Melissa's signature cupcakes have now sold over 100 million cupcakes, and are available at 14 retail locations. On this episode of No Limits, Melissa opens up about what it’s like to start a business with your brother, managing family and business relationships, how she comes up with innovative flavors, and what it's like to take over Instagram's Instagram account. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Melissa Mash, Co-Founder and CEO of Dagne Dover Find out more: https://www.dagnedover.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It's easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Business, Technology and Economics correspondent for ABC News. Learn
30/01/201832 minutes 2 seconds
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#RJANSWERS: Giving effective feedback

#RJANSWERS: Giving effective feedback On this episode of #RJANSWERS: How to give feedback in an effective and positive way. Not everyone responds to feedback the same way and some people will just shutdown – so how can you be critical but also get the results you want? Find out on this episode of #RJANSWERS   Want a chance to be on a segment of #RJANSWERS? Send your questions to [email protected]   Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review!   ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS:  Rebecca Jarvis is ABC News’ Emmy Award - winning the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
26/01/201811 minutes 7 seconds
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#68: Noel Wells - Triple Threat

Noel Wells is doing it all. Most recently she wrote, directed, and starred in the film Mr. Roosevelt - but many may also recognize her from her days on SNL, or as Rachel in Netflix’s Master of None. On this episode of No Limits, Noel opens up about what the early hustle looks like for aspiring actors, the pay gap in Hollywood, and the importance of having more female directors. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Tonya Cronin, Co-Founder and President of Responder Wipes Find out more:   http://www.responderwipes.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS:  Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
23/01/201829 minutes 47 seconds
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#67: Meredith Kopit Levien, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of The New York Times

As EVP and COO of The New York Times Company, Meredith Kopit Levien has made it her mission to understand where media consumption is headed. On this episode of No Limits, Meredith opens up about the NY Times and its role in the era of digital transformation, why she thinks the Weinstein story was one of the most profound moments in journalism, and how her leadership style has evolved throughout her career. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Jill Gwaltney, Founder, Rauxa Find out more: https://www.rauxa.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
16/01/201846 minutes 50 seconds
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Bonus: Live at the Overarching Success Power Lunch

No Limits brings you our first episode recorded in front of a live audience in Manhattan, New York at the Overarching Success Power Lunch. Overarching Success was created by DiAndre Tristan and Eric Archibald who are the founders and designers of Tristan Arch. This interview features: Robin Roberts: Co-anchor of Good Morning America Gabrielle Bernstein: #1 New York Times Bestselling Author Joi Gordon: CEO of Dress for Success Kimberly Blackwell: CEO of PMM Agency Eula Smith: Creator and Owner of EMS Consulting Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
12/01/201853 minutes 31 seconds
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#66: Angela Ahrendts - The Self-Proclaimed "Non-Techie" Leading Apple Retail Strategy

As SVP of Retail at Apple, Angela Ahrendts leads strategy and operations for Apple's physical and online stores, but she insists she isn't a "techie." The former Burberry CEO got her start in the fashion industry working for Donna Karan and Liz Claiborne. On this episode, Angela opens up about why she moved to New York City the day after graduation, what she told Tim Cook during their first meeting, and why she still believes in the power of putting your dreams out there. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Anjali Bindra Patel, Co-Founder of Seeing-i2i.com; Principal of Seeing-i2i LLC Find out more: www.Seeing-i2i.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It's easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS:  Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News
09/01/201829 minutes 31 seconds
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#65: Tina Brown, Vanity Fair Diaries

Tina Brown has always been an observer. She began keeping a diary at age 10, became the editor-in-chief of Tatler magazine at 25, and by 30 she moved to New York from London to become editor-in-chief of a then-struggling magazine called Vanity Fair. She went onto The New Yorker and then created Talk magazine. She also wrote the bestselling biography of Princess Diana, The Diana Chronicles and launched the award-winning digital news site The Daily Beast. Currently, she is the founder and CEO of Tina Brown Live Media which hosts the Women in the World Summit. In this episode, Tina Brown opens up about how the magazine industry has changed over time, why she believes in sharing women's stories from all over the world, and the benefits of starting a career at a small company. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Kelly Howard, CEO of EightSixtySouth Find out more: https://www.eightsixtysouth.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your n
02/01/201834 minutes 48 seconds
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#64: General Ellen Pawlikowski, Four-Star General

General Ellen M. Pawlikowski is Commander of the Air Force Materiel and one of only two women who holds the military's highest rank. But she remembers a time when she didn't even qualify for an ROTC scholarship because she was a woman. On this episode, General Pawlikowski talks about her trailblazing career in the military, how she continues to defy the odds and her ability to effectively manage a team of 80,000. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Michelle Hoerdemann, Designer and Creator of Jewelry Sculptures By: Michelle Find out more: https://jewelrysculpturesbymichelle.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News. Learn more about your ad choices.
26/12/201733 minutes 4 seconds
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#RJANSWERS: How to make sure your voice is heard

On this episode of ‘RJ Answers:' making sure your voice is heard, how to transition from college to a full time job, figuring out your personal brand and trying to find that famous work/life balance. Want a chance to be on a segment of 'RJ Answers?' Send your questions to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS:  Rebecca Jarvis is the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ correspondent for ABC News. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
22/12/201729 minutes 45 seconds
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#63: Jody Gerson - Music Maven

Jody Gerson grew up listening to artists like Frank Sinatra, The Supremes, and Diana Ross…sometimes live at her father's nightclub. Today, she's the Chairman and CEO of Universal Music Publishing Group which makes her the most senior female executive in the music industry. She has worked with artists like Alicia Keys, Rod Stewart and SZA just to name a few. On this episode of No Limits, Jody talks about her move from Sony to Universal, her decision to sign a then unknown Lady Gaga, and why she believes power ultimately means the ability to empower others. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Emma Kozlowski, Owner and Designer of Emma Lyn Designers Find out more: https://emmalyndesigns.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS:  Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winn
19/12/201740 minutes 20 seconds
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#62: Tina Sharkey - Brandless Champion 

Tina Sharkey is the co-founder and CEO of Brandless. Their mission is to bring people higher quality products for less...specifically only $3 per product. Prior to Brandless, Tina was a Venture Partner at Sherpa Capital and the CEO of Sherpa Foundry. She is currently an advisor to NewCo, Cue, TWYLA, The League, Greenhouse, Pinrose, and The Information, as well as WE Charities and the United Nations Foundation. She also sits on the Board of Directors of ipsy and Brit + Co, and is a Henry Crown Fellow and Mentor at the Aspen Institute. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: RACHEL SILVER THE CEO AND FOUNDER OF LOVE STORIES TV Find out more: https://lovestoriestv.us/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief
12/12/201739 minutes 49 seconds
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#61: Ginger Zee, ABC News Chief Meteorologist

As the Chief Meteorologist of ABC News, you've probably started some of your mornings with Ginger Zee on Good Morning America, or started your evening watching her on World News Tonight. But in her new book ‘Natural Disaster: I Cover Them, I am One,’ Ginger opens up about what audiences might not see. On this episode, Ginger shares her story from the beginning: falling in love with the weather, covering Hurricane Katrina, her lifelong battle with depression, and the importance of vulnerability and gratitude. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Jessica Gartenstein, CEO and Co-Founder of Frönen Find out more: https://eatbeenana.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS:  Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Econ corresponde
05/12/201740 minutes 58 seconds
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#60: Tracy Sun - Co-Founder, Poshmark

Tracy Sun was an aspiring neurosurgeon until an internship at a fashion startup changed everything. Today, she's the Co-founder and VP of Merchandising of Poshmark, the largest social commerce marketplace for buying and selling. Under her leadership, the company has raised nearly $160 million in funding to date. On this episode, she talks about changing her path from pre-med to fashion and tech, dealing with failure when her first startup went under, that time USPS almost shut them down and how entrepreneurs are building careers through the Poshmark app. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Co-Founder of Berk Boys Holdings LLC (Berk Boys Ice Cream) with her 7-year-old son Ryan, and President of R&J Advisory Group, Inc. Find out more: http://berkboys.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2k
28/11/201728 minutes 53 seconds
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#59: Joy Mangano - Inventor and Entrepreneur

Joy Mangano is the legendary inventor famously known for creating the Miracle Mop and countless other inventions including Huggable Hangers. She has invented and designed over $3 billion worth of products and is one of the best sellers in HSN and QVC history. Her story became widely known from David O’Rusell’s film 'Joy' where Mangano is played by Academy Award winner Jennifer Lawrence, but for the first time she is telling her own story in her new book "Inventing Joy." Find out more about Joy: http://joymangano.com/ Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Wendy Sachs, Author, Speaker and Media Strategist   Find out more: http://wendysachs.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS:  Rebecca Jarvis is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and the Chief Biz, Tech and Eco
21/11/201739 minutes 42 seconds
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#58: Gretchen Rubin - Author & Podcast Host: Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Gretchen Rubin was well on track to becoming a lawyer, but while clerking for Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, she had an epiphany - she wanted to be a writer. Fast forward to 2017 and she's written a number of books including 'The Happiness Project' her breakout book that was published in over 30 languages, sold 1.5 million copies, and spent over 2 years on the NY Times bestseller list. On this episode, she talks about her latest book 'The Four Tendencies,' the pursuit of happiness, and how she made the switch from law to the literary world. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Natalie Hughes, Founding Director of The Fashion Digital Find out more: www.thefashiondigital.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! It’s easy! Click here: http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
14/11/201739 minutes 12 seconds
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#RJANSWERS: How to make a career pivot

On this episode of 'RJ Answers:' the right way to reach out, how to make a career pivot, how to ask for help without getting brushed off and when to take that career leap. Want a chance to be on a segment of 'RJ Answers?' Send your questions to [email protected] Don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
10/11/201725 minutes 57 seconds
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#57: Taylor Dayne - Singer/Songwriter 

Taylor Dayne is a singer, songwriter, and actress who has sold 75 million singles and albums. She's had 18 singles that have reached Billboard's top 10, she's starred on Broadway, and even toured with Michael Jackson. With the 30th anniversary of her iconic hit "Tell It To My Heart" coming up, she is celebrating with a new tour, a new album and an autobiography. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Layla-Joy Williams, Founder & CEO - IYLIA Find out more: www.iylia.com Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
07/11/201727 minutes 9 seconds
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#56: Jennifer Hyman, CEO and Co-Founder of Rent The Runway

If the average woman only wears about 20% of her closet, what happens to the other 80%? You might not need it anymore. CEO and Co-founder of Rent the Runway Jennifer Hyman says closets might become a thing of the past. Hyman's idea for Rent the Runway began while she was still a student at Harvard Business School and one of her first meetings involved pitching Diane von Furstenberg. On this episode, Hyman opens up about her belief in experience over ownership, offers tips on seeking venture funding as an entrepreneur, and her view of the future of retail. Congratulations to our No Limits Entrepreneur of the Week: Abby Wallach, Executive Producer and Co-Founder, ScentInvent Technologies. Find out more: http://www.lingerfragranceprimer.com/ Want to be a featured NLEOTW? Know someone who should? Send your nominations to [email protected] Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
31/10/201750 minutes 43 seconds
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#55: Ursula Burns - History Maker

As the Former CEO & Chairwoman of Xerox, Ursula Burns made history as the first African American woman to run a Fortune 500 company. With the guidance of her single mother, Burns learned early on that education was the way out of public housing and she dreamed of becoming an engineer. She was able to make her dream a reality and reach beyond that. On this episode, she talks about her path and how she became a CEO in a heavily male dominated industry. Recently, Burns also joined Uber's board of directors and she shares her thoughts on the direction of the company. Want a chance to ask Rebecca your career questions? Send an email to [email protected] for a chance to ask Rebecca yourself on an episode of No Limits!   No Limits Entrepreneur of the week: Jenny Patinkin is a beauty expert, makeup artist, makeup brush brand founder and author of lazy perfection, the art of looking great without really trying. Find out more: https://www.jennypatinkin.com/ Know someone w
24/10/201758 minutes 38 seconds
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#54: Carolyn Everson - Facebook Exec, Fighting Fake News

Carolyn Everson is the Vice President of Global Marketing Solutions at Facebook - she's one of the top executives next to Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg. She leads Facebook's relationships with top marketers for the company's apps like Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp. She also oversees the teams focused on global partnerships, agencies, gaming and the Creative Shop. Her resume includes a list of impressive companies with executive roles at places like Microsoft and Viacom. On this episode, she talks about the moment she got the call from Sheryl Sandberg to join Facebook, overcoming confidence issues, and the importance of being an effective and enlightened leader. She also discusses Facebook ad revenue from Russia and the steps Facebook is taking to provide more clarity and controls for advertisers to help make Facebook a safer platform for sharing content. Follow Carolyn Everson on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/carolyn.everson Follow Carolyn Everson on Twitter: https:/
17/10/201744 minutes 7 seconds
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#53: Bozoma Saint John, Chief Brand Officer, Uber

Bozoma Saint John aka Boz is a true trailblazer. She's held executive roles at marquee brands like Apple, Beats and Pepsi - BuzzFeed even called her the "coolest person to ever go on stage at an Apple event." She took the job at Uber during a moment of crisis in the company and against the advice of her family, friends and mentors - so why did she do it? What’s the game plan for Uber? You’re about to find out. Follow Boz St. John on Instagram: www.Instagram.com/badassboz Follow Boz St. John on Twitter: www.twitter.com/badassboz Follow Uber on Instagram: www.instagram.com/Uber Follow Uber on Twitter: www.twitter.com/uber Want a chance to ask Rebecca your career questions? Send an email to [email protected] for a chance to ask Rebecca yourself on an episode of No Limits!   No Limits Entrepreneurs of the week: Miraya Berke and Liang Shi – Founders of Dessert Goals Find out more: http://dessertgoals.com/ Know someone who should be a featured No Limits Entrep
10/10/201747 minutes 54 seconds
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#52: No Limits/So Money Crossover: Farnoosh Torabi

Farnoosh Torabi is the host of the award winning podcast, So Money. She's also a bestselling author, money strategist, financial expert and contributor to O Magazine - plus she’s the host of CNBC's "Follow the Leader." Her financial advice has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Forbes, Time and more. On this special crossover episode, Farnoosh shares her story and early influences. She discusses everything from being born to immigrant parents, learning to manage a tight budget to being a working mom. After you listen to Farnoosh here on No Limits, head over to the So Money podcast to hear Farnoosh interview Rebecca. Enjoy! Hear Farnoosh interview Rebecca on So Money: http://apple.co/2x24yze Learn more about Farnoosh Torabi: http://farnoosh.tv/   Follow Farnoosh Torabi on Twitter: Twitter.com/FARNOOSH Like Farnoosh Torabi on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FarnooshTorabi/ Follow Farnoosh Torabi on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/farnoo
03/10/20171 hour 1 minute 10 seconds
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#51: Kate Walsh, Actress

You might know Kate Walsh from her role on ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" as Dr. Addison Montgomery or from her role of Olivia Baker on Netflix's "13 Reasons Why" – but recently she's made headlines for something else. Walsh recently chose to go public about her 2015 brain tumor diagnosis and the surgery to remove it. On this special bonus episode of ‘No Limits,’ Walsh talks about the moment she found out and how it has since changed her outlook on life. She also talks about her TV Doctors campaign with Cigna and why now, more than ever, she is an advocate for staying proactive when it comes to your health. Follow Kate Walsh on Instagram & Twitter: @KateWalsh Follow Kate Walsh on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/walshkate/ Get Kate Walsh 24/7: http://katewalsh.com/ Learn more about Kate Walsh’s partnership with Cigna: https://www.cigna.com/takecontrol/go/tv-doctors Want a chance to ask Rebecca your career questions? Send an email to [email protected] for a chance to a
29/09/201719 minutes 52 seconds
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#50: Sheila Nevins, President of HBO Documentary Films

To say that Sheila Nevins has been influential in the documentary film industry would be a vast understatement. She has supervised the production of more than 1,000 documentary programs for HBO and has won countless Emmy Awards, Academy Awards and Peabody Awards. Nevins has always been comfortable telling the stories of others, but that hasn't always been true about sharing her own story…until now. She's adding New York Times Bestseller to her list of accolades with her new book "You Don’t Look Your Age…and Other Fairy Tales" - a memoir of sorts that shares her own story through reality and fiction. She also enlisted some of her friends like Meryl Streep, Edie Falco and Diane von Furstenberg to voice stories for her audio book. Order Sheila's book: https://www.amazon.com/Dont-Look-Other-Fairy-Tales/dp/1250111307 Follow Sheila Nevins on Twitter and Instagram: @TheSheilaNevins Find out more about HBO Docs: http://www.hbo.com/documentaries Want a chance to ask Rebecca your career
26/09/201744 minutes 28 seconds
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#49: Jennifer Rudolph Walsh, The Bestseller Guru

If there's anyone that knows what it takes to have a bestselling book it's Jennifer Rudolph Walsh. She is the head of William Morris Endeavor's (WME) Worldwide Literary, Lectures and Conference Divisions and became the youngest person, and only female, to join WME's board of directors. Under Walsh's leadership, her department boasts more New York Times Best Sellers than any other agency in the world. In spearheading the launch of WME's conference division, she created national conferences for authors like Oprah Winfrey and Arianna Huffington. Her latest endeavor is the Together Tour, which will stops at ten cities this fall. Learn more about the Together Tour: http://togetherlive.com/ Twitter: @Together_Tweets Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/togetherliveevents/ Instagram: @TogetherLiveEvents Want a chance to ask Rebecca your career questions? Send an email to [email protected] for a chance to ask Rebecca on an episode of No Limits! No Limits Entrepreneur of
19/09/201746 minutes 12 seconds
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#48: Caroline Hirsch, Queen of Comedy

If you've ever heard of Jerry Seinfeld, Jay Leno or Chris Rock it's probably because of Caroline Hirsch. She is the founder and owner of Caroline's on Broadway, the renowned New York City comedy club that is famous for giving a start to some of the best comics in the industry and a staple for anyone trying to make it as a comedian. She is also the founder of the New York Comedy Festival and she created Stand Up for Heroes, a benefit for The Bob Woodruff Foundation. On this episode, Caroline gives us a look inside the comedy business, how she started Caroline's back in the 80s, her secrets to spotting talent and what it takes for a comedian to "kill" on stage. http://www.carolines.com/ Follow Caroline's on Broadway on Instagram and Twitter: @Carolineonbway Learn more about Stand Up For Heroes: http://sufh.bobwoodrufffoundation.org/ http://nycomedyfestival.com/ Want a chance to ask Rebecca your career questions? Send an email to [email protected] for a chance to as
12/09/201722 minutes 25 seconds
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#47: Joanna Coles, Chief Content Officer: Hearst

Joanna Coles is the first person ever to serve as Chief Content Officer for Hearst Magazines. That means she oversees the publication of 21 U.S magazines - including Marie Claire, Harper's Bazaar, and Cosmopolitan - and 300 magazines globally. She is also the only woman who sits on the board of Snap Inc. and she's the executive producer of Freeform's "The Bold Type." On this episode, Joanna shares how she found her path in the publication world and her advice for anyone trying to figure it out.  Follow Joanna Coles on Twitter and Instagram: @JoannaColes  Like "The Bold Type" on Facebook: facebook.com/TheBoldTypeTV Follow "The Bold Type" on Twitter: twitter.com/TheBoldTypeTV Follow "The Bold Type" Instagram: Instagram.com/TheBoldTypeTV Follow "The Bold Type" Snapchat: TheBoldTypeTV Want a chance to ask Rebecca your career questions? Send an email to [email protected] for a chance to ask Rebecca on an episode of No Limits! No Limits Entrepreneur of the week: Ka
05/09/201741 minutes 27 seconds
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#46: Jessica Alba, Honest Company Co-Founder & Actress

She's a Golden Globe nominated actress turned entrepreneur who is responsible for creating the multi-billion dollar enterprise that is the Honest Company. Jessica Alba has become synonymous with her wellness brand and under her leadership, the Honest Company has become an empire...so how did she do it? On this episode, Alba gets candid about her early childhood influences, her first heartbreak, her leadership style and she shares her best (and worst) advice. Learn more about The Honest Company: www.honest.com Follow Jessica Alba on Instagram and Twitter: @jessicaaalba Follow The Honest Company on Instagram and Twitter: @Honest Want a chance to ask Rebecca your career questions? Send an email to [email protected] for a chance to ask Rebecca on an episode of No Limits! No Limits Entrepreneur of the week: Gigi Butler, Founder, Gigi’s Cupcakes Learn more about Gigi’s Cupcakes: https://gigiscupcakesusa.com/ Know someone who should be a featured ‘No Limits’ En
29/08/201722 minutes 42 seconds
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#45: Heather McDonald, Comedian and Host of Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Heather McDonald has the Juicy Scoop! From the stand-up stage to the late night screen to making audio waves in the podcast scene, McDonald has hilariously figured out the world of entertainment. After making a name for herself as a stand-up comedian, she became a writer, producer and guest on the hugely popular E! show "Chelsea Lately" for its entire 7 year span. She's since written 2 bestselling books, has written for films by The Wayans Brothers, and is the host of the incredibly popular podcast JUICY SCOOP with Heather McDonald. On this episode, Heather talks about making it as a comedian, balancing motherhood and her busy career, creating a loyal audience and what it’s like behind the scenes on "JUICY SCOOP." For Heather McDonald Tour Dates: http://heathermcdonald.net/all-tours/ For Everything Heather McDonald: http://heathermcdonald.net/ Follow Heather McDonald on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/heathermcdonald/?hl=en Follow Heather McDonald on Twitter: https://twitt
22/08/201754 minutes 15 seconds
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#44: Kathy Giusti, Cancer Fighter and Health Care Revolutionary

In 1996, Kathy Giusti was a business executive with a one-year-old daughter at the peak of her career when she was given a death sentence. She was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a rare and fatal cancer, and told she had three years to live. Determined to live long enough so her daughter would remember her, Giusti quit her job and founded the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF) with her identical twin sister. More than 20 years later, Giusti is in remission and under her leadership, the MMRF has driven 10 new approved therapies, tripling patient lifespans. And thanks to Giusti, there has been more progress in multiple myeloma than any other cancer in recent history. Giusti also serves as the co-chair of the Harvard Business School Kraft Precision Medicine Accelerator where she is fighting all cancers and changing the world of medicine. Learn more about the MMRF: https://www.themmrf.org/ Follow Kathy on Twitter: @KathyGiusti Follow MMRF on Twitter: @theMMRF Resources K
15/08/201732 minutes 2 seconds
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#43: Juliet de Baubigny, Senior Partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

Juliet de Baubigny is a senior partner at one of the most influential venture capital firms in Silicon Valley. Her focus is to help entrepreneurs recruit the best talent to build the most iconic companies. She’s helped to construct management teams within companies like Google and Amazon,among others. She has also led a number of key initiatives within KPCB including the Kleiner Perkins Women Leaders (KPWL), which helps mentor and develop the next generation of female entrepreneurs. In this episode, de Baubigny talks about being a woman in Silicon Valley, working in the venture capital world and shares her best advice for entrepreneurs. Follow Juliet de Baubigny on Twitter: @JulietdeB1 Learn more about KPCB: kpcb.com No Limits Entrepreneur of the week: Hannah Choi, Co-founder Little Confetti Events Learn more about Little Confetti Events: http://www.littleconfettievents.com/ Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Learn more about your ad choices.
08/08/201729 minutes 21 seconds
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#42: Randi Zuckerberg, Founder & CEO of Zuckerberg Media

Randi Zuckerberg is an entrepreneur, speaker and investor. If that wasn't enough, she's also the founder & CEO of Zuckerberg Media, a radio host for her show "Dot Complicated" on SiriusXM, the executive producer of the show "Dot" on the Sprout channel and on top of it all she's a mom. Before branching out on her own, Randi was the director of marketing for Facebook where she helped to launch Facebook Live and other major marketing initiatives. She's also been on Broadway and, as a trained opera singer, oftentimes incorporates her singing talents into her speeches. On this episode, Randi talks about growing up in the Zuckerberg household, tips for overcoming failure and sings a parody of "Part of Your World" from "The Little Mermaid" (a No Limits first)! Follow Randi Zuckerberg on Twitter & Instagram: @RandiZuckerberg Follow Dot Complicated on Twitter: @dotcomplicated Check out Zuckerberg Media: http://zuckerbergmedia.com Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit
04/08/201746 minutes 19 seconds
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#41: Issa Rae, Founder of Issa Rae Productions, Creator & Star of HBO's "Insecure"

Issa Rae is doing it all. In addition to being the creator, co-writer and star behind HBO's "Insecure," she's also a bestselling author and has a popular YouTube channel garnering millions of views. After graduating from Stanford in 2007, she received a theater fellowship at The Public Theater and then worked odd jobs between business school and law school until her web series "The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl" went viral. Funded through Kickstarter, the web series went on to win the Shorty Award for Best Web Show in 2013. Issa discusses her journey to "Insecure" and how her determination helped her land a show on HBO. Follow Issa Rae on Instagram & Twitter: @IssaRae Like Issa Rae on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/issarae112 Check out Issa Rae Productions on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrtNuDTtMzVbxdROsT_D4HQ Issa Rae Presents: http://www.issarae.com/ Entrepreneur of the week: Adriana Epelboim-Levy, Founder of ALEPEL Learn more about ALEPEL: http://ww
01/08/201718 minutes 9 seconds
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#40: Candice Huffine, Model and Founder of "Project Start"

Candice Huffine is redefining the modeling industry and breaking barriers for plus-size women. Huffine has appeared in high fashion magazines like Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, W and, most recently, on the cover of Elle magazine. She's shot with major fashion photographers like Steven Meisel, starred in positive body image campaigns for Lane Bryant and has become a champion of size diversity. She is also the founder of "Project Start," a running initiative with Women's Running magazine, that encourages and inspires women to start running. In this episode, Huffine reflects on her career, the evolution of the modeling industry, and her advice for anyone overcoming a challenge. Follow Candice Huffine on Instagram and Twitter: @CandiceHuffine Find out more about Project Start: http://bit.ly/2tDK7TA Follow Project Start on Instagram: @psyougotthis Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
28/07/201729 minutes 51 seconds
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#39: Anne Fulenwider, Editor-in-Chief of Marie Claire

Anne Fulenwider has always had a passion for journalism and magazines -- she was even editor-in-chief of her high school newspaper. After graduating from Harvard University, she moved to New York and began working at The Paris Review. She eventually moved over to Vanity Fair where she spent 10 years as a senior articles editor before becoming an executive editor at Marie Claire. Fulenwider's first editor-in-chief job came in 2011 with Brides -- but not for long. Less than a year later, she returned to Marie Claire as the editor-in-chief where she remains today. In this episode, Fulenwider discusses tips for networking, her secrets for staying organized and the importance of taking a leap.   Follow Anne on Instagram & Twitter: @Annefulenwider Learn more about Marie Claire: http://www.marieclaire.com/ No Limits Entrepreneur of the week: Meredith Restein, Founder and Designer, Moonrise Jewelry Learn more about Moonrise Jewelry: http://moonrisejewelry.com/ Know someone who shoul
25/07/201738 minutes 7 seconds
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#38: Julia Steyn, CEO of Maven and VP of Urban Mobility at General Motors

Julia Steyn is the CEO of Maven, a mobility service by General Motors that gives users on-demand access to GM vehicles through an app. Under her leadership, Maven the has become one of the fastest growing personal mobility brands in North America. It's no surprise that Steyn knows what it takes to lead: The former Goldman Sachs VP joined GM in 2012 as vice president of corporate development and global mergers and acquisitions. Prior to that, Steyn was VP of Alcoa's merger and acquisitions. In this episode, Steyn discusses her leadership style, how she makes tough decisions and the future of driving, mobility and cars. Learn more about Maven: https://www.maven.com/us/ Follow Maven on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook: @DriveMaven Follow Julia Steyn on Twitter: @julia_steyn Follow General Motors on Twitter: @GM Follow General Motors on Instagram: @generalmotors No Limits Entrepreneur of the week: Andrea Meilgaard, Co-Founder of Frank Learn more about Frank: http://agencyfrank
18/07/201724 minutes
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#37: Vanessa Hudgens, Actress

Vanessa Hudgens first gained notoriety staring in Disney's 'High School Musical' trilogy, but her acting career started much earlier at the age of 8. She made her Broadway debut last year and now she's putting on a new hat as a judge on the latest season of 'So You Think You Can Dance.' In this episode, Vanessa shares what it was like growing up in the spotlight, her advice for aspiring actors, and that time she may have danced with John Travolta and Prince. She also talks about why she teamed up with EcoTools to be a #MyTrueBeauty Ambassador. Follow Vanessa Hudgens on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram: @VanessaHudgens Follow EcoTools on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram: @ecotools Learn more about #MyTrueBeauty: https://ecotools.com/get-inspired Want to be featured as a No Limits entrepreneur? Send us your nominations to [email protected]. Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
14/07/201715 minutes 51 seconds
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#36: Naomi Watts, Lisa Rubin, Liza Chasin: The women behind Netflix's 'Gypsy'

Two-time Oscar nominee Naomi Watts stars in the new Netflix series 'Gypsy'. It is produced by Liza Chasin, who is the president of US Production at Working Title Films. 'Gypsy' was created, executive produced and written by Lisa Rubin. These three women are powerhouses in the entertainment industry in their own right.  In this episode, they talk about how their careers began and the importance of creating more dynamic female characters. Follow Naomi Watts on Instagram: @NaomiWatts Follow Lisa Rubin on Instagram: @rubin.lisa Follow Lisa Rubin on Twitter: @lnr516 Follow Working Title Films on Twitter: @Working_Title Gypsy Official Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y67_16zSMwk No Limits Entrepreneur of the week: Carolyn McRae, Founder of The Silver Post Learn more about The Silver Post: https://thesilverpost.com/ Instagram: @thesilverpost Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thesilverpost/ Want to be featured as a No Limits entrepreneur? Send us your nominations to N
11/07/201725 minutes 50 seconds
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#35: Sarah Robb O'Hagan, Flywheel CEO

Sarah Robb O'Hagan is the CEO of Flywheel and the author of "Extreme You." Formerly the president of Gatorade and Equinox, Sarah has been named one of Forbes' "Most Powerful Women in Sports" and one of Fast Company's "Most Creative People in Business." On this episode, Sarah shares her insight on how to become a boss, how to figure out your passion and the lessons she's learned along the way. Learn more about Flywheel: https://www.flywheelsports.com/ Learn more about Extreme You: https://extremeyou.com/sarah-robb-ohagan/ Follow Sarah on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ExtremeSarah/ Follow Sarah on Twitter: @ExtremeSRO Follow Flywheel on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FlywheelSports/ Follow Flywheel on Instagram: @Flywheelsports Follow Flywheel on Twitter: @Flywheel Want to be featured as a No Limits entrepreneur? Send us your nominations to [email protected]. Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 * ABOUT REBECCA JARV
07/07/201725 minutes 30 seconds
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#34: Amy Emmerich, Chief Content Officer at Refinery29

Amy Emmerich is the chief content officer for Refinery29 and an award-winning producer. With over 20 years of experience creating content, Emmerich has won three Emmys, a Beacon Award and a Gracie Allen Award. So how did she do it? Emmerich shares how she found the confidence to use her voice and how she balances motherhood on top of it all. Follow Amy Emmerich on Twitter: @Emmerschmidt Follow Refinery29 on Twitter: @refinery29 Visit Refinery29: http://www.refinery29.com/ Want to be featured as a No Limits entrepreneur? Send us your nominations to [email protected]. Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 * ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is the Chief Business, Technology and Economics correspondent for ABC News. She is also the Host, Creator, and Managing Editor of Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis and this podcast, No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis. Like Rebecca on Facebook: Facebook.com/RebeccaJarvis Follow Rebecca on Instagram
30/06/201728 minutes 8 seconds
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#33: Robin Roberts, Co-Anchor of 'Good Morning America'

You may know Robin Roberts as an Emmy Award winning journalist and the co-anchor of ABC’s "Good Morning America," the # 1 morning show. But she's also the founder of Rock’n Robin Productions and host of the "Everybody’s Got Something" podcast. Robin has also penned two books in which she shares her battle against a life-threatening illness and her inspiring return to the "GMA" anchor desk. In this episode, Robin talks about learning when to let go, overcoming fear and beating the odds. Follow Robin Roberts on Twitter: @RobinRoberts Follow Robin on Instagram: @RobinRobertsGMA Like Robin Roberts on Facebook: facebook.com/robinroberts/ Listen to ‘Everybody’s Got Something’: robinpodcast.com/ Learn more about Rock’N Robin Productions: rocknrobin.tv/ Check out GMA: abcnews.go.com/GMA/ Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 * ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is the Chief Business, Technology and Economics correspondent for ABC News. She is also
27/06/201751 minutes 42 seconds
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#32: Entrepreneur Special

This special episode features two entrepreneurs who have built successful businesses in different industries. First up is Amy Chang, a Cisco board member and former Googler who is the CEO and founder of Accompany. Next is Billie Whitehouse, the CEO and founder of Wearable X, who's been called the "Elon Musk of the fashion world." Both of them give their best advice for aspiring entrepreneurs who are preparing to take a leap. Learn more about Accompany: www.accompany.com Follow Amy Chang on Twitter: @_amychang Follow Accompany on Twitter: @accompany Learn more about Wearable X: www.wearablex.com Follow Wearable X on Instagram and Twitter: @wearableX Follow Billie Whitehouse on Instagram and Twitter: @BillieWhouse Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 * ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is the Chief Business, Technology and Economics correspondent for ABC News. She is also the Host, Creator, and Managing Editor of Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvi
23/06/201726 minutes 25 seconds
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#31: Melanie Whelan, SoulCycle CEO

Melanie Whelan joined SoulCycle as the COO in 2012 and became the CEO just three years later. Since then, she's landed a spot on Fortune's 40 Under 40 list and continues to oversee unprecedented growth at the company. Whelan talks about the future of SoulCycle and how she balances being both a mom and CEO. Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Learn more about SoulCycle: https://www.soul-cycle.com/ Follow Melanie on Twitter: @MelanieWhelan1 Follow Melanie on Instagram: @melanieanya Follow SoulCycle on Twitter and Instagram: @soulcycle Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
20/06/201722 minutes 36 seconds
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#30: Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Actress & Singer

Jamie-Lynn Sigler is an actress and a singer, best known for her role of Meadow Soprano on HBO's "The Sopranos." It was during that time that Sigler was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, but she decided to keep her diagnosis a secret until about a year ago. Sigler shares the toughest lesson she's had to learn, the excitement she feels about the next chapter in her life and why she decided to team up with Serta for their "Declare Peace" campaign. Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90   Follow Jamie-Lynn Sigler on Instagram: @jamielynnsigler Follow Jamie-Lynn Sigler on Twitter: @JamieLSigler More about Serta “Declare Peace”: DeclarePeace.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
15/06/201725 minutes 17 seconds
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#29: Willow Bay, Incoming Dean Of USC Communications & Journalism School

Willow Bay is the first woman to ever be appointed Dean of the University of Southern California Annenberg School of Journalism. She is also an accomplished TV journalist, digital news editor and author. Bay talks about her experience as a woman in media and what she sees for the future of journalism. Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Follow Willow Bay on Twitter: @Willow_Bay Learn more about Willow Bay and the USC Annenberg School of Journalism: http://annenberg.usc.edu/faculty/journalism/willow-bay Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
13/06/201735 minutes 18 seconds
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#28: Erica Hill, Journalist & Anchor of 'On the Story with Erica Hill'

Erica Hill is an award-winning journalist who began her career as a production assistant before working her way up to producer, and eventually anchor. Hill has worked for a number of major news outlets including CBS (with Rebecca!), NBC, and is now the anchor of HLN's 'On the Story with Erica Hill.' She is also a regular contributor to CNN as an anchor and correspondent. Hill shares the lessons she's learned throughout her career, the importance of being resilient and gives her best advice for aspiring journalists. Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Follow Erica Hill on Instagram & Twitter: @EricaRHill Like Erica Hill on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EricaHillNews/ Check out “On the Story with Erica Hill” http://www.cnn.com/shows/on-the-story Follow “On the Story with Erica Hill” on Twitter: @OnTheStory Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
06/06/201741 minutes 43 seconds
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#27: Wendy Whelan, Prima Ballerina

Prima ballerina Wendy Whelan, is one of the most acclaimed dancers of our time. She had spent 30 years at the New York City Ballet, 23 of those as principal dancer, before her final performance in 2014. She started taking ballet lessons when she was only 3 years old, began intensive training at the Louisville Ballet Academy at age 9 and then continued to spend most of her life dedicated to the craft. Since leaving the New York City Ballet, Whelan has joined the faculty of New York City's Ballet Academy East and was appointed Artistic Associate at New York City Center. She also premiered her inaugural independent project "Restless Creature" followed by two more independent projects, Whelan/Watson Other Stories, at London's Royal Opera House and Hagoromo at BAM's Next Wave Festival. On May 24, 2017 Abramorama released the film, "Restless Creature: Wendy Whelan" in New York at Elinor Bunin Theater and Film Forum, a documentary giving an intimate look at Whelan as she prepares to leave NY
02/06/201730 minutes 54 seconds
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#26: Jedediah Bila and Sara Haines, 'The View' Co-Hosts

Jedediah Bila and Sara Haines are co-hosts of ABC’s Emmy Award-winning show 'The View.' Everyday Sara and Jed talk everything from politics to pop culture along with their fellow co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Paula Faris and Sunny Hostin. So how did they make it? Sara and Jed talk about their different paths to success in a cutthroat industry, what it’s like working on 'The View,' overcoming setbacks and learning to say no. Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Follow Sara Haines Twitter & Instagram: @SaraHaines Follow Jedidiah Bila on Twitter & Instagram: @jedediahbila Follow ‘The View’ on Twitter: @TheView Follow ‘The View’ on Instagram: @theviewabc Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
30/05/201758 minutes 41 seconds
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#25: Barbara Corcoran, Entrepreneur & 'Shark Tank' Investor

Barbara Corcoran had worked 22 different jobs by the time she was 23. She faced more than the usual amount of rejection growing up before famously taking a $1,000 loan from her then boyfriend and turning it into The Corcoran Group. Today she's a bestselling author and also a shark, using her own money to invest in companies on ABC’s hit show "Shark Tank." Barbara shares an unheard pivotal childhood moment about her father's drinking habit. She also talks about being the only woman at the table early on in her career, competing in a male dominated industry and her tangible advice for entrepreneurs. Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 More about Barbara Corcoran: http://www.barbaracorcoran.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
23/05/201736 minutes 46 seconds
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#24: Jane Rosenthal, Executive Chair of Tribeca Enterprises

Jane Rosenthal is one of the most influential people in the entertainment industry. She navigated her way through male-dominated Hollywood executive offices and then left it all behind to join Robert De Niro to create Tribeca Productions, one of New York’s most successful production companies (behind "Meet the Parents" and many more hits). As the Executive Chair of Tribeca Enterprises, she is the woman behind the Tribeca Film Festival, Tribeca Studios, Tribeca Film Festival International and the Tribeca Film Institute. Rosenthal talks about what it’s like to be a film and TV producer and her advice for those trying to pursue that path. She also discusses her latest HBO film with Robert De Niro, Barry Levinson and Michelle Pfeiffer, "The Wizard of Lies" and her latest Netflix project "The Irishman" with De Niro and Martin Scorsese. Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 More about Tribeca Enterprises: https://tribecafilm.com More about the Tribeca Film
16/05/201726 minutes 14 seconds
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#23: Gregg Renfrew, Beautycounter Founder and CEO

Gregg Renfrew is the founder and CEO of Beautycounter, a cosmetics company with a mission: making safer products accessible to everyone. Gregg has been an entrepreneur since college when she started a cleaning business on Nantucket to earn money to study abroad. In 1997, she launched The Wedding List - a company she sold to Martha Stewart Living. She continued to establish herself in the fashion and retail world, but it was the realization of the toxins and cancer-causing ingredients in makeup that propelled this mother of three to create Beautycounter. Renfrew explains how she is changing the beauty and skin care industry, shares her best advice for entrepreneurs She also dishes on her biggest mistakes along the way and why cold-calling can really pay off. Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Beautycounter: http://www.beautycounter.com Follow Gregg on Twitter: @GreggRenfrew Follow Gregg on Instagram: @Greggrenfew * ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS:  Rebec
12/05/201725 minutes 56 seconds
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#22: Jeannie Mai, Style Expert & Co-Host of 'The Real'

Jeannie Mai is a style expert, TV personality and executive producer best known as one of the co-hosts on Fox's Emmy-nominated show "The Real." She started her career as a makeup artist and stylist when she was only 16 and gained some major clients including Alicia Keys and Sarah Jessica Parker. Her tenacity and drive eventually led her to become the host of Style Network's "How Do I Look?" before she began co-hosting "The Real" in 2013. Mai is passionate about advancing women's interests and is currently an ambassador for the Pacific Links Foundation fighting to end sex trafficking. Mai shares how she built her career from scratch and her commitment to rescuing women and children from sex trafficking. Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Jeannie's Facebook: @iheartJeannieMai Jeannie's Instagram: @thejeanniemai Jeannie's Twitter: @jeanniemai Jeannie's Website: http://www.thejeanniemai.com/ Check out our other podcasts: http://bit.ly/2eBJMNa L
09/05/201735 minutes 42 seconds
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#21: Susan Ungaro, James Beard Foundation President

The oldest of six children, Susan Ungaro was the first in her family to graduate high school and college. She served as editor-in-chief of "Family Circle" magazine for 12 years before becoming president of the James Beard Foundation (JBF), where she spent the last 10 years expanding the organization's national and global reach through scholarship programs, membership and thought-leadership initiatives. Among other things, JBF is responsible for the prestigious James Beard Awards which highlight outstanding chefs. Ungaro has been named one of Adweek's 30 Most Influential People in Food and she gives advice on how to make your mark in the culinary world. Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Check out our other podcasts: http://bit.ly/2eBJMNa Susan Ungaro on Twitter: @SusanUngaro James Beard Foundation: https://www.jamesbeard.org James Beard Foundation on Twitter: @BeardFoundation James Beard Foundation on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/beardfou
02/05/201728 minutes 20 seconds
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#20: Kara Goldin, Hint Water Founder & CEO

Kara Goldin is the founder and CEO of Hint Inc. and former tech executive at AOL. You've probably seen Hint flavored water in your grocery store boasting no sweeteners or anything artificial. She thought of the idea while trying to kick her Diet Coke habit, which was up to 12 cans on some days, and couldn't find a naturally-flavored water with no additives. She started experimenting in her kitchen, boiling fruit and adding it to water. The result became the company that she launched in 2005 while pregnant with her fourth child: Hint Inc. Since then Goldin has been named one of Fortune's Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs and Forbes' 40 Women to Watch Over 40. In this episode she talks about how she created her company from the ground up, infiltrating the beverage industry, and her advice for any entrepreneur trying to build something. Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Check out our other podcasts: http://bit.ly/2eBJMNa Hint's website: www.drinkhi
28/04/201733 minutes 43 seconds
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#19: Anna Chlumsky, Actress

Emmy nominated actress Anna Chlumsky first gained notoriety when she was only 10 years old when she starred in the movie "My Girl" alongside Macaulay Culkin. To the outside world it may have seemed like she was well on her way, but by the time she got to college at the University of Chicago (with Rebecca!) she had sworn off acting. After graduating, she moved to New York to work for Zagat and potentially pursue a career in publishing. After two years in the publishing world, she began to rediscover her love of acting. She started to pursue her craft with full force, honing her talent with classes and by performing free shows for the experience. Today she is one of the stars of HBO's Emmy-nominated comedy "Veep" which is entering its sixth season. Anna Chlumsky on Twitter @AnnaChlumsky "Veep" on Twitter @VeepHBO Check out Veep http://www.hbo.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
25/04/201737 minutes 36 seconds
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#18: Laura Brown, Editor-in-Chief of InStyle Magazine

InStyle Editor-In-Chief Laura Brown came to New York with $5000 only a few days before September 11, 2001. The Australian native began her career bouncing around the magazine world in London and Sydney before landing a job at Harper’s Bazaar where she rose the ranks to become the executive editor. After 11 years at Harper’s, she landed a dream job in 2016 becoming the Editor-In-Chief of InStyle where she oversees the entirety of the brand that reaches over 30 million people. Laura talks about following her passion, running InStyle, designing the perfect cover, and how to be a boss. InStyle website: www.instyle.com Follow Laura Brown on Instagram and Twitter: @LauraBrown99 Follow InStyle on Instagram: @instylemagazine Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
21/04/201752 minutes 27 seconds
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#17: Bobbi Brown, Makeup Mogul & Author

Bobbi Brown's name is synonymous with beauty. It all began with the launch of her namesake company in 1991. After only four years, the brand became so popular Estee Lauder acquired it. Today, Bobbi is everywhere as the original "how-to" on TV, in magazines, online and as a New York Times Bestseller. Her ninth book "Beauty From the Inside Out" was just released. Bobbi talks about her path to becoming a makeup artist, creating her brand, and the decision to leave her namesake company. She also shares the lessons she's learned along the way and how it's all about teaching women to find confidence. Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Check out our other podcasts: http://bit.ly/2eBJMNa Bobbi Brown's new book: https://www.amazon.com/Bobbi-Brown-Beauty-Inside-Out/dp/1452161844 Bobbi Brown on Instagram and Twitter : @JustBobbiBrown Bobbi Brown on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JustBobbiBrown/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adch
18/04/201724 minutes 29 seconds
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#16: Kate Hudson, Actress & Fabletics Co-Founder

Oscar nominated actress turned businesswoman Kate Hudson grew up in a family of artists and found her love of performing at a young age. After being accepted into New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, she convinced her parents Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell to let her defer for a year to travel and pursue acting. Shortly after, she landed her breakout role as Penny Lane in "Almost Famous" which earned her an Academy Award nomination. Hudson's passion for fitness and supporting women led her to co-found Fabletics, a high-performance lifestyle brand. The company has recently announced its expansion into extended sizes. Hudson talks about growing up in Colorado, her acting bucket list and her vision for Fabletics' future. Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Check out our other podcasts: http://bit.ly/2eBJMNa Fabletics: https://www.fabletics.com Fabletics on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook: @Fabletics Kate Hudson on Instagram: @KateHudson Lea
11/04/201726 minutes 25 seconds
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#15: Jewel, Singer & Songwriter

Jewel is a four-time Grammy nominee best known as a singer-songwriter, but she is also an actress, producer, guitarist, poet and bestselling author. The Alaska native left an abusive home at age 15. Throughout her life, she turned to writing as an outlet to cope with homelessness and anxiety. Her music has resonated with millions around the world. Jewel discussed the importance of authenticity in her life and shares advice for aspiring musicians and artists. Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Check out our other podcasts: http://bit.ly/2eBJMNa Jewel stars in “Concrete Evidence: A Fixer Upper Mystery” on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries For more about Jewel: JewelNeverBroken.com, http://www.jeweljk.com/about.html Jewel on Twitter: @jeweljk Jewel on Instagram: @Jewel Jewel on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jeweljk Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
04/04/201721 minutes 55 seconds
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#14: Katia Beauchamp, Birchbox

Birchbox CEO and co-founder Katia Beauchamp says she was wired to be ambitious. The El Paso, Texas native attended Vassar and worked in finance/commercial real estate before attending Harvard Business School. It was there that she and her co-founder saw an opportunity to re-imagine the beauty industry and the way people shop for beauty products online. Birchbox was born. The idea was a monthly subscription with personalized samples to give the average beauty user an easy way to discover and shop for beauty products. She was told in the beginning that the idea wouldn't catch on, but thanks to her confidence and tenacity she proved that notion wrong. Today, Birchbox has more than 4 million customers across a multitude of countries as well as a brick-and-mortar store. On this episode of #NoLimits, Beauchamp talks growing up in Texas, the art of cold-emailing (she cold-emailed Steve Jobs and got a response!), creating Birchbox while at Harvard Business School as well as Birchbox's most cri
28/03/201732 minutes 44 seconds
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#13: Grace Bonney, Design*Sponge

Grace Bonney is the founder of Design*Sponge, a design blog launched in 2004 that was declared the "Martha Stewart for the Millennials" by the New York Times. Design*Sponge started out with only a few thousand followers and now attracts over 2 million visitors a day. Bonney's new book, "In the Company of Women" offers inspiration and advice from more than 100 phenomenal women around the world. In this episode, Bonney talks about creating Design*Sponge and succeeding as an entrepreneur, as well as her toughest challenges along the way, finding her voice as a boss, being a manager, and how she finds inspiration. Like what we're doing? Leave us a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Check out our other podcasts: http://bit.ly/2eBJMNa Follow Grace and Design*Sponge on Instagram & Twitter: @designsponge Check out Design*Sponge: http://www.designsponge.com/ Discover "In the Company of Women": http://abcn.ws/2m6KJBo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
21/03/201720 minutes 59 seconds
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#12: Tricia Clarke-Stone, Narrative CEO

Tricia Clarke-Stone is the CEO of Narrative, a marketing and technology firm she co-founded with Russell Simmons. The heart of Narrative is storytelling and creating completely unique campaigns. Throughout her impressive career, she's developed the skills to predict what a brand wants before they realize it themselves. She has worked with everyone from Stephen Curry to Kevin Hart to Michael Strahan and brands like Under Armour, Pepsi and Samsung. Clarke-Stone shares her secrets on staying creative, getting what you want out of a career, asking the right questions and standing out in the digital marketing space. Please leave us a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Check out our other podcasts: http://bit.ly/2eBJMNa Narrative: http://www.narrative.is/ Follow Tricia Clarke-Stone on Instagram & Twitter: @Tricia002 Follow Narrative on Instagram & Twitter: @narrative_ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
14/03/201730 minutes 33 seconds
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#11: Sarah Michelle Gellar, Actress & Entrepreneur

From "Buffy" to businesswoman, Sarah Michelle Gellar is no stranger to the spotlight or to success. She battled evil forces on the hit show "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and now Gellar's latest role is co-founder of Foodstirs, an organic baking kit company that provides healthy and safe products in the kitchen. So what's harder, running a brand or starring in a hit show? The mom of two shares the ups and downs of both endeavors. Please leave us a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Check out our other podcasts: http://bit.ly/2eBJMNa SMG on Twitter & Instagram: @sarahmgellar SMG on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sarahmichellegellar Follow Foodstirs: @foodstirs Foodstirs: http://www.foodstirs.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
07/03/201718 minutes 24 seconds
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Bonus: Recode's Kara Swisher on Today's Hot Topics

Recode’s Kara Swisher discusses Snap Inc.’s upcoming IPO and shares predictions on what may happen for the “camera company”. Rebecca and Kara break down Uber’s current issues and whether they will affect the potential for the company to go public. They also talk Apple acquisitions, and Kara reveals who she believes to be the most overrated company. Please leave us a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Check out our other podcasts: http://bit.ly/2eBJMNa Follow Kara Swisher on Twitter: @Karaswisher Listen to the Recode Decode podcast: http://apple.co/2mcS6XD Hear more from Kara: http://www.recode.net/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
28/02/201716 minutes 3 seconds
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#10: Kara Swisher, Tech Journalist, Co-Founder of Recode

Kara Swisher was once called Silicon Valley’s "most feared and well-liked journalist." The executive editor of Recode, host of the Recode Decode podcast and co-executive producer of the Code Conference, Swisher talks about everything from the time she called the Washington Post while she was a student at Georgetown to knowing Silicon Valley’s biggest players before they were billionaires. She shares her tips for recognizing trends and spotting the hot start-ups before they’re hot. Kara also dishes on her toughest lesson, Dirty Dancing and of course… Roadhouse. Please leave us a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Check out our other podcasts: http://bit.ly/2eBJMNa Follow Kara Swisher on Twitter: @Karaswisher Listen to the Recode Decode: http://apple.co/2mcS6XD Hear more from Kara: http://www.recode.net/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
28/02/201733 minutes 51 seconds
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#9: Aly Raisman, Olympic Gymnast

Six time Olympic medalist Aly Raisman has accomplished more in her 22 years than most do in a lifetime. She made history at the 2012 Olympics in London when she became the first American woman to win the gold medal for a floor routine. She went on to become the captain of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics team, winning gold alongside her team the "Final Five." Raisman also hasn't ruled out a 2020 Olympic return and was recently featured in Sports Illustrated's annual swimsuit edition. Please leave us a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
21/02/201725 minutes 57 seconds
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#8: Amy Robach, Good Morning America

Amy Robach's journalism career has taken her around the world and back again. She's reported on some of the biggest stories in recent history, interviewing everyone from world leaders like former President Obama to pop superstars like Taylor Swift. A graduate of the University of Georgia, she started her career as a reporter for a local station in Charleston, South Carolina and made her way to New York where she now anchors ABC's "Good Morning America." Robach is also the author of a New York Times best seller, "Better: How I Let Go of Control, Held On to Hope, and Found Joy in My Darkest Hour," which details her battle with breast cancer. Please leave us a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
14/02/201728 minutes 54 seconds
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#7: Alli Webb, Drybar Founder

What started as a side project for Alli Webb became a business worth millions. While taking some time off from working at top salons, the hair stylist and mom came up with an idea for an in-home blowout service. When she couldn't keep up with the demand, she enlisted the help of her husband and brother and soon the salon chain Drybar was born. Please leave us a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2ks4f90 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
07/02/201727 minutes 40 seconds
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#6: Sallie Krawcheck, Wall Street Legend Turned Entrepreneur

Sallie Krawcheck once ruled Wall Street, running Smith Barney, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management and Citi Wealth Management. That was before she was fired... twice. She then found a new mission: to close the "gender investing gap." Krawcheck is now the co-founder and CEO of Ellevest, a digital investment platform for women. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
31/01/201727 minutes 11 seconds
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#5: Carla Hall, Celebrity Chef & Restaurateur

Carla Hall worked as an accountant before realizing she needed a hard reset. So she packed her bags, moved to Paris and took up modeling. It was during her time overseas that Carla discovered her passion for food. She moved back to the states, went to culinary school and eventually ended up competing on "Top Chef" -- which helped catapult her to super-stardom. Now she's a co-host on ABC's "The Chew," has written multiple cookbooks and has even added restaurateur to her list of accomplishments. She's also recently partnered with ALDI. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
24/01/201722 minutes 53 seconds
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#4: Rebecca Minkoff, Fashion Mogul

Fresh out of high school and with almost no money, 18-year-old San Diego native Rebecca Minkoff moved to New York to launch her own fashion line. After years of sewing on apartment floors and diligent financial planning with her brother Uri, Minkoff is now a fashion industry leader and maverick -- but the path she took to get here didn't always go as planned. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
17/01/201731 minutes 55 seconds
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#3: Wende Zomnir, Urban Decay

Wende Zomnir, the co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of Urban Decay, has spent her entire life crisscrossing the globe, living in all sorts of places from Texas to Belgium. An athlete, model, hitchhiker and entrepreneur, Zomnir has applied her worldly upbringing to build Urban Decay into the internationally renowned beauty company it is today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
09/01/201719 minutes 5 seconds
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#2: Danielle Brooks, Orange Is the New Black

Danielle Brooks, best known as Tasha "Taystee" Jefferson on the Netflix series "Orange is the New Black," had her first acting role at age 6 in her family's South Carolina church. A daughter of a minister and a deacon, Brooks left her humble beginnings to attend Juilliard in New York City and earned a Tony nomination for her Broadway debut. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
09/01/201728 minutes
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#1: Arianna Huffington, Thrive Global

Arianna Huffington has broken norms for decades. A Greek immigrant, Huffington built a successful media empire as the co-founder and editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post, has written 15 books and is now starting a new chapter with her health and wellness initiative, Thrive Global. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
09/01/201726 minutes 24 seconds