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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.

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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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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Episodes

#110: Karlie Kloss: Why young women should learn to code

11/13/2018
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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...

Duration:00:33:34

#109: Airbnb COO, Belinda Johnson: How to take risks in your career

11/6/2018
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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...

Duration:00:37:30

#107: Kendra Scott: How to overcome fear after failure

10/23/2018
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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...

Duration:00:38:21

#106: Melinda Gates: The three most important conversations in my life

10/16/2018
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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...

Duration:00:48:28

#105: Mars, Inc. Victoria Mars: How to work with your family

10/9/2018
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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...

Duration:00:37:10

#104: Refinery29 Co-Founder Christene Barberich: How to execute your vision

10/2/2018
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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...

Duration:00:36:21

#103: Karolina Kurkova: Finding confidence

9/25/2018
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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...

Duration:00:34:40

#102: Jo Malone: How to prove them wrong

9/18/2018
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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...

Duration:00:42:16

#101: GMA Day Anchor Sara Haines Turns The Tables

9/11/2018
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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...

Duration:00:51:18

#100: Best of "No Limits"

9/4/2018
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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...

Duration:00:43:33

#99: CEO & Founder McPherson Strategies, Susan McPherson: How to cold call and make it count

8/28/2018
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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...

Duration:00:34:20

#98: Actress Emily Mortimer: How To Overcome Impostor Syndrome

8/21/2018
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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...

Duration:00:40:27

BONUS: Hint Inc. CEO & Founder, Kara Goldin: When to Launch a Storefront

8/17/2018
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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,...

Duration:00:18:14

#97: Venture Capitalist, Annie Lamont: How to Get Funding for Your Company

8/14/2018
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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...

Duration:00:35:26

#96: Editor-in-Chief Architectural Digest, Amy Astley: How to Build a Brand and Navigate Office Politics

8/7/2018
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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...

Duration:00:38:55

#95: Jetblack CEO, Jenny Fleiss: How to Build a Company Within a Company

7/31/2018
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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...

Duration:00:32:32

#94: Cuyana Co-Founders, Karla Gallardo and Shilpa Shah: Not Selling On Amazon

7/24/2018
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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...

Duration:00:42:40

#93: Tyler Haney: CEO and Founder, Outdoor Voices

7/17/2018
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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...

Duration:00:31:56

#92: Melissa Mash, Deepa Gandhi, Jessy Dover: Co-Founders, Dagne Dover

7/10/2018
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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...

Duration:00:44:26