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No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

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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

Karlie Kloss: Why young women should learn to code [Rebroadcast]

3/19/2019
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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...

Duration:00:33:20

Jennifer Hyman, CEO and Co-Founder of Rent The Runway [Rebroadcast]

3/11/2019
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“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...

Duration:00:52:00

#126 : CROSSOVER: No Limits x Skimm'd from The Couch

3/5/2019
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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...

Duration:00:46:54

#125: One King's Lane & In The Groove Founder, Susan Feldman: Building a company

2/26/2019
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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...

Duration:00:25:40

#124: VaynerMedia Chief Heart Officer, Claude Silver: Finding a mentor

2/19/2019
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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...

Duration:00:36:47

#123: Hello Alfred Co-Founders: Knowing when to be persistent

2/12/2019
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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...

Duration:00:48:02

#122: HBO EVP & CFO, Jessica Holscott: Are you having fun and are you still learning?

2/5/2019
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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,...

Duration:00:44:06

#121: Yumi Co-Founders Angela Sutherland and Evelyn Rusli: Starting over

1/29/2019
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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,...

Duration:00:48:22

#120 LinkedIn CMO Shannon Brayton: Forgoing the traditional route

1/22/2019
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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...

Duration:00:47:31

Introducing 'The Dropout'

1/16/2019
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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...

Duration:00:03:55

#119: Nextdoor Sarah Friar: Being a risk taker

1/15/2019
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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...

Duration:00:45:52

#118 ClassPass Founder and Executive Chairman, Payal Kadakia: How to set an intention and execute

1/8/2019
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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...

Duration:00:41:32

#117: Vice Media CEO Nancy Dubuc: Navigating your career

1/2/2019
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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...

Duration:00:50:46

#116: Angie Mar: How to reinvent

12/26/2018
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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,...

Duration:00:44:12

#115: Kate Bosworth: Channeling determination

12/18/2018
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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...

Duration:00:44:59

#114: Debra Lee: Learning to say no

12/11/2018
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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...

Duration:00:52:21

#113: Forerunner Ventures, Kirsten Green: From Practical to Personal

12/4/2018
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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...

Duration:00:42:23

#112: Ricki Lake: Learning to persevere and pivot

11/27/2018
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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...

Duration:00:36:11

#112: Ricki Lake: Learning to persevere and pivot

11/24/2018
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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...

Duration:00:37:25

#111: ABC News' Paula Faris: Journeys of Faith

11/20/2018
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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...

Duration:00:56:17