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Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff

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As women, we have so many sides to ourselves. Storyteller. Caretaker. Money maker. Activist. Sister. Mom. Leader. This is the podcast that celebrates our own multidimensionality, and the many women who surround us. From CEOs to chefs, entrepreneurs to instructors, Rebecca talks to a collective of Superwomen who have found success, shaped culture, changed the world, and lifted each other up along the way. Premieres September 18, 2018.

As women, we have so many sides to ourselves. Storyteller. Caretaker. Money maker. Activist. Sister. Mom. Leader. This is the podcast that celebrates our own multidimensionality, and the many women who surround us. From CEOs to chefs, entrepreneurs to instructors, Rebecca talks to a collective of Superwomen who have found success, shaped culture, changed the world, and lifted each other up along the way. Premieres September 18, 2018.
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As women, we have so many sides to ourselves. Storyteller. Caretaker. Money maker. Activist. Sister. Mom. Leader. This is the podcast that celebrates our own multidimensionality, and the many women who surround us. From CEOs to chefs, entrepreneurs to instructors, Rebecca talks to a collective of Superwomen who have found success, shaped culture, changed the world, and lifted each other up along the way. Premieres September 18, 2018.

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Episodes

Amanda de Cadenet: Girlgazing Her Way Through the Glass Ceiling

7/23/2019
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Amanda de Cadenet is a force to be reckoned with. She’s had more noteworthy careers than most people achieve in a lifetime. Amanda began her career in television at the age of 15. Not for the stardom or the glamour, but out of pure necessity to support herself. The show, in which she and other presenters interviewed bands such as Nirvana and Oasis, proved to be a hit. While Amanda had found success, by the age of 22 she was ready for a change, and moved to L.A. to work as a...

Duration:00:47:30

Noria Morales and Sarah Robinson Transition from Fashion World to Family Business

7/16/2019
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It may not seem like the most obvious progression, but after spending the early parts of their careers in the demanding world of fashion, Noria Morales and Sarah Robinson decided to go out on a limb and pursue a venture near and dear to them as new mothers – creating a parent-friendly play place. Through their (and many parents’) desire to find a place where children could have fun and adults could relax came the inspiration for The Wonder, a Tribeca-based space that includes multiple play...

Duration:00:34:53

Life Lessons With Noor Tagouri

7/9/2019
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Journalist and all-around amazing human being, Noor Tagouri joins us this week for a wide-ranging conversation. She talks about how she found success in her career while remaining true to herself, the importance of giving a voice to marginalized communities in the media, and much more. This episode is in partnership with SAP SuccessFactors. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/superwomen/support

Duration:00:36:37

Elizabeth Shaffer & Lizzy Brockhoff: Things Are Not Perfect

7/2/2019
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This week, Rebecca sits down with Elizabeth Shaffer & Lizzy Brockhoff, co-founders of MASSE, a shopping app with a zero tolerance policy for any paid-for or sponsored recommendations. They talk about the challenges of creating a new product, how life is just one big juggling act, and the idea of a praise sandwich. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/superwomen/support

Duration:00:24:56

Jennifer Bett Meyer + Melissa Duren Conner: How To Hire & Fire

6/25/2019
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In this episode Rebecca sits down with Jennifer Bett Meyer and Melissa Duren Conner of Jennifer Bett Communications, where they talk about the importance of developing a company culture and how to hire people that fit your vision. They also talk about some of their biggest regrets with their PR firm and how leaving yourself open to opportunity is one of the best things you can do for your career. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/superwomen/support

Duration:00:32:16

Raegan Moya Jones: What It Takes

6/18/2019
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This week, Rebecca sits down with Raegan Moya Jones, the Founder of aden + anais and author of What It Takes. After being fired from the company she founded and had to grown over $100 million, to say she felt knocked down is an understatement. But Raegan's story is one of perseverance. Soon after she started a new business knowing that trying again and failing was better than not trying because she was scared. Raegan hopes that her story serves as a cautionary tale as well as an inspiration...

Duration:00:26:17

Nicole Gibbons Talks Passion, Paint, and Perseverance

6/11/2019
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Nicole Gibbons is a disruptor of the paint industry. In a field dominated by absurdly masculine branding, Nicole is the first person to create a direct-to-consumer paint company that is not only convenient but also disarmingly beautiful. After starting her career in PR, Nicole realized the parts of her job she was most excited about involved design. After planning and saving up for a number of years, she made the leap to start her own interior design firm. While her firm was wildly...

Duration:00:26:02

The Value of Being Shamelessly Yourself with Jennifer DaSilva

6/4/2019
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It’s not often that the word, “vulnerability”, is listed as a desired trait in a potential employee, but Jennifer DaSilva, president of WPP creative agency Berlin Cameron, thinks it makes for a much better workplace. “One of my firm beliefs is that you need to be shamelessly you, and whether you’re at work or at home or with dinner with your girlfriends, you should bring your full self to the table and allow yourself to be you.” That includes having room to make mistakes. Jennifer firmly...

Duration:00:28:15

Amy Levin Says You Can’t Plan For It All

5/28/2019
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Confidence is not something that Amy Levin is lacking. “No,” Amy says with a laugh, in response to whether or not her age or gender was ever an issue in the success of her business. Starting her company, College Fashionista, while actually still in college, Amy faced a unique set of challenges. Things such as managing work/school/life balance, and meetings with investors and business owners much older than she, would have been enough to intimidate any fresh-faced, young entrepreneur. But it...

Duration:00:25:32

Alanna Masterson: Why Hard Work Matters

5/21/2019
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In this episode actress Alanna Masterson (The Walking Dead) talks about how she struggled with her body image on the red carpet, the pros and cons of social media, and how being a mother has kept her grounded. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/superwomen/support

Duration:00:29:48

Alexa von Tobel Teaches Us How to Be Financially Forward | 37

5/14/2019
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For Alexa von Tobel (Founder & Managing Partner, Inspired Capital, and author of "Financially Forward") money is a life skill, just like brushing your teeth. In this episode Alexa talks about her failures, the importance of learning to managing your money in the digital age, and how she hired a coach to help her become a better CEO. Alexa also shares her must-have apps for getting your finances in order. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/superwomen/support

Duration:00:30:06

Rebecca's Mom Sue Reflects On Raising A Strong Daughter | 35

5/7/2019
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In this special Mother's Day episode, Rebecca sits down with her mom, Sue Minkoff, to talk about everything from raising a strong daughter to how she used her voice to stand up for others in the workplace. Sue also reflects on how she's been able to stay married for 50 years and how important intimacy is in a relationship. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/superwomen/support

Duration:00:32:37

How To Build Your Own Lane With Jaclyn Johnson | 33

4/30/2019
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In this episode, Jaclyn Johnson (CEO of Create & Cultivate and author of WorkParty) talks about why it's so important for women to have conversations about how much they're getting paid, the best ways to build your professional network, and how sometimes as a business owner you need to have an unhealthy obsession with your brand. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/superwomen/support

Duration:00:33:24

Katia Beauchamp On Living The Life She Wants To Live | 32

4/23/2019
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In this episode Katia talks about her unlikely start as an entrepreneur and how she dealt with rejection when investors didn't believe in her vision for Birchbox. Katia and Rebecca also talk about motherhood and how in business the word "no" can lead to a "yes." Birchbox and the Female Founder Collective are partnering in the month of May to celebrate the entrepreneurial accomplishments of women. We're hosting a giveaway together! There are 50 prize packages - each prize package contains...

Duration:00:28:24

Wide Awake: A Day for Female Founders Panel - Even Sallie Krawcheck Gets Mansplained | 31

4/18/2019
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Sallie Krawcheck (CEO & Co-Founder of Ellevest) has had an extremely successful career working on Wall Street. But she's also been fired twice, ghosted by potential investors, and has been mansplained along the journey to creating a new way for women to invest their money. In this episode Sallie gives us an honest account of how she felt betrayed by mentors, and how important it is to have someone fighting in your corner when you're not in the room. --- Support this podcast:...

Duration:00:50:45

How To Find Confidence In Your Decisions With Fast Company's Stephanie Mehta | 31

4/16/2019
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Sometimes in life you're faced with two amazing opportunities. How do you know which one to choose? In this episode Stephanie Mehta talks about how she's made those hard decisions in the past. She also talks about the importance of having patience with your career, and not comparing your progress to others. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/superwomen/support

Duration:00:31:20

Wide Awake: A Day for Female Founders Panel - How To Break The Rules (with Birchbox, Rent The Runway, and the Female Founders Fund) | 31

4/11/2019
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In this panel Katia Beauchamp (Birchbox), Jennifer Fleiss (Rent The Runway & Jetblack) and Sutian Dong (Female Founders Fund) show us how breaking the rules in business can work to your advantage. From pop-up shops to unconventional ways to market your brands, these rule breakers share their keys to funding success. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/superwomen/support

Duration:00:37:55

Pattie Sellers: Everyone Has An Incredible Story | 30

4/9/2019
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In this episode Pattie Sellers tells us what she's learned from three decades of listening to other people's stories---including how women define success and their goals in business. Pattie also reflects on why there still so few female CEOs at Fortune 500 companies, and what she thinks needs to change. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/superwomen/support

Duration:00:31:21

Wide Awake: A Day for Female Founders Panel - Debt Is Not A Dirty Word | 29

4/4/2019
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There are dozens of ways you can finance your small business--but which one is right for you and your situation? In this panel Mary Ann Reilly from Visa, and Hilda Kong and Sheryl Cameron from Chase talk about common financing mistakes that new business owners make, and how to avoid them. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/superwomen/support

Duration:00:45:31

Beautycounter's Gregg Renfrew Explains: The Toxic Crap In Your Beauty Products | 29

4/2/2019
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Duration:00:27:14