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Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff

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Rank #29 in Personal Journals category

Society & Culture
Personal Journals
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What are the secrets behind some of the most successful women in the world? Each week designer Rebecca Minkoff talks to women from all walks of life, from CEOs to artists, and shows us what life is like without the pretty filters in order to help you navigate what it means to be vulnerable, how loss can make you stronger, and other ways to make your inner superwoman shine. Join us in being Superwomen, together! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/superwomen/support

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What are the secrets behind some of the most successful women in the world? Each week designer Rebecca Minkoff talks to women from all walks of life, from CEOs to artists, and shows us what life is like without the pretty filters in order to help you navigate what it means to be vulnerable, how loss can make you stronger, and other ways to make your inner superwoman shine. Join us in being Superwomen, together! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/superwomen/support

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297 Ratings
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Weirdly Structured

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I love this type of Podcast and was very excited for this but the content feels too structured and Q&A vs. conversational flow. I’ve only listened to a handful but it was enough to unfortunately not keep my interest.

A+

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A+ content, love listening to get the da started on the right track

iTunes Ratings

297 Ratings
Average Ratings
274
11
3
2
7

Weirdly Structured

By ChicagoListener1989 - Nov 15 2019
Read more
I love this type of Podcast and was very excited for this but the content feels too structured and Q&A vs. conversational flow. I’ve only listened to a handful but it was enough to unfortunately not keep my interest.

A+

By nmskittle - Aug 01 2019
Read more
A+ content, love listening to get the da started on the right track
Cover image of Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff

Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff

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What are the secrets behind some of the most successful women in the world? Each week designer Rebecca Minkoff talks to women from all walks of life, from CEOs to artists, and shows us what life is like without the pretty filters in order to help you navigate what it means to be vulnerable, how loss can make you stronger, and other ways to make your inner superwoman shine. Join us in being Superwomen, together! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/superwomen/support

Rank #1: Wide Awake: A Day for Female Founders Panel - Even Sallie Krawcheck Gets Mansplained

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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.

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Apr 18 2019

51mins

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Rank #2: Beautycounter's Gregg Renfrew Explains: The Toxic Crap In Your Beauty Products

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 How do you know the ingredients in your beauty products are safe?

In this episode Gregg Renfrew  (Founder and CEO of Beautycounter) explains how the United States is  way behind other countries in regards to what ingredients can be used in  the products we put on our bodies. She also gives us helpful tips for  ways we can create our own safer beauty alternatives, and she talks  about the power of using women to start a movement.

You can also find Beautycounter's "Never List" of ingredients here: https://www.beautycounter.com/the-never-list

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Apr 02 2019

27mins

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Rank #3: Thoughts Become Things - Ericka Perry on Manifesting Dreams into Reality

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This episode is sponsored by Capital One Spark Business.

Pregnancy  can be overwhelming, especially the first time around. Your body is changing,  hormones are shifting, and you just want to know which nail polish won’t  be harmful to your baby.

CEO Ericka Perry found herself in a pickle when her best friend needed help finding pregnancy and beauty products, but there was not one place where she could simply order a gift bag with the necessary items. At a time when subscription boxes were really starting to take off, she couldn’t believe this was still lacking in the market. Thus was born the The Stork Bag.

Almost entirely self-funded, Ericka is a shining example of an entrepreneur who sees an opportunity, works what they know and creates a business for the love of the products and who they serve.

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Big Ideas

  • The inevitable self-doubt that comes with running a business. [15:52]
  • Financial reality of growing a business that is self-funded. Slow growth is okay! [20:43]
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Oct 08 2019

35mins

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Rank #4: The Truth about Stacy London

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From “What Not to Wear” to the NY Times best seller list, Stacy London talks about why the anti-aging movement is just “a way to make women hate themselves,” her recovery from an autoimmune disease, and what she’s learned by styling thousands of people.

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Oct 30 2018

35mins

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Rank #5: “I Say Yes to Everything”: The Adventurous Spirit of Katie Couric

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This episode is in partnership with SAP SuccessFactors.

She’s self-described as “messy” and can play the piano by ear – as long as it’s in the key of C. No, we’re not talking about Katy Perry – Katie Couric is here, she’s caffeinated, and she’s ready to sing for you!

A household name for decades, it only makes sense that after years in broadcast news, Katie has finally taken the entrepreneurial plunge and started her own media company. Excited to tackle controversial issues and educate the public, Katie is taking the reigns as her own boss to share timely stories in her uniquely sympathetic, yet fearless voice. 

One of the greatest interviewers of our time, Katie reflects upon the fact that it is the balance between being kind and being tough that drove her career to its success. Now in a new era, Katie continues to inspire women of all ages to ask questions, be fearless, and learn to move gracefully through moments of discomfort. 

Thanks for listening!

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Big Ideas 

  • The value in bringing positive energy to the workplace. [15:01]
  • Ageism as being socially acceptable, and in contrast, the beauty and gifts inherent in aging. [18:26]
  • The importance of true listening and fruitful communication. [33:05]
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Aug 20 2019

38mins

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Rank #6: If You Can’t Stand the Heat, Get out of Eden Grinshpan's Kitchen!

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Restaurateur Eden Grinshpan brings her personality and love of food into literally everything she does. She dives into what it’s like working in a male-dominated industry, her perspective on raising her daughter and how she navigates being a public figure.
Superwomen is presented by Prudential.

To learn more please visit www.prudential.com/stateofus
Additional sponsors include:

Helix Sleep - Get up to $125 off your mattress order when you visit them at helixsleep.com/superwomen and use code superwomen125 at checkout.

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Sep 25 2018

29mins

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Rank #7: Overcoming Stress And Insecurity With Athena Calderone

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Have you ever felt stressed by a "lack of direction" in your career? Athena Calderone, who's a blogger, interior designer, entertaining expert, and author did too.
In this episode Athena talks about how she was able to overcome her insecurities, and how even in those moments of self doubt she realized she had to be her own biggest advocate. Athena also talks about the tools she's learned to deal with stress and looming deadlines after hitting her lowest point.

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Mar 19 2019

33mins

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Rank #8: Jill Kargman: Gucci Kneepads & Not Giving a F***

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 Jill Kargman is not your neighborhood soccer mom and she doesn’t play one on TV, either. Her dark sense of humor and love of all things goth might put her out of place at most “mommy and me” gatherings, but this is especially true on the swanky Upper East Side where she originates. 

However, Jill isn’t one to waste her time worrying about what other people think. Instead, she worked her alchemical writing magic and spun this into comedy gold, using her position in society as inspiration for the screenplay – turned book – turned TV show, Odd Mom Out. She also plays the feature role in the show, utilizing the talent honed from acting in numerous plays during her time at Yale

Jill’s creative journey has taken her from arduous internships to writing rooms to the confines of her home office and back again. Jill now plans to return to the big screen as she sets out to script a film inspired in earnestness by the life of her teenagers. 

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Big Ideas 

Trusting yourself and listening to your gut. [12:55]

“Better sorry than safe.” The importance of pushing beyond your comfort zone to do the things that are important to you. [30:58]

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Aug 13 2019

34mins

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Rank #9: When Cause Meets Commerce with Lauren Conrad and Hannah Skvarla

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Founded by women to empower women, The Little Market is a place where you can buy beautiful handmade goods from artisans around the world. In this episode Lauren and Hannah talk about the challenges of creating a business focused on preserving traditional patterns and methods, as well as the reasons why they decided to open a brick and mortar location, even though they had a successful online business.

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Jan 29 2019

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Rank #10: Do What Feels Good (For Your Body)

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In a world filled with detox teas and quick fixes, fitness and health has never been more complicated. We sat down with the multi-talented Hannah Bronfman to talk about why it was so important for her to embrace herself the way she is, and how she was able let go of society's expectations of what she should be. Hannah talks about how she learned to redefine what healthy meant for her body, and how you can do the same. We also talk about her new book, Do What Feels Good, and why she felt like now was the perfect time to write it.

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Jan 08 2019

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Rank #11: Honoring Your Inner Badass with Bozoma St. John

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Have you ever wanted to cultivate a confident, badass persona but it just felt wrong? This week Bozoma St.John shares her incredible journey and how tragedy has helped her develop inner strength, how she regularly uses mantras and positive affirmations to create a confident personal narrative, and the importance of advocating for others when they’re not in the room.

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Dec 11 2018

38mins

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Rank #12: How The Wing & Audrey Gelman Are Inspiring The Next Generation Of The Women's Movement

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In this week's episode Audrey talks about how she got the idea to bring back the old idea of women's clubs, and how The Wing is able to create a supportive environment for all women. We also talk about how she manages her time and why it's important to turn down some opportunities.

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Mar 26 2019

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Rank #13: Living A Glamour Life

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In this episode Samantha Barry, the Editor in Chief at Glamour Magazine, talks about her start in broadcasting, the difference between toxic talk and criticism, and how change can be a good thing.
Rebecca ends the episode reflecting on her experience being back at Fashion Week, and how she picks the women that walk the runway.

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Feb 26 2019

25mins

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Rank #14: Talking Super Woman and Self-Care with Nicole Lapin

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Nicole Lapin may be a financial expert, but that doesn’t mean she was born knowing an index from an S&P fund. Growing up in challenging conditions, not the least of which was being a first generation American, Nicole always knew she wanted to be in news. She took it upon herself to get a job in the industry and slowly started working her way up through agencies in smaller cities around the U.S.

A true “fake it ‘til you make it” story, Nicole jumped headfirst into the opportunity to report on finances even though she had little experience in the field. Now in her 30’s and considered a financial expert, she “rethinks conventional financial wisdom,” writing books that educate women and help them to take control of their finances as well as their mental health.

Thanks for listening!

Don't forget to follow us on Instagram to learn how to win a copy of Nicole's latest book, "Becoming Super Woman."

Big Ideas

How self-care, boundaries and balance are of the utmost importance to mental health. [10:49] and [24:30]

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Oct 01 2019

31mins

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Rank #15: Navigating Change and Fresh Beginnings

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After spending more than two decades as the first female vice chair at GE, Beth Comstock explains how our creativity is the most powerful and important tool to building a new future for ourselves.
Superwomen is presented by Prudential.

To learn more please visit www.prudential.com/stateofus
Additional sponsors include:

Helix Sleep - Get up to $125 off your mattress order when you visit them at helixsleep.com/superwomen and use code superwomen125 at checkout.

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Oct 09 2018

31mins

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Rank #16: The Value of Being Shamelessly Yourself with Jennifer DaSilva

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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 believes that greater strides will be made when there is not a pressure for perfection, but an allowance to try, stumble, and grow. 

Jennifer and Rebecca go way back. Theirs is a relationship based on mutual support and collaboration, another value upon which Jennifer places great importance. “We’re better together,” is a phrase they are both fond of. 

In the business world these are radical notions – prioritizing collaboration over the limelight, vulnerability over stoicism. Jennifer is at the forefront of this movement, ushering in a new type of work environment, and even greater than that, a new definition of success.

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Jun 04 2019

29mins

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Rank #17: Amy Shecter on Creativity, Failure and Growth

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This episode is in partnership with SAP SuccessFactors.

How would your life be different if you were less afraid to make mistakes, to “fail”? 

Amy Shecter doesn’t think women let themselves fail enough, and she thinks it’s high time we become less risk-averse. Statistically, she says, women will only take risks when they feel 95-100% confident in a favorable outcome, versus the average man, who will take the same risk at only 50% confidence. And what, really, is there to lose? Most of the time a supposed failure simply means you’re that much closer to the next success. 

Amy spent years in fashion and footwear before delving into the world of fitness and beauty. She immediately saw it as an expanding consumer market. Now the CEO of Glamsquad, a company that brings hair, nail and makeup artists to your door, Amy finds excitement not only in great products and services for clients, but also in the fact that Glamsquad gives freelance beauty professionals a platform to support themselves. 

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Big Ideas 

Why saving time is so valuable to consumers. [09:15]

H-Commerce - the home as a new basis for services and revenue. [11:20]

“Competition” as an opportunity to seed the market. [18:28]

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Aug 06 2019

30mins

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Rank #18: Managing Your Money Like A Pro With Sallie Krawcheck

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Does the thought of investing in stocks and bonds intimidate you? In this episode Sallie Krawcheck co-founder of Ellevest, a financial platform designed to focus on the needs of women, gives us an Investment 101 lesson, and shares the biggest mistake women make when investing in their future.

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Jan 22 2019

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Rank #19: How To Build Your Own Lane With Jaclyn Johnson

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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.

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Apr 30 2019

33mins

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Rank #20: Do the Hustle: Laura Brown on Fashion and Hard Work

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Laura Brown came up in the 80’s – a period devoid of the internet and Instagram, where fashion inspiration came almost exclusively in the form of magazines. To make things worse for a young fashionista living in Australia, as Laura did, those magazines arrived three months after their release date. Laura was hungry for the glitz and the glam, and made it her goal to one day work and live in the heart of the fashion world.

After working a few stints at magazines in Australia and London, Laura arrived in New York. Finding herself at a lavish Marc Jacobs show within days of moving there, Laura finally felt the pulse of the life she had so long been yearning for.

After working her way up to Features at Harper’s, she was then hired as Editor in Chief at InStyle. In the three years since, Laura has revitalized the magazine, injecting new life into it, forever showcasing her love of fashion, layouts, and a good dose of creative, hard work.

This episode is in partnership with SAP Success Factors.

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Big Ideas

  • The excitement and satisfaction of pulling off creative, hard work. [11:25]
  • Advice for those interested in working at a magazine. [19:41]
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Sep 17 2019

27mins

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