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Kara Goldin, founder of Hint, sits down with today’s most fascinating entrepreneurs, disruptors, and change-makers for a no-holds-barred discussion of how they overcame long odds on the road to start-up success. Guests such as Guy Kawasaki (Apple, Canva), Julie Bornstein (The Yes, Stitch Fix), Mindy Grossman (WW), and Amy Errett (Madison Reed) share wisdom and anecdotes that will inspire you – and challenge you to think differently about achieving your goals. For more on the podcast as well ...
 
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We have CEO/Founder of Hint Inc., Kara Goldin joining us to talk about her book, Undaunted (a WSJ and Amazon Best Seller), building a business based off passion and how to make pivots in your life and career. David Dember wastes no time in having Kara get practical and tactical as she shares her story of how she built Hint. Kara shares some great i…
 
Daina Trout has come a long way from brewing kombucha in her college dorm at Tufts University. After getting her Masters in both Nutrition and Public Health, she developed her own personal philosophy that health is less about science, and more about what makes you feel good and happy. Fast forward a few years, she decided to launch her product idea…
 
This mission-driven entrepreneur has had quite the journey building her incredible company. When Megan Reamer, Co-Founder of Jackson’s Chips, developed the first recipe for slow-cooked chips made from sweet potatoes with coconut oil, she wasn’t thinking about creating something that would scale to the success that Jackson’s Chips has today. Megan’s…
 
What do you do when you learn through changing your own diet how easy it really is to fix those health issues that have stumped you for years? You start a company to bring your delicious creations to others. Julie Nguyen, Founder and CEO of the absolutely yummy company Methodology, shares her journey with us today. This luxury meal prep company del…
 
What do you do when you have an idea to make a product you love better? You create a company of course! Even if you are only 9 years old! Mike Schneider, Founder of FlatFace Fingerboards, wasn’t daunted back then by the task of making a category better. And he isn't today either as his company is one the largest in the world in fingerboard manufact…
 
Anna Brightman, Co-Founder of Upcircle Beauty was 22 when she had the idea for her company. Then she launched it with her brother Will. No small feat. Upcircle Beauty has grown to become the UK's #1 upcycled beauty brand - in just six years! When the brother and sister duo discovered that more than 500,000 tons of coffee grounds from London cafes w…
 
After experimenting with a multi-product line and then doubling-down on just ONE amazing product, this serial entrepreneur quickly dominated the haircare space… with a product many know and love! Carolyn Aronson, the Founder + CEO of It’s a 10 Haircare, shares how one of the only female-owned professional hair care brands in the world was able to s…
 
From immigrating from Baghdad, Iraq to building the multi-million dollar business of Numi Tea. With his sister! Ahmed Rahim, Co-Founder and Chief Vision Officer of Numi Organic Tea, shares their incredible story – including the struggles of a start-up, their trials and tribulations building the business, and so much more. Personal, rich, honest and…
 
It’s tough to be a CEO: we face difficult challenges every day and have to navigate our companies through the many obstacles that make our job pretty interesting. For women business leaders, the number and types of challenges are even further amplified. Imagine trying to start a beverage company in an overly saturated market, with no industry exper…
 
If you are curious about learning more about podcast advertising, or you want to determine whether your brand should be looking to monetize through podcast advertising, this episode is for you! Heather Osgood, Founder of True Native Media, is a serial entrepreneur who knows her stuff! Her incredible journey as a seasoned entrepreneur is riddled wit…
 
When Ibraheem Basir launched A Dozen Cousins in 2018, retail buyers questioned the marketability of the brand’s first products, a line of premium-positioned cooked beans. Four years later, those buyers are asking a different question: “How do we keep up with consumer demand?” Hear how this former General Mills marketing executive founded A Dozen Co…
 
Ever have an idea for a product and dream of creating it? Jenny Hutt did just that. She created one special, wearable, tilt-able and flippable reading glasses that you are going to love. Jenny is the Co-Founder & Co-Creator of Bunny Eyez. Her founding story is awesome and she shares how she created and is scaling her company. Her lessons are gold f…
 
What does it take to create and scale an online destination that empowering mothers to get the info they need including expert content and innovative product solutions? You don’t want to miss hearing what Jill Koziol, the Co-Founder & CEO of Motherly, has to say. You will learn how she built an audience of over 40 million+ viewers per month with co…
 
What’s it like to create and build a ridiculously beautiful, and successful, leading lifestyle publication? Camille Styles, Founder and Editor in Chief of Camille Styles knows. On this terrific episode we hear more about her founding story, just how hard it is to build a publication that has over 50 million impressions each month, and so much more …
 
Meghan Quinn knows just what it takes to make healthier alternatives to some of life's indulgences. For humans and dogs! That’s right, today on the show, you will hear how Meg uprooted herself from her role working in toys at Mattel to co-creating an awesome business that she saw an opening for – collagen-infused superfood dog cookies and gluten-fr…
 
Shawn Nelson knows how to make some of the most comfy pieces of furniture you will ever experience. But that isn’t all he has been working on at Lovesac. Shawn founded Lovesac in 1998 and after some highs and lows along the way, Lovesac is going gangbusters. We will hear about how the innovation has made Lovesac so unique as well as how Shawn got s…
 
What’s it like to carry on the Forbes legacy, a 104-year old company and one of the world's largest media brands? You won’t want to miss this conversation with Moira Forbes, Executive Vice President & Publisher of ForbesWomen. She shares more about the company, her journey to date and her role driving new business initiatives across the company’s d…
 
You won’t want to miss this next guest! Michael Chernow is a serial entrepreneur, restaurateur, podcast host, and most recently founded Kreatures of Habit, a terrific company whose first product is an amazing yummy oatmeal you need to try. Not just any oatmeal either. Hear more about the product, his company, and his journey – which stemmed from Ch…
 
Aleen Dreksler, Co-Founder and CEO of Betches, is a true inspiration and has an incredible story to tell. Her brand Betches was created and founded with her childhood friends and co-founders, Jordana Abraham and Samantha Sage. And while still in college at Cornell! This multi-platform media and entertainment company aimed toward millennial women ha…
 
Thrilled for you to hear from my next guest. I am speaking with Elyse Dickerson today, Co-founder & CEO of Eosera – a company that develops terrific products that address the health of ears. One of their products is THE go-to for that nasty earwax problem that no one of course wants a problem with. That’s right, earwax. The company’s main purpose i…
 
Listen up! My next guest is one you won’t want to miss. Can’t wait for you to hear my conversation with Adam Lippin the amazing Founder of HearMe. He previously founded Cuddlist and Atomic Wings and this serial entrepreneur knows more than a few things about creating, building and scaling. Lots of lessons you for sure will find interesting and educ…
 
Joe Demin and his Co-founder (and wife) Rachel Connor, Co-Founders of Yellow Leaf Hammocks went from selling hammocks out of a van to getting a $1 million investment on Shark Tank. This is a fantastic story of founders with an idea who bootstrapped their social enterprise for years, then innovated and created sustainable impact in communities that …
 
Who says, “Girls DON’T rule the world?” No one that we know. I can’t wait for you to hear this conversation with Diana Kapp, Author of Girls Who Green The World. In her book, Diana shares the stories of 34 women who are hip deep in the kind of environmental work that matters to the future of our planet. She shares her own journey and why sharing gi…
 
Bars and butters anyone? I can’t wait for you to hear this conversation with Nicole Ledoux, Co-founder and CEO of 88 Acres, an absolutely yummy food company thoughtfully crafting bars and butters with whole seeds and simple ingredients. Nicole co-founded 88 Acres in 2015 after changing careers from a different industry. We talk about the founding j…
 
Carrie Rich, Author of Impact The World: Live Your Values and Drive Changes as a Citizen Statesperson and CEO of the Global Good Fund, shares more about her new book and the tools that can help anyone drive social change for the better. Carrie also shares stories of her own journey investing in social entrepreneurs. This episode is sure to get you …
 
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