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Girlboss Radio returns with our new host, Puno, to delight your minds and ears with stories that redefine success. From doctors and small business owners to engineers and activists, you’ll hear how success can be so much more than just likes, dollars, growth or any single measurement. This podcast is a must-listen for those who are expanding what success means to them and their community.Sign up to get Girlboss Daily in your inbox each morning and follow us on Instagram @girlboss to discuss the episode. Don’t forget to share your love for the Girlboss Radio podcast by leaving a rating or review on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.

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Yup, we’re going there. In this episode, Puno chats with Hari Nef, an actress, model, and writer who isn’t a huge fan of the term “girl boss.” Puno and Hari discuss the rise of #Girlboss feminism in the wake of Trumpism and the Women’s March back in 2017, and whether or not that ideology is still relevant today. Hari Nef was the the first openly transgender woman signed to IMG Models, starred in the Emmy-winning television series Transparent, and is currently working on writing her own television series, which you’ll hear all about in this episode!  Tune in for a spicy episode: in the words of Hari, “I actually took a poll on my finsta, ‘should I go on the Girilboss podcast?’ And the two options were ‘go on and be spicy’ or ‘die cool.’ And most people voted to go on and be spicy, so I'm here and I'm going to be spicy.” Thanks to our sponsors: Explore Vitruvi’s all-natural, 100% pure essential oils and gorgeous diffusers at vitruvi.com/girlbossradio and use code GIRLBOSS20 to get 20% off your next purchase. Create a beautiful, on brand website for your business with Squarespace! Head to squarespace.com/girlboss for a free trial, and when you’re ready to launch, use the offer code GIRLBOSS to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain!  WiFi running slow at work? Too many people on it at home? Visit netgear.com/girlboss and use code GIRLBOSS10 at checkout to save 10% on your purchase.
So you have a great product idea and want to bring it to life - but how do you actually make that happen? This week, Puno chats with Victoria Ashley, the founder of Laundry Day, a cool cannabis-adjacent brand of artisanal smokeware. Victoria shares every step of her journey from concept to designing your product, finding a manufacturer, and bringing your product to market through influencer marketing -- all as a one woman show! Together Puno and Victoria share tips on how to create a brand identity on your own, draft an email to get your mentors’ attention, influencer gifting, and so much more. Follow Laundry Day on Instagram @laundryday.co, Victoria at @_heyitsvic, and Puno at @punodostres! Thank you to our sponsors: Plan your Instagram & get your first month of Planoly free with code “girlboss” (all lowercase): https://plano.ly/3eYHlBp Build your dream course and save $99 with our exclusive offer for 30 days free of Thinkific Pro:  http://thinkific.com/girlboss99 Create a beautiful, on brand website for your business with Squarespace! Head to squarespace.com/girlboss for a free trial, and when you’re ready to launch, use the offer code GIRLBOSS to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain!
In 2020, millions of people responded to a widespread call to action to organize against racial injustice and systemic oppression. Social media was quickly utilized as a powerful tool for sharing essential resources, cultivating productive conversations, and growing activist movements at large.  Our guest this week is Sara Mora, an organizer who has dedicated her entire career to driving momentum online. Using a multi-pronged approach to advocate for immigration reform, Sara owns her multiple professional titles: a digital strategist, storyteller, poet, and activist. From meeting with world leaders to amplifying the messages of immigrant-led organizations, Sara is unwavering in her commitment to supporting her undocumented community. Sara Mora Website: https://www.misssaramora.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/misssaramora/?hl=en PopulationMIC: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/populationmic/?hl=en - Squarespace empowers millions of dreamers, makers, and doers by providing them with the tools they need to bring their creative ideas to life. Head to squarespace.com/GIRLBOSS for a free trial. When you’re ready to launch, use the offer code GIRLBOSS to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain.  Canva Pro is a simple, foolproof design platform that has everything you need to design like a pro. Right now, you get a 45-day extended trial by visiting canva.com/girlboss. WiFi running slow at work? Too many people on it at home? Visit netgear.com/girlboss and use code GIRLBOSS10 at checkout to save 10%.
So, what does it take to open a small retail business? It’s no easy feat. If you ask Kai Avant-DeLeon—the owner of Sincerely, Tommy, a Brooklyn-based concept store and coffee bar focused on emerging womenswear, lifestyle, and community—she’ll tell you it takes trusting yourself and truly manifesting your vision. And when it comes to tips on hiring for your small business, it’s all about finding people who share your vision put together a well-thought-out resume, and cover letter that shows they’re truly invested in your company (and no, that doesn’t mean simply DM-ing an Instagram profile). Kai says, “You also want to hire people who take themselves as seriously as you do.” She’s also adamant that one of the most important things about being a business owner is prioritizing self-care with simple—yet extraordinarily effective—things, like carving out time for yourself, meditating, journaling, and escaping the hustle of the city, which are a true recipe for success. Try Thinkific free for 30 days… saving you $99 on your course creation journey, by heading to thinkific.com/girlboss99 BetterHelp is customized online therapy, listeners get 10% off their first month at betterhelp.com/girlboss Squarespace empowers millions of dreamers, makers, and doers by providing them with the tools they need to bring their creative ideas to life. Head to squarespace.com/girlboss for a free trial and when you’re ready to launch use code GIRLBOSS for 10% off your new website or domain.
Running a small business isn’t easy -- just ask Isabelle Cossart, an entrepreneur who navigated her tourism business through many unexpected events, from Hurricane Katrina which devastated New Orleans, to 9/11 which halted travel throughout the USA, and more recently COVID-19, which has affected the entire world. This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp and Girlboss Radio listeners get 10% off their first month at BetterHelp.com/girlboss The world runs on WiFi, and small businesses are no exception. Visit netgear.com/business and use code GIRLBOSS10 at Checkout to save 10%. Did you enjoy this episode of Girlboss Radio? Comment and let us know what you think on our Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, and Facebook.  Don’t forget to share your love for the Girlboss Radio podcast by leaving a rating or review on Apple, Spotify, Podyssey or wherever you get your podcasts.
This week on Girlboss Radio, Puno talks business and TikTok marketing with our guest Vanessa Acosta, the one-woman show behind sustainable, ethical clothing brand Wasi, whose designs are made with textiles personally sourced from South America and handmade from scratch in LA.  Acosta is a Bolivian-American businesswoman who quite literally does it all for her business: she’s a graphic designer, fashion designer, photographer, and marketer. If that’s not the definition of a solopreneur—and girl boss—we’re not sure what is. In this episode, you’ll hear about Acosta’s journey of starting her own business after losing her job in fashion due to the pandemic, what it’s really like running an ethical and sustainable clothing brand, and how TikTok for your small business can be a major tool for growth (she single-handedly tripled her sales in 2020, and attributes it to her TikTok marketing). Puno and Acosta talk about the challenges of becoming an entrepreneur as an immigrant, feeling like for their story to be worthwhile it has to be grand and inspirational, as well as living up to the standards set out by their parents. This episode is brimming with both inspiration and TikTok marketing tips and tricks. Listen to it now on Apple Podcasts or Spotify, or read the interview below (which has been edited for clarity and length): https://www.girlboss.com/read/vanessa-acosta Check out Vanessa store at: https://wasiclothing.com When your business is ready to make that next hire, find the right person with LinkedIn Jobs. And now, you can post a job for free. Just visit linkedin.com/girlboss to post a job for free. Terms and conditions apply.
This week on Girlboss Radio, Puno talks about fibroids and endometriosis with our guest Dr. Soyini Hawkins—a gynecologist and surgeon specializing in the minimally invasive surgical management of fibroids and endometriosis. She’s also a women’s health activist, empowering women to be better advocates for their own health. Did you know that around 80 percent of women suffer from fibroids or endometriosis? That means if you sat down in a room with 10 of your girlfriends, eight of them could have it. So why aren’t we talking about it more openly and regularly? Dr. Hawkins is pioneering the conversation. She talks about everything from how she became a gynecologist and surgeon, being diagnosed herself with endometriosis and fibroids, having intense invasive surgery that put her out for eight weeks (then bounced back and gave birth to two children) and how her personal experience with the conditions inspired her to specialize in the field. New beginnings mean new opportunities to grow your business. To make things better, your first job post is free. Use the code GIRLBOSS to post a job for free! Visit http://linkedin.com/girlboss Usual wines are wines designed for the modern drinker. No more flat bubbly or stale Rosé. Usual wines are made from sustainably farmed grapes from world-class vineyards in Napa, Sonoma, and Santa Barbara. First glass on us, use code: GIRLBOSS, visit usualwines.com/girlboss   Parsley is female founded, doctor led, holistic medicine service; Parsley’s care team is trained to look for things conventional doctors often overlook. Meet your care team today - try Parsley Health for free and get $50 off your first month using the code GIRLBOSS. Visit https://www.parsleyhealth.com/ Did you enjoy this episode of Girlboss Radio? Comment and let us know what you think on our Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, and Facebook.  Dr. Soyini Hawkins MD, MPH, FACOG is a gynecologist and minimally invasive gynecologic surgeon specializing in the management of fibroids and endometriosis. Be sure to follow Dr. Hawkins on Instagram and Facebook and check out all her blog and library brimming with resources on fibroids and endometriosis on her website, Fibroid and Pelvic Wellness Center of Georgia as well as at the Journey Medical Research Institute. Find our episode transcription here: https://www.girlboss.com/read/fibroids-endometriosis-dr-soyini-hawkins
Puno talks to content creator, activist, and entrepreneur - Nabela Noor about building a platform on YouTube, TikTok, and Instragram driven by self-love and inclusion. Learn how Nabela’s brand is smashing beauty standards, uplifting marginalized voices, and celebrating moments of peace. We promised you resources on Cyberbullying. To learn more about laws related to cyberbullying and other resources to help you navigate these kinds of issues visit https://cyberbullying.org/ . This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp and Girlboss Radio listeners get 10% off their first month at www.betterhelp.com/girlboss   Usual Wines are wines designed for the modern drinker. get your first bottle on us with the code GIRLBOSS. https://usualwines.com/girlboss    A course on Thinkific can help you reach millions of people worldwide. To help get you on the right track, we want to give you the complete step-by-step guide on how to create and sell an online course, go to: thinkific.com/girlboss  Sign up here to get Girlboss Daily in your inbox each morning and follow us on Instagram @girlboss to discuss the episode. Looking for your dream job or dream employee? Transcription of this episode can be found here:  https://www.girlboss.com/read/nabela-noor
In June of 2015, the hashtag #LoveWins flooded social media in celebration of a landmark Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide. That evening, the White House lit up in rainbow colors to celebrate this critical step forward in our nation’s long struggle for equality. And while the struggle is far from over, in that summer of 2015, it felt like anything was possible.  On today’s episode of Girlboss Radio, we hear from someone else who broke barriers in the summer of 2015 when she became the first openly transgender person to serve as a White House staff member.  Raffi Freedman-Gurspan is one of those rare, truly courageous people—someone who comes from a long line of activists and who’s been an advocate for equality since joining the high school cheerleading team.  She’s paved paths for others to follow, and in this episode, we hear how her advocacy will continue to shape our future. This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp and Girlboss Radio listeners get 10% off their first month at www.betterhelp.com/girlboss   KkCO is a brand built by and in support of a creative community. Get 10% off your first purchase using GIRLBO$$.  Sign up here to get Girlboss Daily in your inbox each morning and follow us on Instagram @girlboss to discuss the episode and don’t forget to share your love for the Girlboss Radio podcast by leaving a rating or review on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.  Looking for your dream job or dream employee? Find a job or post your next one on the Girlboss Job Board.
Sophia Amoruso returns to the Girlboss Radio podcast—but this time as a guest.  The founder and former CEO of Girlboss left in 2020 just after the pandemic hit. After all, what’s left for an events company when the whole world stops traveling? Today, Sophia is busy building her new business—one that’s fully online and 100% bootstrapped. Girlboss, meanwhile, has new owners, a new mission, and a new podcast host. It only seems fitting that the new Girlboss Radio host, Puno, would make her debut in an interview with Sophia.   Usual Wines are wines designed for the modern drinker, get your first bottle on us with the code GIRLBOSS. Visit http://usualwines.com/girlboss Redoux, is a line of sophisticated scents and vegan skincare for the modern nostalgic to keep you in touch with what’s important; use the code GIRLBOSS at check out for 10% off your first purchase. Visit https://redoux.nyc/ New beginnings means new opportunities to grow your business. To make things better, your first job post is free. Use the code GIRLBOSS to post a job for free! Visit http://linkedin.com/girlboss Sign up here to get Girlboss Daily in your inbox each morning and follow us on Instagram @girlboss to discuss the episode and don’t forget to share your love for the Girlboss Radio podcast by leaving a rating or review on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Looking for your dream job or dream employee? Find a job or post your next one on the Girlboss Job Board.
Sasheer Zamata is a comedian, actress, and writer. She has not only broken into the entertainment industry—but into the notoriously cut throat world of comedy. You may have seen her flash her comedic style as a cast member on Saturday Night Live. She also made many comedy best-of lists, including Cosmopolitan, 13 Funny Women to Watch, and Timeout New York's top 10 funniest women in NYC.  Sasheer is booked and busy: She's appeared on The Late Night with Stephen Colbert, Netflix's The Last O.G., Hulu's Woke, as well as in films like The Weekend and I Feel Pretty with Amy Schumer. She's also performed at places like Bonnaroo, South by Southwest, New York Comedy Festival, and so many others. Her stand-up special, Pizza Mind, is available on Amazon Prime, and she is one half of the podcast Best Friends, with Nicole Byer, her BFF, and host of Nailed It!.  If that wasn't enough, she also serves as the celebrity ambassador for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and works with the Women's Rights Project.  In today's episode with Sophia, Sasheer talks about why she decided to break into comedy after college, why she doesn't believe in getting a big break, and why there's no better time than now to be a content creator. Sign up for the Girlboss Daily to receive tips on work, life, and how to chase (and reach!) your dreams: https://bit.ly/30A14AL  Follow Sasheer on Instagram at @thesheertruth and Twitter at @thesheertruth
Aimee Song is an influencer, fashion designer, blogger, author, and entrepreneur. Since launching her blog, Song of Style, in 2008, Aimee Song has become an international influencer with over 5 million followers. She is a member of the Forbes 30 under 30, and was featured by The Business of Fashion as one of the 500 people shaping the fashion industry.  Whether she's being snapped on the streets at Paris Fashion Week or sharing her outfit of the day from dreamy locales, you've surely seen her inspiring style all over Instagram. Aimee has partnered with major brands from Chloe, La Mer to Volvo, and is also a bestselling author. Her book, Capture Your Style, was on The New York Times best-seller list with her follow-up, Aimee Song: World of Style published in 2018. Her brand has expanded into what influencers dream of building.  Listen in as Aimee shares tips on building brands that last, and ways to grow a meaningful social media presence. This interview was recorded in front of a live audience at a Girlboss Rally with Sophia Amoruso. Watch this interview on Girlboss’s Youtube channel, here. Sign up for the Girlboss Daily to receive tips on work, life, and how to chase (and reach!) your dreams: https://bit.ly/30A14AL  Stop stressing over email and use Mailman to shield you from unimportant emails. Minimize interruptions and make your days calmer and more productive. Try Mailman for free for three weeks at http://bit.ly/mailman_gb. If you like it, use the code GIRLBOSS to save 20% on your first year. Follow Aimee on Instagram at @songofstyle and @aimeesong Follow Girlboss on Instagram at @girlboss.
Laura Allison Wasser is a highly respected author, entrepreneur, and Family Law expert. Most people know her as the divorce attorney to the stars. For over 20 years, she’s represented A-list celebrities from Kim Kardashian, Angelina Jolie and Stevie Wonder. Laura is the senior partner at the law firm Wasser, Cooperman, Mandles. She is also the founder and C.E.O. of It’s Over Easy, an accessible online service that makes divorce a hell of a lot less stressful—because, as she says, divorce terrifies everyone. Her mission is to empower couples to reclaim control over their own destinies. She has been named one of the California Daily Journal’s Top 100 Lawyers and Southern California’s Top 50 Women Attorneys every year for the last seven years. Laura is also the author of “How to Divorce Without Destroying Your Family or Bankrupting Yourself” and the host of "All's Fair With Laura Wasser," a podcast on iHeartRadio.  Listen in as Laura shares important advice on how anybody can negotiate like a lawyer, whether in the workplace or in relationships.  This episode was recorded live in front of an audience at the Girlboss Rally in 2019. Sign up for the Girlboss Daily to receive tips on work, life, and how to chase (and reach!) your dreams: https://bit.ly/30A14AL  Stop stressing over email and use Mailman to shield you from unimportant emails. Minimize interruptions and make your days calmer and more productive. Try Mailman for free for three weeks at http://bit.ly/mailman_gb. If you like it, use the code GIRLBOSS to save 20% on your first year. This episode was recorded live in front of an audience at the Girlboss Rally in 2019. You can also watch this interview on Girlboss’s Youtube channel, here. Follow Laura on Instagram at @laurawasserofficial and Twitter at @itsovereasy. Follow Girlboss on Instagram at @girlboss.
Rupi Kaur is a poet, artist, and performer. Born in Punjab, India, Rupi immigrated with her parents to Canada at the age of four. At just 28 years old, her work has taken the literary world by storm. While studying in university, Rupi wrote, illustrated and self-published her debut poetry collection, “milk and honey.” In the years since, it has become an international phenomenon and landed as a New York Times #1 bestseller. Its artistic sibling, “the sun and her flowers,” was published in 2017 and debuted as a #1 global bestseller.  Rupi’s words on love, loss, trauma, healing, and femininity continue to inspire and connect readers from all around the world. Recently, she released her widely anticipated third poetry collection, “home body,” a reflective and intimate journey that visits the past, present, and potential of the self. Her books have sold over 8 million copies, and have been translated into over 40 languages. She's toured the world performing, hosted writing workshops, and has been featured on Forbes 30 under 30 list, and BBC's 100 Women in 2017.  In this original interview with Sophia Amoruso from 2017, Rupi sits down to chat about her family’s migration, artistic storytelling, the meaning of success, and the importance of having honest dialogues with yourself. Enjoy the conversation! Sign up for the Girlboss Daily to receive tips on work, life, and how to chase (and reach!) your dreams: https://bit.ly/30A14AL  Meal planning will never be the same again. Visit mealime.com/girlboss for 50% off a Pro subscription. Follow Rupi on Instagram at @rupikaur_ and Twitter at @rupikaur_. Follow Girlboss on Instagram at @girlboss. Rupi’s stage performances are magnetic musical interactions of poetry, art and theater. Witness her poetry reading from the Girlboss 2019 rally.
Sallie Krawcheck is an inspiring female founder, one of the most influential women in business, and a Girlboss Rally speaker. Sallie has worked on Wall Street for most of her career and was regularly called "the most powerful woman on Wall Street.” She eventually became the CEO of Merrill Lynch, Smith Barney, US Trust, the Citi Private Bank, and Sanford C. Bernstein. She was also Chief Financial Officer for Citigroup. Over the course of her impressive career in the finance world, Sallie witnessed widespread sexism and disregard of women's investing needs.  She’s now the CEO and Co-Founder of Ellevest, a digital investment platform built by women for women, and the chair of Ellevate Network, a global network for professional women.  In this episode, learn how Sallie turned a career on Wall Street into a mission to get more money into the hands of women, why not enough women are investing and how we can narrow the gender investing gap by providing women with the right education and tools to become better investors. This episode was recorded live in front of an audience at the Girlboss Rally in 2019 with Neha Gandhi. Sign up for the Girlboss Daily to receive tips on work, life, and how to chase (and reach!) your dreams: https://bit.ly/30A14AL  Stop stressing over email and use Mailman to shield you from unimportant emails. Minimize interruptions and make your days calmer and more productive. Try Mailman for free for three weeks at http://bit.ly/mailman_gb. If you like it, use the code GIRLBOSS to save 20% on your first year. Follow Sallie on Linkedin at Sallie Krawcheck and Twitter at @SallieKrawcheck. Did you enjoy this episode of Girlboss Radio? Comment and let us know what you think on our Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, and Facebook.
Michelle Phan is the ultimate female entrepreneur, digital pioneer, and beauty superstar. You may know Michelle as one of YouTube’s original superstars whose channel has received over 1 billion views, making her one of the most watched talents in the digital space.  She has built multiple multi-million dollar businesses including Ipsy, a makeup subscription company, EM Cosmetics, and most recently, Thematic, a marketplace that enables creators to find and use copyright-free songs from real artists in their videos. She has been featured on Forbes' 30 Under 30, Inc’s 30 Under 30 Coolest Entrepreneurs, and Fast Company’s Most Creative People in Business.  In this conversation with Neha Gandhi, Michelle shares her journey into entrepreneurship, rebranding herself, surviving burnout, her thoughts on business intuition, and the importance of recharging to gain clarity. This episode was recorded live in front of an audience at the Girlboss Rally in 2019. Sign up for the Girlboss Daily to receive tips on work, life, and how to chase (and reach!) your dreams: https://bit.ly/30A14AL  Meal planning will never be the same again. Visit mealime.com/girlboss for 50% off a Pro subscription. Follow Michelle on Instagram at @michellephan and Twitter at @MichellePhan. Did you enjoy this episode of Girlboss Radio? Comment and let us know what you think on our Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, and Facebook.
Today, we’re re-airing our most popular Girlboss Radio episode from 2019 with the trailblazing Elaine Welteroth. Elaine has had a meteoric career as the former editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue, New York Times best-selling author,and most recently, is one of the founders of 15 Percent Pledge with Aurora James and Selby Drummond, a non-profit organization urging major retailers to commit 15% of their shelf-space to Black-owned businesses Elaine recently started a new project as the host of the vodcast, Built to Last, in partnership with Amex. This vodcast spotlights valuable insights and lessons from influential Black founders, past and present. Listen in and learn how Elaine broke into the magazine business with tenacity, talent and a desire to shake things up. Through her leadership, she has brought social consciousness into Conde Nast and helped Teen Vogue become the voice of a generation. She broke new grounds to hold the title as the youngest person and second Black editor-in-chief in Conde Nast’s 107-year history. If you’ve ever been curious about how to find a mentor, give yourself a seat at the table or break into the magazine business, you're in luck. Tune in and learn how to turn adversity into purpose, pursue multiple dreams, and foster authentic representation and change in an organization. Sign up for the Girlboss Daily to receive tips on work, life, and how to chase (and reach!) your dreams: https://bit.ly/30A14AL  Stop stressing over email and use Mailman to shield you from unimportant emails. Minimize interruptions and make your days calmer and more productive. Try Mailman for free for three weeks at http://bit.ly/mailman_gb. If you like it, use the code GIRLBOSS to save 20% on your first year. Follow Elaine on Instagram at @elainewelteroth and Twitter at @ElaineWelteroth.   Did you enjoy this episode of Girlboss Radio? Comment and let us know what you think on our Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, and Facebook.  Did you enjoy this episode of Girlboss Radio? Comment and let us know what you think on our Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, and Facebook.
Maria Menounos is a long-standing Hollywood veteran. She’s an actress, Emmy Award-winning journalist, best selling author, founder and CEO of Afterbuzz TV, and host of Better Together with Maria Menounos, a daytime talk series and podcast dedicated to transforming lives, and transforming together. Maria always says, "getting better isn’t easy, but it’s a whole lot easier when we do it together."  Maria has worked for some of the biggest shows including Entertainment Tonight and The Today Show. As a journalist, she had sit down interviews with every US president since Bill Clinton.  After being diagnosed with a brain tumor, her perspective on work drastically shifted. Her mission now is to share the lessons she learned with others about protecting both your mental and physical health while balancing an incredibly rewarding career.  This interview with Maria was recorded live in front of an audience at a Girlboss Rally LA 2019 and her message is as important as ever. Listen in and learn why Maria thinks women need to save time for themselves through hobbies and mindful activities, balance their personal and professional lives, and focus on what truly matters in life. Sign up for the Girlboss Daily to receive tips on work, life, and how to chase (and reach!) your dreams: https://bit.ly/30A14AL  Follow Maria Menounos on social media at @mariamenounos and check out her show, Better Together with Maria Menounos.  Meal planning will never be the same again. Visit mealime.com/girlboss for 50% off a Pro subscription. Did you enjoy this episode of Girlboss Radio? Comment and let us know what you think on our Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, and Facebook.
To celebrate the importance of voting, Girlboss is re-running this May 2019 interview between Neha Gandhi and actress, fearless activist, podcast host, Alyssa Milano. Listen in to hear Alyssa discuss her friendship with presidential candidate Joe Biden, the importance of leveraging social media, being outspoken, and why she continues to leverage her platform for activism. At the time of this episode, Alyssa had not yet endorsed Biden. She did so in March 2020. Sign up for the Girlboss Daily to receive tips on work, life, and how to chase (and reach!) your dreams: https://bit.ly/30A14AL Stop stressing over email and use Mailman to shield you from unimportant emails. Minimize interruptions and make your days calmer and more productive. Try Mailman for free for three weeks at http://bit.ly/mailman_gb. If you like it, use the code GIRLBOSS to save 20% on your first year. Follow Alyssa Milano on Twitter at @alyssa milano and on Instagram at @milano_alyssa. Did you enjoy this episode of Girlboss Radio? Comment and let us know what you think on our Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, and Facebook. You can also email us at radio@girlboss.com.
Bozoma Saint John is a force of nature and one of the most sought after marketers and speakers on the planet. Her career trajectory has been carved through hard work, determination and unshakeable confidence. Bozoma was recently named Global Chief Marketing Officer at Netflix. Before that, she was the Chief Brand Officer at Ube and the Chief Marketing Officer for Endeavor, a global leader in entertainment, sports and fashion. She’s been on list after list, including Forbes’ Most Influential CMOs list and Black Enterprise’s Most Powerful Women in Business.  This conversation with Bozoma was recorded live in front of an audience at a Girlboss Rally before Boz was at Netflix—but her message is more relevant than ever, which is why we’re excited to share it today. Listen in and learn why Boz thinks women need to celebrate themselves (and their sisters!) more, hiring for diversity, hiring our friends, balancing our personal and professional lives-and how to tackle tough work situations—with men. Sign up for the Girlboss Daily to receive tips on work, life, and how to chase (and reach!) your dreams: https://bit.ly/30A14AL Follow Bozoma Saint John on social media at @badassboz and read the show notes on our blog. Want to get more eyes on your job postings? Purchase a premium job posting and get featured in our limited Jobs section in the official Girlboss daily Newsletter — the go-to spot for women in business: https://jobs.girlboss.com Share your thoughts on this episode and more on Instagram at @Girlboss.
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Mahsa Gholami

I love love love what you do people! go ahead and stay as lovely as you are.❤️🥰

Feb 9th
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Mahsa Gholami

amazing inspiring!

Dec 7th
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Mahsa Gholami

that was the best podcast I could listen to thanks to Jennifer and you all by arranging the best and most inspiring experience, beliefs. love you all❤️keep on being so good

Dec 2nd
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Eboni Wilson

This was a great episode. I enjoyed the tips as well as the focus on trying to create balance.

Sep 7th
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Camila Ribeiro

Amazing!!

Jun 19th
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Kathryne Regaudie

I am a 29 year old woman who works on myself and develops skills to work for myself. Thank you!

Jun 8th
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Nikki Garza

This is so informative! Thank you for your story and insight ❤

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Sabrina Haselhorst

lol phone o9no. of

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lightblue1208

Love your podcast

Aug 20th
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Laurean Robinson, MA

Such a powerful interview about overcoming bullying and embracing your uniqueness! I definitely needed this!

Aug 1st
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Priya Patkar

I felt same way on Sophia and Liz segments. I'm​ glad they reduced the segment as the podcast went along though they were going for fun. It came off dimwitted, esp when sometimes it contrasts them mocking someone & follows w/interview of someone from a tough background. I'm big fan of women she brings on since most of them don't show up on other podcasts. Not big fan of how she often tries to compare her eBay business story to someone who started a company like Thinx from scratch. She was entrepreneurial and sure the podcast is a promotional device, but she never really acknowledges her luck. Glamorizing her dropout status and then acting more entitled about her employees than a COO at Loreal is just off-putting and esp ironic after Nasty Gal went bankrupt. Overall, the guest content is great and I think host should be more enthused about guests than putting herself on same level as them. In the same vein as what their first job was, more concrete advice on success could be awesome and maybe even group panels? It is also refreshing overall that the conversations are not too stuffy

Sep 7th
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iTunes User

Wow, it's a bummer that the segment at the top with Sophia and Liz is so so so painful to listen to... Liz's 'funny voices' do not translate well and are absolutely grating, especially if you're listening on headphones. Otherwise, the podcast is good. Nice to hear interviews with successful women, tho it could benefit from MORE DIVERSITY, both racially and from women of financial backgrounds. Sometimes the roster of guests seems a bit name-drop'py.

Aug 30th
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iTunes User

This podcast was recommended in a large group of female entrepreneurs. So, I went and downloaded all the episodes and started listening from the beginning. Not too bad, I thought! Someone who understands working women and what drives us to be excellent. So, imagine my HORROR when I get to the beginning of the episode with Gregg Renfrew. Liz tells a story about a date gone badly and the two proceed to make fun of the man. So he skipped out on a date. Clearly, you're not for each other, but to be so CHILDISH as to use shrill voices and make a litany of fake excuses to go home from a date? That is NOT #girlboss.

Aug 30th
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