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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
 
Welcome to MinkaFit, a fitness podcast dedicated to encouraging people to start working out. CONNECT WITH ME INSTAGRAM : https://www.instagram.com/minka_fit SNAPCHAT: @ MinkaFit FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/MinkaFit PODCAST: https://anchor.fm/minka Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/minka/support
 
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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 a…
 
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 simpl…
 
Though she is widely known for dressing celebrities on the red carpet, Ali Levine is more of an entrepreneur in stylist’s clothing. This mother of two has worked in nearly every niche of the fashion industry, including corporate design at Coach and Fendi, working as an executive at Target, costume design for film, and, of course, celebrity styling.…
 
Ellen Bennett didn’t quite know what she was going to do when she landed in Mexico at age 18, ready to explore her cultural heritage and embark on a voyage of self-discovery. Tirelessly working odd jobs, including announcing the winning lottery tickets on TV, a stay of two months quickly became four years, and she was ready for the next adventure. …
 
In this special encore episode, you'll hear a previously released conversation Rebecca had 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 rela…
 
There was a time when the concept of the Dollar Shave Club was revolutionary. Amy Errett, however, was unimpressed. Even then, the founder and investor of multiple companies had that entrepreneurial hunch that there was an even better way to do things. With unrivaled patience, she spent what most founders would find an excruciating amount of time i…
 
When Tiffany Dufu says “I am the cumulative investment of a lot of women who have poured themselves into me,” she’s not just speaking of her own accomplishments. She’s paying it forward in droves. Her passion for helping women and girls extends from her role as a board member of Girls Who Code, to the authoring of inspirational memoir Drop the Ball…
 
What is Betches, you ask? Actually, you probably don’t have to, and the more important question is what isn’t Betches involved in? What started as a satirical blog between lifelong friends is now a 12 brand, multiplatform media company that spans content across 10 podcasts, multiple best-selling books and popular merchandise, all at the tips of 105…
 
Growing up spending time in her mom’s salon in Harlem, Diarrha N’Diaye learned a lot. From her mother’s business, started after her parents immigrated from Senegal with little knowledge of English, Diarrha learned about hard work and the entrepreneurial spirit. But what made a lasting impression was the atmosphere her mother cultivated: one of welc…
 
Lindsay Albanese will be the first to admit that she is easily bored. She is also very open about the fact that she was never a great student. That hasn’t stopped her, however, from being a self-proclaimed “hard-ass worker.” When design school wasn’t what she hoped for, Lindsay set her sights on styling – an industry that, to this day, requires a l…
 
There is a message perpetuated over and again that sacrifice is synonymous with being a good mother. While there is inherently a degree of surrender that accompanies parenthood, it’s also impossible to nurture our children if we constantly neglect to nurture ourselves. Heather Chauvin understands firsthand how the intersection of parenting and hust…
 
Ever since she spent afternoons watching TRL and Oprah, Marianna Hewitt knew she wanted to be in entertainment. After various stints studying broadcast journalism, public relations, and hosting, a mix of timing and skill poised Marianna to become one of the first big influencers, first on YouTube and then through Instagram. Marianna’s understanding…
 
Dr. Casey Means started off as a surgeon with a focus on the ear, nose and throat. After spending some time in the field, however, a pattern emerged. Dr. Means came to realize that many conditions treated with drugs or surgery were not eradicating the root cause of disease, which could in fact be managed by a change in diet and lifestyle. Data show…
 
It’s hard to imagine Norma Kamali as anything other that the iconic, successful designer she has built herself to be over the last 50+ years. Her avant garde designs have graced the likes of Farrah Fawcett and Whitney Houston, and decades of creative looks have earned her a CFDA Lifetime Achievement Award. There was a time, however, when Norma was …
 
As a young professional working in politics, media booking and corporate communications, Lauren Wesley Wilson was dismayed to see a glaring lack of people of color in leadership roles. What started as a series of luncheons to bring together women of color in communications planted the seed for what would become ColorComm, Inc., the umbrella company…
 
When Courtney Rich was leafing through Bon Appétit magazine, looking for a cake to make for her son’s first birthday, she didn’t realize that an afternoon spent in the kitchen would open the door to a whole new world. That first cake may not have been perfect, but the excitement that Courtney felt at trying something new, and the subsequent experim…
 
Between Instagram models and ads for juice cleanses, the word “authenticity” is thrown around so much these days it’s practically lost all meaning. Enter Jessica Zweig, personal branding expert and CEO of SimplyBe. Agency, rooting down in the essence of true authenticity and teaching others to do the same, not only for brand success but, more impor…
 
This episode is sponsored by Medela. From the boardroom to the living room, Medela has your pumping needs fashionably covered with the new, limited edition Rebecca Minkoff x Medela Pump & Baby Bag that works with all Medela pumps. The classic, versatile design will make this bag a staple well beyond baby’s breastfeeding years! We’ve got to get wome…
 
Rachel Rodgers knew she wanted to be a lawyer from a young age. However, when a less than positive experience in a white, male-dominated law school led her to start her own firm after graduation, she had no idea that it would be her entrepreneurial skills that would take center stage. When her largely female clientele started asking more about busi…
 
Daniella Pierson is an inspiration, but the 25-year-old founder and CEO of one of the fastest growing media platforms did not always feel like the confident boss she is today. Possibly the next (better) Zuckerberg, Daniella founded The Newsette while still in college at Boston University. She’ll be the first to tell you that she didn’t necessarily …
 
If years in investment banking taught Cate Luzio anything, it’s that big risks equal big rewards. Cate entered the world of finance without any formal training in the subject, and rose to lead thousands of employees in multibillion dollar ventures worldwide. Despite a fantastically successful career, Cate couldn’t picture herself in finance for the…
 
To celebrate the launch of Rebecca's new book, Fearless: The New Rules for Unlocking Creativity, Courage, and Success, we're sharing a series of talks from a recent event! In this episode, the one and only, Jessica Alba, chats with Rebecca Minkoff about how she stays creative and continues to move the needle in every industry she touches. Order you…
 
Well into adulthood, Mandana Dayani felt pressure to be the ideal daughter, immigrant and employee. Starting out as a lawyer, she’s had more than one impressive career. She’s had several, in fact, but it wasn’t until she found herself aghast at recent U.S. immigration practices that she found her true calling. Working with friends and connections w…
 
You’ll never see “before and after” photos on the The Sculpt Society’s website or Instagram, and that’s a very intentional choice by founder, Megan Roup. A dance-based subscription fitness app, Megan knew from the start that she wanted workouts to be simple, fun and effective, but also rooted in body positivity. Launched not long before the pandemi…
 
How many of us have robotically asked, “How are you?,” and given the zombie response, “Fine,” when we could all use that as a moment to gently and authentically check in with ourselves and one another? Jenna Arnold prefers to ask “how your heart is doing,” digging beneath the social dance to reveal a nugget of true feeling. One of Oprah’s “Top 100 …
 
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