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AdWeek calls her the “Beverage Industry Disruptor” and now she’s bringing that same spirit to her podcast with The Kara Goldin Show. Join Kara Goldin, CEO of Hint Inc. and author of “Undaunted” every Monday and Wednesday for insightful conversations with the start-up world’s most fascinating entrepreneurs, disruptors and changemakers – including many remarkable founders who you don’t hear about everyday. Previous guests include Founder of Rumble Fitness, Eugene Remm; InStyle Magazine’s edito ...
 
A fond, lighthearted discussion on Eugen Systems World War II-themed operation-level RTS by two fans. Stretching across three platforms, RUSE lives up to its subtitle of "The Art Of Deception" by encouraging feints and decoys to be utilised within the broad strategy of the game. Joey Desperado, creator of the RUSE HQ fansite, along with Alex Connolly want to promote the broadcast as a jovial addition to any discerning RUSE fan's arsenal.
 
Three chill bros doing deep dives on the EU and NA Esports leagues of Heroes of the Storm. Discussing strategies and state-of-the-game ideas on how to get elite wins and dominate Silver & Gold leagues in all major Blizzard titles. Also talks about crypto currency, blockchain and technology from the point of view of engineering and comp sci.
 
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Julie Bornstein , co-founder and CEO of The Yes, has spent most of her career at the intersection of fashion and technology. Julie talks about how she has used data effectively to make a great e-commerce experience, the lessons she learned when she transitioned from being an executive to being an entrepreneur, what it is like to work with her co-fo…
 
Sarah Dusek, co-founder and CEO of Under Canvas, talks about how she discovered and created a new business in an entirely new industry. She also talks about how she has grown the brand, the importance of women in entrepreneurship, the project that she has started in Africa and much more. "Business is this incredibly powerful vehicle for driving cha…
 
Kristina Rodulfo talks about the cultural and social elements that go with beauty trends, how she has built her career in beauty journalism, the importance of digital media, and much more. "With a lot of hard work, I worked my way up and got to have a seat at the table - but to me, it wasn't enough for me to be there alone. I needed to bring other …
 
In 1917 Robert Pasin's grandfather founded Radio Flyer in Chicago. Remaining in the family for over 100 years, Radio Flyer has brought a lot of smiles and great memories to young families and their children. I'm sure you've seen their iconic Little Red Wagon out on playgrounds or around the neighborhood. On this show, Robert talks about the key str…
 
Christy Ross has made gardening innovative and adaptive to small living spaces and city living with her hanging wall plants and produce. On this show, she talks about how she started her plant business, the most important tips to business and entrepreneurship, the mission behind her work, and much more. "You got to just keep going because it's alwa…
 
Daniel and Kate Wadia are the founders of Mrs&Mr Creative Agency. Mrs&Mr is the branding and design brains behind many of your favorite companies including Hint (yes, they did our re-design!), SoulCycle, Rent the Runway, Google, WeWork, Sephora, and many more. Kate and Daniel talk about how they started their company, what their entrepreneurial jou…
 
I'm so excited to have Shellye Archambeau, former CEO, Fortune 500 board member, and author of Unapologetically Ambitious on this episode. Shellye talks about her new book, her secrets to succeeding as a CEO and executive, and much more. "I used setting goals and planning and being intentional as a way to actually change the odds." - Shellye Archam…
 
Afton Vechery, co-founder and CEO of Modern Fertility, joins me on today's episode. Modern Fertility is making personalized fertility information more accessible to women everywhere. The company provides fertility hormone essentials so women can be proactive about their reproductive health, whether they want kids or not. On this show, Afton talks a…
 
Nicole Staple talks about how Brideside has dealt with the COVID-19 pandemic (over 50% of weddings were canceled in 2020), how Brideside has leveraged technology to pivot their business, Nicole's biggest lessons from her entrepreneurial journey so far, and much more. "There's always a way. Find what the consumer loves, find something that doesn't c…
 
Joey Grassia, co-founder of Shef, talks about his entrepreneurial path, what it was like to sell his previous companies and start a new one, how he and his team at Shef have dealt with the COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of community, and much more. "I figured the best way to think of a new idea is not to sit in my room and look at the wall now t…
 
Daniel Kasidi got into branding, merchandise, and fashion at a young age - and in his twenties, he created Rastaclat bracelets which have become incredibly popular and are sold all over the world. Daniel talks about his entrepreneurial journey, how he's dealt with the COVID pandemic as an entrepreneur, his advice to a younger self, and much more. "…
 
Tracy McLaughlin is an incredible real estate agent, and she's been named Marin County's Top Real Estate Agent for the past 14 years. Tracy recently came about with a great new book called Real Estate Rescue: How America Leaves Billions Behind in Residential Real Estate and How To Maximize Your Home’s Value.…
 
Through creating The RealReal, Julie Wainwright has introduced a whole new way of buying and selling luxury consignment items. She created one of the first luxury consignment e-commerce companies, and she has turned into an incredible empire. Julie talks about how to deal with rejection, how and why she built The RealReal, the keys to growing and s…
 
Emma Isaacs talks about her new book Winging It, what she has learned as an entrepreneur, how she has managed to have six kids and build a family while also being an entrepreneur, and more. "It's about backing yourself and having the confidence to press on without having a roadmap of where it's going to take you." - Emma Isaacs…
 
Kurt Seidensticker of Vital Proteins talks about how he decided to create a collagen peptides product that was accessible to consumers, how he has approached digital marketing and working with influencers, what it has been like to build his company and more. "You need to create that brand awareness early on in the evolution of the brand." - Kurt Se…
 
Daniella Yacobovsky joins me on this episode to talk about how she and her co-founder started their fashion jewelry business BaubleBar, what she's learned in the last 10 years of business, the importance of understanding data and the "back-end" of the business, and much more. "You've got to have a backup plan all the time, so we have a backup plan …
 
Janie Brooks Heuck talks about how she moved from the health care industry to taking over her brother's winery business, the role of her family in her current business, how she has pivoted her business during COVID-19 to make wine tasting more socially distant, and more. "Every time I hear about something that's typical in the industry, I try to go…
 
Alan Grujic co-founded the large proprietary trading firm in Canada, but his current focus is on growing his newer company, All of Us Financial, which is an innovative investor empowerment platform. On this show, Alan talks about his entrepreneurial journey, why he has started All of Us, his interest in platform business models, how he became an en…
 
Steven Wolfe Pereira, is an artist, entrepreneur, Emmy-nominated executive producer and a CEO and co-founder. His company, Encantos, is an entertainment education company that makes multicultural content for families. "You don't fall into creativity. You fall out of it, because we're all naturally creative." - Steven Wolfe Pereira…
 
Shasta Nelson talks about the power of friendship in life and business, how she started her business, what her new book The Business of Friendship is about, how to deal with loneliness, and much more. "It's really important that each of us realize that being alone is not the same as being lonely." - Shasta Nelson…
 
Marie Lynch is well-versed in the non-profit sector as a non-profit executive. She has even met with President Obama to talk about economic mobility and unemployment. On today's show, she talks about what it was like speaking at The White House, her passion behind improving the workforce in America and social entrepreneurship, and more. "I knew tha…
 
Jessica Mah started inDinero in 2010 to help entrepreneurs with all their accounting and tax needs. She's grown the company from zero to over 250 employees, and she has been featured in the Forbes and Inc. "30 Under 30" lists. Jessica talks about building her business, what she has learned over the last 10 years, how to refuel when you're feeling t…
 
Michael Bernoff's new book Average Sucks: Why You Don't Get What You Want (And What to Do About It), reveals an incredible concept that Michael talks about on this show. He also talks about his entrepreneurial journey, the pain of obstacles, his tips for success, and much more.
 
Tessa Horovitz talks about how she and her co-founder started Ametti - an amazing travel accessories brand for women. Tessa also talks about her experience fundraising, tips to growing and scaling, and more. "Don't bother growing, scaling, and gigantic thing straight away. Start by testing little things at a time." - Tessa Horovitz.…
 
Shiza Shahid is an entrepreneur, an investor, a speaker, and a women's rights advocate. She's passionate about leveraging philanthropy, venture capital, technology, to drive scalable social impact. Shiza talks about her experience as an entrepreneur and more on today's show. "I think there's a role for nonprofits. I think there's a role for busines…
 
Helen Russell talks about how she and her co-founder have built Equator Coffee over the past 25 years. She also shares the safe and creative ways that they've continued business through the COVID-19 pandemic, how Equator has built their customer base, and more. "We champion human connection and kindness through the portal of coffee." - Helen Russel…
 
Mark Mastrandrea, co-founder of Ikonick, talks about how he has educated himself about digital marketing and selling art online, his secrets to problem-solving and growing his business, and much more. "Before you become a specialist, you really need to become a generalist. You need to understand everything that's going on in your company." - Mark M…
 
On this show, Sheri Salata and I talk about how she ended up working for Oprah for 20 years, her perspective on busyness, the importance of honoring yourself and living your fullest life, and much more. "I'm not going to live less than the life that I know I can live." - Sheri Salata.
 
On this show, Gregg Renfrew talks about being a purpose and mission-driven entrepreneur as the CEO and founder of Beautycounter. She talks about how she created a beauty brand with no experience in the beauty industry, why she decided to use a multi-level marketing model for her business, what consumers are actually looking for, and much more.…
 
On this show, Meghan Asha from Foundermade talks about the challenges that most brands go through when launching and scaling their companies, how Meghan and her team at FounderMade are taking their events business online during the COVID-19 pandemic, her best tips for being an entrepreneur during this time, and more.…
 
On this show, Liz Lange talks about how she started her business with very little money and a great idea, who and how to hire people, why she sold her brand a few years ago, and much more. "Hire the people who are the most enthusiastic about your brand, who you think are smart and you think are capable - not necessarily the people that come from th…
 
I'm so excited to have Eugene Remm as my guest on this show. He has started several businesses in the food and restaurant industry, and his company Rumble is one of the fastest-growing fitness companies in the country. On this show, Eugene talks about how he has turned his passions into successful businesses, he shares the business advice he would …
 
On today's show, Dan gives us an inside look into his social media agency and how social media advertising works. He also talks about his 100% charity organization, Model Citizen Fund, which distributes backpacks filled with 150 items to homeless people in West Coast cities and around the world. “From the worst business moment of my life came all t…
 
On this show, my guest Rebecca Minkoff shares some amazing stories about her fashion entrepreneurship journey. She talks about what it was like moving to New York to start her fashion career, the circumstance that led her to design and sell her first designer bag, how she decided to work with her brother as a business partner, and much more. "I thi…
 
On today's show, Maria Shriver talks about how she has continued to live a fulfilling life throughout the transitions that have come with each decade. We specifically talk about Alzheimer's and how to empower women to be healthier and more successful than ever before. "My mission is to remind women at different junctures of their lives who they are…
 
On today's show, Ainsley Rodriguez talks about how she has built her Instagram following and the lessons that she has learned along the way. She also talks about her new product lines which include nut butter frostings and collagen-based protein cookies (with more hair and skincare products coming out soon). "I think one definite key is consistency…
 
On today's show, sales expert Lisa Sasevich talks about her new book Meant for More: The Proven Formula to Turn Your Knowledge into Profits, how to figure out your unique value, how to charge for your service, and much more. "Figuring out your unique value that you offer to the world is one of the best assets that you have." - Lisa Sasevich. Learn …
 
On this show, Tina Hay, founder and CEO of Napkin Finance, talks about how she partners with banks and leaders like Michelle Obama, why she decided to start Napkin Finance, what it is like to be a content-related business, and much more. "Really great educational content that's not trying to sell you a product is really valuable." - Tina Hay…
 
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