Brit is joined by brand expert, educator, podcaster, and author Julie Solomon. She’s the ultimate powerhouse woman who recently published her first book called Get What You Want: How to Go From Unseen to Unstoppable. Julie was one of the first influencers to use her PR background to monetize her social media and pitch herself to major brands. We talk about how she’s learned to hone in on her bold decision making skills and break out of the ‘stuck’ mentality. We discuss how to be vulnerable...
Co-founder of The Little Market, Hannah Skvarla, shares her journey of starting a non-profit rooted in fair trade with her friend, Lauren Conrad. The Little Market is a nonprofit fair trade shop featuring ethically sourced products that are handmade by artisans around the world. Lori and Hannah discuss everything from communicating expectations with business partners to the power of in-person events and even how motherhood has impacted her approach to entrepreneurship. Hannah shares how she...
Today, Brit is joined by Digital Product Manager at Citi, Zoia Kozakov! Zoia’s path hasn’t exactly been linear, but the common thread through it all is that she starts every new endeavor by setting goals and asking herself what she wants to learn from each experience. Zoia and Brit discuss how her military experience has influenced her varied career, her top tips for setting yourself up for financial freedom, and how she navigates being a woman in a male-dominated industry. Tune in to hear...
Today, Lori is joined by the founder of The Skinny Confidential, Lauryn Bosstick! She’s an entrepreneur, podcast host, two-time best-selling author, and a mom and wife. Lori and Lauryn get into how to stay true to yourself on social media, breaking out into the beauty product space, and how Lauryn stays calm amongst the chaos of her career. Lauryn shares her tips for creating boundaries and maintaining a strong marriage, plus what she thinks is the biggest mistake that influencers make when...
On today’s episode, Brit and Lori chat about their goals for 2022 while enjoying their morning cup of coffee. They discuss staying centered and consistent with healthy habits and what they’re manifesting for their businesses this year. They also share their top tips for how to stay on top of your mental, physical, and emotional health. So get your favorite morning beverage and tune in to hear more about how Lori and Brit are setting themselves up for success this year!
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On today’s episode, Lori chats with Robin Long, CEO and founder of The Balanced Life, an online membership community that provides quick & effective Pilates workouts for busy women. Robin guides over 26,000 members on her platform, helping them discover balance, self love, and intuitive movement. The conversation covers everything from how Robin is simultaneously growing her business and family, signs of burnout, and how she stays present in motherhood, marriage, and her business.
On today’s quickie episode, Brit shares how she’s updated the concept of New Year's resolutions. Instead of major changes with tight deadlines, Brit sets goals with the intention of starting them in the next year, but knowing full well they may not be completed in the same calendar year. She outlines her intentions in five categories and checks in with those goals throughout the year. She also chooses a word to define how she shows up in the year. Tune in to hear what that word is and more!
Today, Lori sits down with business mentor and entrepreneur Jess Glazer to define what type of expert you are, regardless of where you are in your journey. Jess shares the differences between results, research, and role model experts, and the value that each type of expert has. Lori and Jess also discuss finding a balance on social media, how hobbies help your business, and the power of Post-It notes. Tune in to discover what kind of expert you are and learn how you can use that to your...
Today, we discuss the top three reasons why people don’t pursue their business ideas and how we’ve worked through those roadblocks. We share our experiences with imposter syndrome, struggling with deciding where and when to start, and overcoming the fear of failure. Listen in to hear more of our round table talk about how we’ve learned to embrace the discomfort and uncertainty in our entrepreneurial journeys and become stronger leaders because of it. So ask yourself, what’s stopping you from...
On today’s quickie episode, Brit shares details about her entrepreneurial experience and some of the lessons that she’s learned. She talks about how persistence, courage and surrounding herself with a strong team has helped her achieve goals beyond her wildest imagination. She reflects on how mindset and focusing on her ‘why’ has helped her through these past daunting 18 months. Plus, she shouts out inspiring women in business who empower and motivate her to dream as big as she possibly can.
Dr. Samantha Boardman is a New York-based positive psychiatrist who is committed to fixing what’s wrong and building what’s strong. She’s also the founder of positiveprescription.com, a website where she shares practical and achievable strategies that are life-enhancing and resilience-building. Dr. Boardman and Brit talk about post-pandemic resiliency, the power of connecting with others, and finding genuine fulfillment in life.
Heidi Zak is the Co-founder and CEO of ThirdLove, a lingerie company known for marketing body positivity and offering size-inclusive bras and half-cup sizes. With Brit hosting this episode, they shed light on the decades of negativity that came from the women’s lingerie industry, and how ThirdLove was formed to be the antithesis of this. Brit and Heidi talk about Heidi’s open letter to Victoria’s Secret, the importance of simplicity when starting your own company, how to lead a large team,...
Jen Gottlieb is the manifestation queen. She’s created an amazing life and wants to help all of you do it, too. But as we know, everyone pushing themselves to do new, better things runs into the dreaded imposter syndrome sooner or later. Luckily for us, Jen shares exactly how to get rid of it.
We sit down to answer some of your questions in this roundtable episode.
Laura Hutfless has the longest list of accolades of anyone I know – she’s the real deal. We cover everything from building a company to being a woman in business, as well as the harsh realities of life and how hard experiences can still lead to joy.
Keeping in mind that we’re emerging from the pandemic and starting to get back into the swing of things, Brit walks us through her current morning routine to see what tips and inspiration we can get from it.
Molly Sims is a true renaissance woman! She’s tried almost everything and managed to nail it every time. We discuss how to manage such a busy work/life balance because, after all, no one is just one thing.
Helaine Knapp reveals the backstory to building her boutique rowing studio brand, CityRow Go, and the people that have supported her entrepreneurial journey thus far.
We share the story of how we all met, came up with the idea of starting a podcast together, and executed it.
Lori shares the positive benefits of creating a learning habit, and some of her favorite positive learning resources.
We’re going to share how to bounce back from setbacks and obstacles and not let them hold you back from reaching your biggest goals.
Let’s explore the benefits of boredom and how to tap into it in order to spark more creativity in your business and life.
Lo Bosworth shares the story of founding Love Wellness, gives tips learned from scaling to where she is, as well as dishing out some of the wellness advice she’s discovered while diving deep into the industry.
Alli offers her tips for staying motivated through change and difficult situations.