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Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

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Each week on Girlboss Radio, you'll hear honest conversations with trailblazing women. These women go deep on what it takes to build a successful career or grow a business with staying power—while living life on their own terms and navigating personal and professional curveballs. Expect hilarious, vulnerable, ~useful~ conversations that humanize the known, champion the unknown, and laugh a little at the absurdity of life. Hosted by Sophia Amoruso, CEO and founder of Girlboss and Neha Gandhi, editor in chief and COO of Girlboss.

Latest Episodes

Bootstrapping a business from the ground up, with Clare Vivier, founder of Clare V.

EClare Vivier first got the idea for her handbag business while working as a journalist for French TV. She was looking for functional, but stylish laptop cases and, when she couldn’t find one, she made her own. Many other designs followed in the years after, including chic handbags made with luxury materials in colorful, understated designs. In the decade since that first design, Clare has upgraded her business, Clare V, into a well-respected handbag and accessories line that is stocked in retailers ranging from Net-a-Porter to Nordstrom, along with her flagship store in Silver Lake. Tune in to this episode of Girlboss Radio to hear how Clare bootstrapped the business early on, why she insists on producing products locally and how she knew she found the right business partner. Plus, hear how one encounter with a buyer provided a difficult, but valuable lesson on how to best price your products. To shop Clare’s designs, go tohttps://www.clarev.com/ Have feedback on the show? Email us atradio@girlboss.com

55 MIN5 d ago
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Bootstrapping a business from the ground up, with Clare Vivier, founder of Clare V.

Discussing the future of media in 2020 and beyond, with Ashlyn Gentry of Attention Capital

EIt’s no secret that the media landscape has changed dramatically with the growth of social media apps. (Think: Click bait headlines and inflated viewership that make it harder to decipher what content is actually resonating with audiences). But fear not! At Girlboss, we’re focused on YOU, our loyal community of listeners, readers and fans. Which brings us to why we're so excited about the next chapter of Girlboss. That is, we’ve *officially* been acquired by the media holding company Attention Capital! Sound scary? It’s not—it just means even bigger things are ahead for us. To walk us through what changes are ahead for Girlboss, Sophia talks with Ashlyn Gentry, a founding partner of Attention Capital. Tune in for an honest conversation about the future of media, why brands must pass the “T-shirt test,” and so much more. To learn more about Attention Capital, go to:https://attentioncapital.com/ Have feedback on the show? Email us at radio@girlboss.com

50 MIN1 w ago
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Discussing the future of media in 2020 and beyond, with Ashlyn Gentry of Attention Capital

It’s the holidays! Sophia looks back on 2019

EIt’s that time of year when the halls are decked...and, well, you know the drill. Don’t worry, though—we’re not playing holiday music in this special. For the last Girlboss Radio episode of 2019, Sophia looks back on all the good stuff that made the year a monumental one. Tune in to hear why it’s been a growth year for Girlboss on all fronts, from the Rally to podcasts. Plus, Sophia takes us through some of her favorite moments from the new season of Girlboss Radio. Get ready for some bite-sized nuggets of wisdom on all things entrepreneurship and leadership, courtesy of some of the incredible women who’ve come on Girlboss Radio. P.S. The pod will be taking a little break for the next few weeks, but you can keep up with us on Instagram, at: https://www.instagram.com/girlboss/ And while you’re at it, share your favorite episodes of 2019 with the hashtag #GirlbossRadio and we might just re-share it! Have feedback on the show? Email us at radio@girlboss.com

31 MIN2019 DEC 18
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It’s the holidays! Sophia looks back on 2019

The strategy behind smart marketing, with Melissa Grady, CMO of Cadillac

EMarketing isn’t exactly what it used to be 10 years ago (or even five or three years ago). Today, companies big and small are spending big budgets on targeted ads, social media, influencers, and more. But does that mean the fundamentals of marketing no longer apply? On this week’s episode of Girlboss Radio, we get some answers, thanks to Melissa Grady, the CMO of Cadillac. As CMO of Cadillac, Melissa leads strategic marketing around the world for the luxury car dealer. Tune in to hear Sophia chat with Melissa about how Cadillac has continued to find new and ~smarter~ ways to target customers, why she's so excited about Super Cruise and what's next for the automobile company. Plus, hear Melissa’s best advice for managers and team leaders. To find out more about Cadillac and shop their latest car models, go to cadillac.com. Have feedback on the show? Email us at radio@girlboss.com.

35 MIN2019 DEC 11
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The strategy behind smart marketing, with Melissa Grady, CMO of Cadillac

How to walk into a room like a boss, with Saweetie, rapper and businesswoman

EOn this week’s episode of Girlboss Radio, Sophia sits down to chat with the one and only Saweetie, the NorCal rapper who broke into the Billboard Hot 100 earlier this summer with the hit single, “My Type.” Since breaking into the music scene, Saweetie has gone on to collaborate on a clothing collection with Pretty Little Thing and has expanded her personal brand of Icy Girl into a line of merch and more. Tune in to hear Saweetie talk about why she almost quit the music biz, why she prefers to keep a 9-to-5 schedule while in the studio, and how she deals with the haters online. Plus, she shares her advice for how you can advocate for yourself in the boardroom.To keep up with Saweetie, follow her on IG: https://www.instagram.com/saweetie/ To shop the Icy Girl merch, go to: https://www.icybysaweetie.com/ Have feedback on the show? Email us at radio@girlboss.com

51 MIN2019 DEC 4
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How to walk into a room like a boss, with Saweetie, rapper and businesswoman

Why being the underdog can be a good thing, with Rep. Tulsi Gabbard

EOn this special episode of Girlboss Radio, we’re joined by Hawaii representative and presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard. Gabbard is the U.S. Representative for Hawaii's 2nd congressional district, and the first-ever Samoan-American, as well as Hindu, member of Congress. She has an extensive background in both politics and the military, having served in the Hawaii Army National Guard since 2003 and serving four terms in Congress. Now, she’s a Democratic presidential candidate for the 2020 election. Tune in to this episode to hear Rep. Gabbard chat with Sophia Amoruso about why she decided to enlist in the military, how she got over her introverted tendencies, and what issues she hopes to tackle if elected to the presidency. Plus, hear Gabbard explain how her underdog mentality got her through her first political campaign—and why she thinks it’s a winning strategy moving forward. To find out more about Rep.Tulsi Gabbard’s campaign, go to:https://www.tulsi2020.com/ To keep up wi...

45 MIN2019 NOV 27
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Why being the underdog can be a good thing, with Rep. Tulsi Gabbard

Lessons on scaling a company and growing a team, with Anastasia Soare of Anastasia Beverly Hills

EWhen Anastasia Soare first stepped foot in Los Angeles, there was something about the reigning beauty trends of the time that baffled her. Everywhere, it seemed, women were over-plucking their eyebrows into skinny and—ahem—not-so-flattering shapes. But Anastasia knew better—and became determined to show women exactly *how* transformative a pair of well-groomed and full eyebrows could be. She began taking her brow-shaping expertise to the Hollywood A-list and eventually worked her way to grooming the brows of the one-and-only Oprah. Very quickly, things took off for her business and today, Anastasia is known as the "Eyebrow Queen" for having birthed an entirely newindustry staple around eyebrows. On this week’s episode, Anastasia chats with Sophia about how she first sparked the idea for Anastasia Beverly Hills. Plus, she shares the trick to booking your first client, how you can grow a team and, of course, how to shape the perfect brows. Keep up with all things eyebrows on IG:ht...

47 MIN2019 NOV 20
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Lessons on scaling a company and growing a team, with Anastasia Soare of Anastasia Beverly Hills

How to nurture your craft—the smart way, with Amanda Seales, comedian, actress and producer

EAmanda Seales has surely lived a thousand career lives—and no doubt put in her 10,000 hours of practice—all in the pursuit of refining her craft as an entertainer. To say it's paid off *might* be an understatement. After years spent working as a host and doing one-woman shows, Amanda has become a multi-hyphenated entertainer (and with a master's degree from Columbia University, no less!). Today, Amanda is a regular on HBO's "Insecure," has guest-starred on "Black-ish," and, earlier this year, released her debut stand up special, I Be Knowin on HBO. Oh, and she also has hundreds of thousands of fans who follow her comedic wit on Instagram and on her podcast, Small Doses with Amanda Seales. In this episode of Girlboss Radio, Sophia and Amanda talk about everything from what it takes to thrive in so many industries to how we can all network in the digital age. Plus, hear her tips for how wecan all set healthy boundaries at work and beyond. To keep up with Amanda, follow her on IG at:https://www.instagram.com/amandaseales/ To listen to her podcast, check out Small Doses with Amanda Seales wherever you get your podcasts. Have feedback on the show? Email us atradio@girlboss.com

47 MIN2019 NOV 13
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How to nurture your craft—the smart way, with Amanda Seales, comedian, actress and producer

How to disrupt the beauty industry, with Marcia Kilgore, serial entrepreneur

EWe all know that starting and running a business is hard. So—when you’ve managed to launch several successful businesses in just a few short years, you know you’ve got the secret formula down pat. In this episode of Girlboss Radio, Sophia talks with Marcia Kilgore, the serial entrepreneur behind companies like Bliss Spa, FitFlop, Foam & Substance, Soaper Duper and, most recently, Beauty Pie. Tune in to hear how Marcia got her start as an entrepreneur after working as a personal trainer, how she negotiated the sale of Bliss Spa, and why she thinks Beauty Pie is her best business endeavor yet. Plus, hear the books she recommends every entrepreneur read. To keep up with Marcia, follow her on IG:https://www.instagram.com/marcia.kilgore/ To shop Beauty Pie, go tohttps://www.beautypie.com Have feedback on the show? Email us atpodcasts@girlboss.com

57 MIN2019 NOV 6
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How to disrupt the beauty industry, with Marcia Kilgore, serial entrepreneur

How to build a loyal community, with OG influencer Lauryn Evarts Bosstick

ELauryn Evarts Bosstick is the founder of one of the most popular blogs around, The Skinny Confidential. Over the last decade, she's parlayed her following and content into a bonafide business with a book, podcast, and products galore—bridging the gap from influencer to entrepreneur. On this episode of Girlboss Radio, Sophia and Lauryn discuss the peaks and pitfalls of entrepreneurship, how to create content that resonates, and what it's like to work alongside your husband.

35 MIN2019 OCT 30
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How to build a loyal community, with OG influencer Lauryn Evarts Bosstick

Latest Episodes

Bootstrapping a business from the ground up, with Clare Vivier, founder of Clare V.

EClare Vivier first got the idea for her handbag business while working as a journalist for French TV. She was looking for functional, but stylish laptop cases and, when she couldn’t find one, she made her own. Many other designs followed in the years after, including chic handbags made with luxury materials in colorful, understated designs. In the decade since that first design, Clare has upgraded her business, Clare V, into a well-respected handbag and accessories line that is stocked in retailers ranging from Net-a-Porter to Nordstrom, along with her flagship store in Silver Lake. Tune in to this episode of Girlboss Radio to hear how Clare bootstrapped the business early on, why she insists on producing products locally and how she knew she found the right business partner. Plus, hear how one encounter with a buyer provided a difficult, but valuable lesson on how to best price your products. To shop Clare’s designs, go tohttps://www.clarev.com/ Have feedback on the show? Email us atradio@girlboss.com

55 MIN5 d ago
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Bootstrapping a business from the ground up, with Clare Vivier, founder of Clare V.

Discussing the future of media in 2020 and beyond, with Ashlyn Gentry of Attention Capital

EIt’s no secret that the media landscape has changed dramatically with the growth of social media apps. (Think: Click bait headlines and inflated viewership that make it harder to decipher what content is actually resonating with audiences). But fear not! At Girlboss, we’re focused on YOU, our loyal community of listeners, readers and fans. Which brings us to why we're so excited about the next chapter of Girlboss. That is, we’ve *officially* been acquired by the media holding company Attention Capital! Sound scary? It’s not—it just means even bigger things are ahead for us. To walk us through what changes are ahead for Girlboss, Sophia talks with Ashlyn Gentry, a founding partner of Attention Capital. Tune in for an honest conversation about the future of media, why brands must pass the “T-shirt test,” and so much more. To learn more about Attention Capital, go to:https://attentioncapital.com/ Have feedback on the show? Email us at radio@girlboss.com

50 MIN1 w ago
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Discussing the future of media in 2020 and beyond, with Ashlyn Gentry of Attention Capital

It’s the holidays! Sophia looks back on 2019

EIt’s that time of year when the halls are decked...and, well, you know the drill. Don’t worry, though—we’re not playing holiday music in this special. For the last Girlboss Radio episode of 2019, Sophia looks back on all the good stuff that made the year a monumental one. Tune in to hear why it’s been a growth year for Girlboss on all fronts, from the Rally to podcasts. Plus, Sophia takes us through some of her favorite moments from the new season of Girlboss Radio. Get ready for some bite-sized nuggets of wisdom on all things entrepreneurship and leadership, courtesy of some of the incredible women who’ve come on Girlboss Radio. P.S. The pod will be taking a little break for the next few weeks, but you can keep up with us on Instagram, at: https://www.instagram.com/girlboss/ And while you’re at it, share your favorite episodes of 2019 with the hashtag #GirlbossRadio and we might just re-share it! Have feedback on the show? Email us at radio@girlboss.com

31 MIN2019 DEC 18
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It’s the holidays! Sophia looks back on 2019

The strategy behind smart marketing, with Melissa Grady, CMO of Cadillac

EMarketing isn’t exactly what it used to be 10 years ago (or even five or three years ago). Today, companies big and small are spending big budgets on targeted ads, social media, influencers, and more. But does that mean the fundamentals of marketing no longer apply? On this week’s episode of Girlboss Radio, we get some answers, thanks to Melissa Grady, the CMO of Cadillac. As CMO of Cadillac, Melissa leads strategic marketing around the world for the luxury car dealer. Tune in to hear Sophia chat with Melissa about how Cadillac has continued to find new and ~smarter~ ways to target customers, why she's so excited about Super Cruise and what's next for the automobile company. Plus, hear Melissa’s best advice for managers and team leaders. To find out more about Cadillac and shop their latest car models, go to cadillac.com. Have feedback on the show? Email us at radio@girlboss.com.

35 MIN2019 DEC 11
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The strategy behind smart marketing, with Melissa Grady, CMO of Cadillac

How to walk into a room like a boss, with Saweetie, rapper and businesswoman

EOn this week’s episode of Girlboss Radio, Sophia sits down to chat with the one and only Saweetie, the NorCal rapper who broke into the Billboard Hot 100 earlier this summer with the hit single, “My Type.” Since breaking into the music scene, Saweetie has gone on to collaborate on a clothing collection with Pretty Little Thing and has expanded her personal brand of Icy Girl into a line of merch and more. Tune in to hear Saweetie talk about why she almost quit the music biz, why she prefers to keep a 9-to-5 schedule while in the studio, and how she deals with the haters online. Plus, she shares her advice for how you can advocate for yourself in the boardroom.To keep up with Saweetie, follow her on IG: https://www.instagram.com/saweetie/ To shop the Icy Girl merch, go to: https://www.icybysaweetie.com/ Have feedback on the show? Email us at radio@girlboss.com

51 MIN2019 DEC 4
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How to walk into a room like a boss, with Saweetie, rapper and businesswoman

Why being the underdog can be a good thing, with Rep. Tulsi Gabbard

EOn this special episode of Girlboss Radio, we’re joined by Hawaii representative and presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard. Gabbard is the U.S. Representative for Hawaii's 2nd congressional district, and the first-ever Samoan-American, as well as Hindu, member of Congress. She has an extensive background in both politics and the military, having served in the Hawaii Army National Guard since 2003 and serving four terms in Congress. Now, she’s a Democratic presidential candidate for the 2020 election. Tune in to this episode to hear Rep. Gabbard chat with Sophia Amoruso about why she decided to enlist in the military, how she got over her introverted tendencies, and what issues she hopes to tackle if elected to the presidency. Plus, hear Gabbard explain how her underdog mentality got her through her first political campaign—and why she thinks it’s a winning strategy moving forward. To find out more about Rep.Tulsi Gabbard’s campaign, go to:https://www.tulsi2020.com/ To keep up wi...

45 MIN2019 NOV 27
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Why being the underdog can be a good thing, with Rep. Tulsi Gabbard

Lessons on scaling a company and growing a team, with Anastasia Soare of Anastasia Beverly Hills

EWhen Anastasia Soare first stepped foot in Los Angeles, there was something about the reigning beauty trends of the time that baffled her. Everywhere, it seemed, women were over-plucking their eyebrows into skinny and—ahem—not-so-flattering shapes. But Anastasia knew better—and became determined to show women exactly *how* transformative a pair of well-groomed and full eyebrows could be. She began taking her brow-shaping expertise to the Hollywood A-list and eventually worked her way to grooming the brows of the one-and-only Oprah. Very quickly, things took off for her business and today, Anastasia is known as the "Eyebrow Queen" for having birthed an entirely newindustry staple around eyebrows. On this week’s episode, Anastasia chats with Sophia about how she first sparked the idea for Anastasia Beverly Hills. Plus, she shares the trick to booking your first client, how you can grow a team and, of course, how to shape the perfect brows. Keep up with all things eyebrows on IG:ht...

47 MIN2019 NOV 20
Comments
Lessons on scaling a company and growing a team, with Anastasia Soare of Anastasia Beverly Hills

How to nurture your craft—the smart way, with Amanda Seales, comedian, actress and producer

EAmanda Seales has surely lived a thousand career lives—and no doubt put in her 10,000 hours of practice—all in the pursuit of refining her craft as an entertainer. To say it's paid off *might* be an understatement. After years spent working as a host and doing one-woman shows, Amanda has become a multi-hyphenated entertainer (and with a master's degree from Columbia University, no less!). Today, Amanda is a regular on HBO's "Insecure," has guest-starred on "Black-ish," and, earlier this year, released her debut stand up special, I Be Knowin on HBO. Oh, and she also has hundreds of thousands of fans who follow her comedic wit on Instagram and on her podcast, Small Doses with Amanda Seales. In this episode of Girlboss Radio, Sophia and Amanda talk about everything from what it takes to thrive in so many industries to how we can all network in the digital age. Plus, hear her tips for how wecan all set healthy boundaries at work and beyond. To keep up with Amanda, follow her on IG at:https://www.instagram.com/amandaseales/ To listen to her podcast, check out Small Doses with Amanda Seales wherever you get your podcasts. Have feedback on the show? Email us atradio@girlboss.com

47 MIN2019 NOV 13
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How to nurture your craft—the smart way, with Amanda Seales, comedian, actress and producer

How to disrupt the beauty industry, with Marcia Kilgore, serial entrepreneur

EWe all know that starting and running a business is hard. So—when you’ve managed to launch several successful businesses in just a few short years, you know you’ve got the secret formula down pat. In this episode of Girlboss Radio, Sophia talks with Marcia Kilgore, the serial entrepreneur behind companies like Bliss Spa, FitFlop, Foam & Substance, Soaper Duper and, most recently, Beauty Pie. Tune in to hear how Marcia got her start as an entrepreneur after working as a personal trainer, how she negotiated the sale of Bliss Spa, and why she thinks Beauty Pie is her best business endeavor yet. Plus, hear the books she recommends every entrepreneur read. To keep up with Marcia, follow her on IG:https://www.instagram.com/marcia.kilgore/ To shop Beauty Pie, go tohttps://www.beautypie.com Have feedback on the show? Email us atpodcasts@girlboss.com

57 MIN2019 NOV 6
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How to disrupt the beauty industry, with Marcia Kilgore, serial entrepreneur

How to build a loyal community, with OG influencer Lauryn Evarts Bosstick

ELauryn Evarts Bosstick is the founder of one of the most popular blogs around, The Skinny Confidential. Over the last decade, she's parlayed her following and content into a bonafide business with a book, podcast, and products galore—bridging the gap from influencer to entrepreneur. On this episode of Girlboss Radio, Sophia and Lauryn discuss the peaks and pitfalls of entrepreneurship, how to create content that resonates, and what it's like to work alongside your husband.

35 MIN2019 OCT 30
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How to build a loyal community, with OG influencer Lauryn Evarts Bosstick
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