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Best You By CONNECTEDITORIAL podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The catalyst for change often arises when you recognize that your days don’t feel complete. For Vanessa Barboni Hallik, this realization was two-fold. When the former finance executive turned fashion founder made the entrepreneurial leap, she refocused her ambitions to not only reshape her individual career but to recalibrate the future of an indus…
 
The intersection of creativity and problem-solving has proven to be a vital combination as we collectively endure global crises on all fronts. And perhaps no one understands this better than Eryn Danielle, a New York-based creative professional, movement artist, and new founder. From her enduring love of dance to spearheading social and brand initi…
 
If we’ve learned anything in recent months, it’s to appreciate the journey just as much as the destination. And when it comes to modern travel, this idea couldn’t be more timely—just ask Lale Arikoglu. As the Senior Lifestyle Editor at Condé Nast Traveler, Lale has combined her journalistic roots and love of travel to create a space that informs an…
 
Emily Schildt’s appetite for life has created the foundation for a life well-lived—and well-traveled. Emily is the founder of Pop Up Grocer, a traveling grocery store that showcases hundreds of products from over 150 innovative food, beverage, home, pet, and body care brands. Since the shop’s inception, Emily has brought Pop Up Grocer around the co…
 
As we enter a new era of Slow Stories, we're excited to keep relaunch week going by introducing the second installment of our segment, Soul Stories. If you've listened to past episodes of Slow Stories, you might be aware that we begin each episode with a "slow story" contributed by a member of our community. These stories have inspired each of our …
 
Novelist, memoirist, screenwriter, reader, mother, daughter. Stephanie Danler’s title isn’t singular, and perhaps that is what makes her such a compelling storyteller. If you’ve read Stephanie’s work, you might already be aware of her gift for writing about the human experience in a way that captures your heart, and sometimes breaks it, due to her …
 
The art of socializing has changed drastically, thanks to the advent of the internet. While technology can serve as a powerful mode for connection, there are a few people who understand the unique value of gathering around a table — especially if it’s good enough for the gram. Jessica Latham is one of these individuals. As co-founder of Social Stud…
 
We envisioned kicking off a new season of Slow Stories on a different note, but as we all know, the widespread tragedy caused by COVID-19 has forced us to slow down in more ways than one. Still, we wanted to think about the most effective way to contribute to an ever-evolving, noisy landscape that has spread uncertainty to every corner of the globe…
 
The vibrancy and artistry of Tanya Taylor’s vivid prints, flowing silhouettes, and dynamic collections have made her a leading contemporary fashion designer. Beyond aesthetics, Tanya is quickly becoming known for leading the charge in building a brand that has a true heart. Furthermore, Tanya’s passion, honesty, and focus on creating accessibility …
 
Michael Ventura, the Founder and CEO of Sub Rosa—a brand strategy and design practice that believes deeper understanding creates better solutions—understands the importance of conscious business. Enter Applied Empathy, a methodology developed by Michael and his team that arms professionals with the tools and framework they need to harness and lead …
 
Alisha Ramos has risen to prominence as the Founder and CEO of Girls’ Night In—a newsletter and event series championing the ever-pressing self-care movement that is changing the way modern women approach (and make space for) wellness today. The weekly newsletter has become a digital oasis for over 150k women who’d rather stay in tonight. Furthermo…
 
The business world is changing for the better thanks to visionaries like Fran Hauser. The long-time media executive has seen the storytelling landscape evolve drastically throughout her career and in her roles at iconic digital media businesses, including Time Inc. and AOL. But as she transitioned into investing and advising mostly women-led startu…
 
Aishwarya Iyer of Brightland—a modern olive oil company based in Los Angeles, California—is transforming the way we think about food. Despite being a first-time founder, Aishwarya is already making big strides in the slow food industry by raising the standards in production, as well as leading the charge in having transparent conversations regardin…
 
Jaclyn Johnson, the Founder and CEO of Create & Cultivate and the author of WorkParty, has been a longtime champion on women entrepreneurs. In 2016, she invited our founder Rachel Schwartzmann to speak at their conference in Dallas and has graciously continued to support us since then. In this interview, we caught up with Jaclyn, who spoke more abo…
 
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