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The #metoo movement is proof women still need safe spaces to share ideas, support and lift each other up. This is especially important for Millennial women, who are just starting out in their careers. Millennials are are more likely to take risks, start businesses, and are determined to do it all while maintaining healthy lifestyles and relationships. And when something pisses us off, we are not afraid to speak out! Join host and longtime journalist Nneka Nwosu Faison in weekly discussions about the latest news, information, and inspiring interviews from Millennials (and those who love them). Let’s climb to the top together!

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The #metoo movement is proof women still need safe spaces to share ideas, support and lift each other up. This is especially important for Millennial women, who are just starting out in their careers. Millennials are are more likely to take risks, start businesses, and are determined to do it all while maintaining healthy lifestyles and relationships. And when something pisses us off, we are not afraid to speak out! Join host and longtime journalist Nneka Nwosu Faison in weekly discussions about the latest news, information, and inspiring interviews from Millennials (and those who love them). Let’s climb to the top together!

    Get a job in tech when you're not a tech person

    Get a job in tech when you're not a tech person

    Emily Dreyfuss wanted to be two things when she was younger: an actress and a poet. Today, she is on TV quite a bit...not acting in a drama, but as an occasional expert on cable news (though some could argue cable news has as many twists and turns as a Shonda Rhymes show)! But Dreyfuss spends most of her time writing. Not poetry, though her work is so beautiful the lines read like carefully crafted stanzas. Dreyfuss writes articles on culture and tech. As a senior writer at Wired Magazine, Dreyfuss has had to battle her share of trolls, but they've never stop her from being her authentic self, pursuing her career, and starting a family.

    7 Things Every Female College Grad Should Remember on the Job Search

    7 Things Every Female College Grad Should Remember on the Job Search

    Millions of female college students will soon be entering the workforce. Where and how should they start the job search? Should they go for their dream job or just pay the bills? Move abroad or back home with mom and dad? Whatever your question is, we've got answers. In this episode we are joined by two girl bosses, Casey and Meghan. Casey is a recent college grad living her dream in NYC and climbing her way from behind the camera to in front of it. Yass! And Meghan is killing it as a manager at a major Art Museum. Different perspectives, great advice!

    To get a job writing for Insecure, take Amy Aniobi's advice!

    To get a job writing for Insecure, take Amy Aniobi's advice!

    Amy Aniobi writes for the hit HBO show, "Insecure," staring Issa Rae. The show is currently taping it's third season, but Amy (my Nigerian sister from another mister) took some time to chat with us. She even has a season three spoiler for us so listen until the end!

    Amy’s story is not only about a 30 something living her best life and working for a hit show. It is also about picking your passion and sticking with it no matter what, believing you've achieved success before it happens.
     
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    How to start a business when you have no money

    How to start a business when you have no money

    Meaghan St. Marc says she is the most non-entrepreneur Entrepreneur. But sometimes you can't fight destiny! This is who she was meant to be! In the last few years she and her business partner have opened not one, not two, but THREE spin studios. Like many of us, she felt like she had to do what she studied in college, but her love of fitness and helping people couldn't be denied.
    Today, Rev'd Indoor Cycling (http://www.revdindoorcycling.com/) has a big following in the Boston 'burbs. In fact, when Soul Cycle moved in next door. But this small business did not get scared by the competition. In fact, business has gotten better.
    A HUSTLER, newlywed, and soon to be mommy, Meag is definitely a girl boss, which she describes as a woman doing something, pushing the limits, creating and supporting. YASS!

    Is ClassPass worth it? It was for one 30 something!

    Is ClassPass worth it? It was for one 30 something!

    When her first idea didn’t work out, Mary Biggins pushed on.
    That’s her personality.
    She’s a problem solver, a go getter.

    Call her, “Boston Strong,” if you will.
    Today, she is CoFounder of two successful companies, ClassPass and MealPal.

    ClassPass is in 49 Cities worldwide. The app connects users to fitness classes at a much lower cost than buying classes directly from studios. At last check, ClassPass has raised more than $450 million dollars with millions of classes booked through the app to date.
    MealPal works similarly. For a price of about $5.99 per meal, users can get lunch from participating restaurants near their work area.
    If you use either app, or just want to be inspired, listen to Mary's story!
     
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    Can a career woman find love?

    Can a career woman find love?

    I know I said we would be releasing new episodes every other week, I wanted to sneak in another episode in honor of Valentine's Day. As a hopeless romantic, I couldn't pass up the opportunity. I wanted to know what the heck would attract someone to a BOSS, an ambitious person? Is it difficult to marry someone who is so dedicated to their career? Is it intimidating? Do these ambitious people offer something special, a certain je ne sais quoi?
    To get answers, I asked my husband. What's it like to be in love with a Boss? We kept it profesh, so don't worry, not a lot of mushy-gushy stuff. Enjoy!
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