7 episodes

Welcome to Vanessa Wants to Know, a podcast where you'll hear conversations that move you. Get ready to laugh, cry, and be inspired, as you listen to host Vanessa Hong talk to paradigm shifters about their wins, losses, and everything in between. 

Vanessa Wants To Know Vanessa Hong

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 67 Ratings

Welcome to Vanessa Wants to Know, a podcast where you'll hear conversations that move you. Get ready to laugh, cry, and be inspired, as you listen to host Vanessa Hong talk to paradigm shifters about their wins, losses, and everything in between. 

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
67 Ratings

67 Ratings

ksligh ,

KEEP EM COMING!

This is the first time I’ve ever reviewed a podcast because it’s been the first one that is TRULY different and relaxing! I love that Vanessa delves into the personal lives of her guests instead of their business! SOOO many podcasts only touch base on the individuals careers and their business. It’s so refreshing to learn a different side of a leader in the fashion world/business world. It makes them more human! Vanessa is also SO caring and truly wants to hear from her guest and it shows. Vanessa - I would love to hear a podcast about your story as well! Please keep the podcasts coming! :)

Bobbie Yanoupeth ,

I CAN’T GET ENOUGH!!!

Vanessa captivates the audience by asking all questions that we want to hear. And then dives deep with her guest and we as the audience, are excited to be on this journey. Thank you for your commitment and authenticity. You’ve always brought style to the fashion game and you’re smacking us with style in the podcast realm as well! XOXOXOXOXO

TrueReviewNoFilter ,

Aimee was so refreshing

I don’t really know Vanessa but I loved hearing Aimee’s voice. Her truth. She just came off very sincere and authentic. Only advise I can give to Vanessa is maybe just listen and give a “right and a yeah...here and there” but not while the person is speaking bc it takes away from the speakers message. I do that a lot to bc I want to give the speaker affirmation and validation and encouragement to continue and open up. But as a listener, I know it can feel distracting. Aimee was audibly more comforting to listen to and I feel it’s bc there was a true organic and natural vibe to her. Like she finally knows where she wants to be, go but most importantly who she is and who she isn’t. This was nice. Just listening without any images was nice too bc there was nothing distracting to look at or focus on.

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