February 26, 2020
Kelsey Moreira talks about how she turned her idea into a business, the key to branding a company, what it was like to be on Shark Tank, and much more. "Finding a way to make desserts my life was my new mission.” - Kelsey Moreira. Learn more about this episode at
February 19, 2020
Sara Dietschy talks about what it was like to drop out of college and become a Youtuber, her newest entrepreneurial endeavors, and much more. "I love making videos. That is my 100% true passion. I don't think I would be where I am without that. So I think if you're not coding, make content. If you're not making content, code because you can do anything with those two things." - Sara Dietschy. Learn more about this episode at
February 12, 2020
Rebecca Soffer about how to get people comfortable with talking about grief, what her website Modern Loss does to support people who are grieving, and more. "Why can we talk about everything else in the world, but not grief?" - Rebecca Soffer. Learn more about this episode of Unstoppable at
February 5, 2020
Diana Kapp talks about the people she interviewed for her book Girls Who Run the World, why experiencing rejection is essential to success, and more. "A lot of the women in the book talked about 'it is not about who does it best or who wins first, it's being the last man standing'." - Diana Kapp. Learn more about this episode of Unstoppable at
January 29, 2020
Cliff Weitzman and I talk about how Cliff built this app, what his hiring principles are, what he has learned so far as an entrepreneur and much more. "Reading should never be a barrier to learning for anyone." - Cliff Weitzman. Learn more about this episode at
January 27, 2020
Tune in this Wednesday for the return of Unstoppable with Kara Goldin.
December 18, 2019
Erika Nardini talks about how she became the CEO of Barstool Sports, her thoughts on TikTok, how she's grown a media company so quickly, and much more.
September 10, 2019
Today Jason Harris talks about how he built his incredible award-winning creative agency, Mekanism, and his NEW book The Soulful Art of Persuasion. "You have to believe in it, or you shouldn't be trying to sell it in any way." - Jason Harris. Learn more about this episode at
August 14, 2019
Robyn Sue Fisher talks about what she found out when she started researching the ice cream industry, why she invented a new ice cream machine, and more. "With Smitten, I worked with a team of engineers to invent an ice cream machine that makes ice cream in less time than it takes you to get a latte at your favorite coffee shop." - Robyn Sue Fisher. Learn more about this episode at
July 31, 2019
Caitlin Landesberg talks about how she decided to start Sufferfest Beer, what it is like to create a beverage by and for athletes, being a mom and CEO + more. "No really means 'not right now', and you've got to tell yourself that." - Caitlin Landesberg. Learn more about this episode at
July 17, 2019
Karla and Shilpa talk about how Karla came up with the idea to start Cuyana, what it is like to have an international supply chain, raising money, and more. "I have an opportunity to maximize what I contribute, to see and push my limits to my capacity. And so I think that ability wasn't lost on me, to try it, to really see what we were all capable of.” - Shilpa Shah. Learn more about this episode at
July 3, 2019
Finding the perfect tee can be a challenging task. Holly Peterson joins me today to talk about her incredibly comfy and fashionable t-shirt brand, Fite. "Because I am my own customer, I know that people will love it. They just have to put it on and in one day they will fall in love." - Holly Peterson. Learn more about this episode at
June 19, 2019
Amanda Slavin is the CEO of CatalystCreativ, an experience studio that creates educational and inspirational events for cities, brands or movements. "You're giving an opportunity for these younger generations to be a part of your brand, a part of your identity, be a part of your story, versus trying to shove a product down their throats." - Amanda Slavin. Learn more at
June 5, 2019
Mike Flynn talks about his career journey as an entrepreneur, the questions you should be asking yourself when you're trying to find your purpose, and more. "Be ok with being normal. Your story matters. You can facilitate something great right where you're at." - Mike Flynn. Learn more about this episode at
May 22, 2019
ThirdLove is one of the fastest growing brands in the country, and on today's episode Heidi Zak talks about how she created such a successful company. "If you go throughout your day and haven't thought about your bra once, then ThirdLove has done its job well." - Heidi Zak. Learn more about this episode at
April 24, 2019
You'll love Christina Stembel's transparency about what it is like to be the founder and CEO of Farmgirl Flowers, her entrepreneurial journey and much more. "Growing up in the farm environment, I was taught that if we don't have the money, we don't spend it - which has really helped me in growing a business." - Christina Stembel. Learn more about this episode at
April 10, 2019
Darby Jackson talks about her wellness entrepreneurship career and how she became a co-founder of Après, what she has learned about fundraising and more. "It started off being inspired by a need for women post-workout. The product has since evolved into being something that speaks to the modern consumer post-workout."- Darby Jackson. Learn more about this episode at
March 27, 2019
Leslie Silverglide knew that she wanted to pursue eco-entrepreneurship after grad school. So she and her husband started Mixt salad restaurant in 2005. "I realized that I was not meant to be a on-the-ground conservationist at all, and if I wanted to make a big impact then I'd need to do that through business. And seeing that business utilizes most of the world's resources, it seemed like a pretty interesting fit.” - Leslie Silverglide. Learn more about this episode at
March 13, 2019
Ali Bonar and I talk about how she invented "Granola Butter", the lessons she's learned as a budding entrepreneur, great food-for-thought on branding and more. "I never thought that I would start my own food company, but it has been so fun and so rewarding." - Ali Bonar. Learn more about this episode at
February 27, 2019
Nikki Azzara joins me on today's episode of Unstoppable to talk with us about her entrepreneurial journey selling cookie dough that's actually good for you! "The lows are brief and painful, but if you can see the larger vision and know that there are thousands of people who are buying this and there are thousands of people that want it. That, to me, is the most important thing every day.” Nikki Azzara. Learn more about this episode at
February 13, 2019
Co-founder of Rent the Runway, Jenny Fleiss, now leads a startup called Jetblack. Today she talks about innovation, tips for entrepreneurs, and more. "Entrepreneurship is like highs and lows. I think it is like flying a plane at low altitude. It is like the highs are really high and the lows are really low and it feels like your going to crash. It is great having a co-founder because there are different moments during then when you need to pick each other up.” - Jenny Fleiss. Learn more about this episode at
January 30, 2019
Listen in to today's episode with Jessica Herrin, the founder of Stella and Dot, the multi-million dollar jewelry, bags, accessories, and clothing social selling company.  "You do not have expertise when you start. You get expertise over time with failure, with iteration, with tenacity.” - Jessica Herrin. Learn more about this episode at
January 16, 2019
Marion Nestle’s research and writings have examined a lot of the scientific and socioeconomic influences on food choices, obesity, and food safety. "Food is one of life’s greatest pleasures and people should be enjoying it and eating what they love. It makes me really sad that people are in such pain and it makes me angry with the food industry for deliberately confusing people.” - Marion Nestle. Learn more at
September 26, 2018
The blowout queen and founder of Drybar, Alli Webb, joins me on today’s episode of Unstoppable to talk about building her incredible hair enterprise. "If Drybar didn’t work, no one was going to die, the world wasn’t going to end, and I would’ve figured something else out. I think you have to have that mentality to not feel afraid to take that big leap.” - Alli Webb. Learn more about this episode at
September 12, 2018
Starting as a line cook in a kitchen in L.A., Ellen Bennett came up with a great idea that has turned into multimillion dollar brand, Hedley & Bennett. "It is just like listening to your customers in the restaurant world and realizing they are just really functional. Everything they do is so smart and efficient and better. So then we take that and put it into our direct to consumer channels too.” - Ellen Bennett. Learn more about this episode at
August 29, 2018
As a young serial entrepreneur Jake Kassan raised $30,000 on Indiegogo in one day! Today he talks about how he did that and co-founded MVMT Watches. "I think that the evolution of a brand takes time, and you learn things by testing and failing. That’s how I became and entrepreneur to begin with.” - Jake Kassan. Learn more about this episode of Unstoppable at
August 15, 2018
Listen in as Elie Ayrouth talks about how he started Foodbeast from his college dorm room, how he's landed major brand deals, and more on today’s show. "I don’t really have a passion to cook. But I knew that there were people that liked food but didn’t need all the pretentiousness around it, and I wanted to fill that gap.” - Elie Ayrouth. Learn more about this episode of Unstoppable at
August 1, 2018
New York City based lifestyle and portrait photographer, Jeremy Cohen, talks about how his creativity caught the attention of major brands on today's show. “The most helpful thing is being passionate about it. I genuinely love photography, so that alone just makes this all easier. It makes it easy to do this. If you love it, you can make it happen.” - Jeremy Cohen. Learn more about this episode of Unstoppable at
July 18, 2018
On today’s episode, Yuval Rechter of First Media joins me to talk about growing, scaling, and hiring as the fastest-growing digital publishing company. "I think that it is super important to create the culture of how you see yourself in the organization that you built. So I see First Media as my family.” - Yuval Rechter. Learn more about this episode of Unstoppable at
July 4, 2018
On today’s episode, Youtuber, content producer, and influencer, Sara Dietschy, joins me to talk about how she became a creative entrepreneur. As she merges creativity and technology, Sara has over 350,000 subscribers on her self-titled YouTube channel where she creates and uploads docu-series, tech reviews, and vlogs. "If I could be a part of helping people to live their creative life and to get from point A to point B in the fastest way possible, then I want to be a part of that. So that is what I try to do on my channel.” - Sara Dietschy. Learn more about this episode of Unstoppable at
June 20, 2018
Join me as we kick off the season with the multi-platinum chart-topping recording artist, Jay Sean and his wife, manager, business partner, and former recording artist Thara. As artists and entrepreneurs, the pair tells us all about what it is like to be a globally recognized icon and more. “Do what you do and love it, but just know that it could be tough.” - Jay Sean. Learn more about this episode of Unstoppable at
April 18, 2018
Tune in as Randi Zuckerberg shares about her passion for opera, how she’s dealt with rejection, the importance of asking for what you want, her experience in Silicon Valley and more on today's episode of Unstoppable. “The first rule of entrepreneurship is that there are no rules, right?” - Randi Zuckerberg. Learn more about this episode of Unstoppable at
April 4, 2018
On today’s episode of Unstoppable, Lisa Sugar, founder and President of PopSugar, joins me to talk about how the entertainment blog she innocently started writing when she was in her twenties turned into a multi-million dollar media company. “When I had started, a lot of the competitors and other folks who had started around the same time had their names as their website, but I was like ‘this has to be bigger than me’.” - Lisa Sugar Learn more about this episode of Unstoppable at
March 21, 2018
Amy Williams, my friend and incredibly successful CEO of Citizens of Humanity, joins me on today's episode to talk about how she became an “accidental entrepreneur”. Listen in to hear more about her entrepreneurial journey, career in fashion, perspective on advertising, tips for raising venture capital and more. “I learned that I didn’t need to be the author of every idea and I got great joy in bringing out over time the best in other people, and that was really really gratifying.” - Amy Williams. Learn more about this episode of Unstoppable at
March 7, 2018
Investigative journalist, Nina Teicholz, joins me on today’s episode to talk about the truth about fats and how we’ve been fooled by nutrition science. Nina is the author of the international and New York Times bestselling book, The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat & Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet. “For the first two years of writing, I thought I was writing a book on trans fats so I did nothing but talk to hundreds of vegetable oil executive. It became clear to me how much they did steer science, going back to the ‘40s.” - Nina Teicholz Learn more about this episode of Unstoppable at
February 21, 2018
Darya Rose is the author of Foodist and the creator of the blog Summer Tomato. She writes about food, health, science, and how to overcome chronic dieting. “The vast majority of the causes of misery in the old age disease world are things that are massively improved if you eat more vegetables, eat less junk food, and exercise.” - Darya Rose. Learn more about this episode of Unstoppable at
February 7, 2018
Melissa Hartwig is the co-founder of The Whole30 Program. Today, she talks with Kara Goldin about healthy living and how she created the Whole30 company. “The Whole30 is all about getting you back in touch with your body’s natural regulatory mechanism and re-establishing a healthy relationship with food.” - Melissa Hartwig. Learn more about this episode of Unstoppable at    
January 24, 2018
Dr. T. Colin Campbell is the author of The China Study and an Endowed Chair at Cornell University. Kara Goldin discusses nutrition with him on today's show. "We can use the kind of nutrition I'm talking about, not only to prevent future disease. Problems like heart disease, and cancer, and diabetes, and that sort of thing. But it actually can be used to treat people with existing disease now." - Dr. T. Colin Campbell Learn more about this episode of Unstoppable at
December 19, 2017
Learn from Dr. Robert Lustig about what sweet drinks are doing to our bodies and minds, as well as new research about the growing diabetes pandemic. "It turns out that stress is a primary, possibly the seminal driver of visceral fat." - Dr. Robert Lustig Learn more about this episode of Unstoppable with Kara Goldin at
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