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Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

By Girlboss Media

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Description

On each episode of the Girlboss Radio, Sophia interviews boundary-pushing women who've made their mark—eschewing polite conversation and extracting solid advice from the lessons they've learned along the way. Expect hilarious co-hosts and vulnerable, honest conversations you won't hear anywhere else. Conversations that humanize the known, champion the unknown, and laugh a little at the absurdity of life.

Customer Reviews

The segment at the top spoils the experience

Wow, it's a bummer that the segment at the top with Sophia and Liz is so so so painful to listen to... Liz's 'funny voices' do not translate well and are absolutely grating, especially if you're listening on headphones. Otherwise, the podcast is good. Nice to hear interviews with successful women, tho it could benefit from MORE DIVERSITY, both racially and from women of financial backgrounds. Sometimes the roster of guests seems a bit name-drop'py.

Putting Others Down? No Thanks.

This podcast was recommended in a large group of female entrepreneurs. So, I went and downloaded all the episodes and started listening from the beginning. Not too bad, I thought! Someone who understands working women and what drives us to be excellent. So, imagine my HORROR when I get to the beginning of the episode with Gregg Renfrew. Liz tells a story about a date gone badly and the two proceed to make fun of the man. So he skipped out on a date. Clearly, you're not for each other, but to be so CHILDISH as to use shrill voices and make a litany of fake excuses to go home from a date? That is NOT #girlboss.

Needless to say, I won't be following anymore. Have some class.

Boring

So boring and you sound bored/entitled