Lauryn Evarts Bosstick is the founder & creator behind The Skinny Confidential, a media empire, brand, & product line that reaches millions of women and men working towards the best versions of themselves. Michael Bosstick is a serial entrepreneur and brand builder as well as the Founder and CEO of Dear Media. This dynamic married couple have pioneered the digital audio space. Every week you will hear a mix of entertainment, life altering information, and value with world class leaders, entrepreneurs, doctors, celebrities, athletes, best selling authors, experts, thought leaders & more. All conversations are completely raw and unfiltered, no holds barred on the topics and questions you really want answered. This show has something for everyone and is not afraid to go where many others won't.
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#631: Today, we're sitting down with Lauryn's esthetician of over 15 years, Staci Christie. Staci spent 15 years working in plastic surgery where she learned the ins and outs of facial aesthetics and worked with cutting-edge technology. She combined ... more
#630: Today, we're sitting down with Jenna Lyons. You may know her from Real Housewives of New York City, but Lyons rose to fame in the early 2010s as the lead designer for J.Crew; her work at the time popularized the concept of 'high-low dressing' a... more
#629: Today, we're sitting down with Zac Posen. Zac became fashion’s newest star in 2002 when his alluringly feminine dresses made their New York City runway debut. Though he was still rather young to be a business owner, Posen earned enthusiastic wr... more
When I say I have never left a review on anything I mean I have never but since recently finding this podcast I cannot get enough. Needless to say I am compelled to leave a review and click five stars. I love the banter back and forth between the hosts and I love the attention to detail with each and every guest. They truly get down and dirty in all facets of life! more
Lauren is boring to listen to and her husband can do better
I started listening to your podcast very early on in its inception. At first, I enjoyed it and listened to every episode. It seems the more episodes you recorded the more and more you liked to listen to yourself instead of the guest you had with you. This is your show so you get to do what you want, and I’m sure you will always have an audience, however, I rarely listen to your show now. If a topic or guest seems interesting, I may suffer through the listen, but truthfully, I dread the constant ... more
Contrary to what they clearly think, they do not know everything. The way they talk down to others including their listeners has completely tuned my off from being an avid listener. I used to love the content and subjects they covered but with each podcast they put out they get bigger and bigger heads. Too much. Also I know haha lauryn, Michael knew what he was getting when he met and pursued you. And Michael you aren’t bothered at all by the way she belittles you, but come on! That is not a nor... more
I agree there's a tendency for the hosts to talk over each other, relate every other topic back to their own experiences and diverting the attention and original convo with the guests away from the original topic and their guest’s actual thoughts. more
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