Join Rachel Zoe each week as she interviews other female powerhouses with varying backgrounds and across different industries. Through her warmth and humor, listeners will hear about the challenges and successes of female entrepreneurship, balancing work and family life, and how these boss women navigate the changing landscape of business in a post pandemic world.
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This week, Rachel Zoe is joined by fashion designer, activist and author Aurora James. Together they talk about women supporting women and how society has programmed us to think that there just is not enough space for all women to be really successfu... more
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Love love love Rachel and love this new incarnation (although would be SO excited to see the Rachel Zoe Project come back!!) - would be a solid five stars except that the editing is inexplicably awful - the many commercials randomly cut in sometimes just after a question is asked but before it's answered and sometimes even just in the middle of someone talking... it's super annoying. With better editing this would be perfection.
I keep screaming: “Rachel, just stop talking and let them speak!” more
I love this podcast so much- Rachel is always entertaining and insightful with all her guests. But what I do love the most are the shows where it’s really about Rachel- her life, and especially what she wears and all about styling. These are by far my favourite shows. It’s also super interesting when she answers questions from her listeners. M.E. shows where she asks questions to Rachel are the best! more
I just found this and I listened to 3 episodes already, I love that it’s not screaming women women women, and instead it’s real and honestly relatable. more
One of my all time favorite podcast! Love Rachel’s genuineness and the guest she chooses to have each week. I really look forward to it weekly. It’s a positive step away from day to day into fashion etc; more
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Climbing in Heels launched 3 years ago and published 107 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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