“I need to feel like I get to the end and did the most that I could do, or I’m not going to be satisfied. So I need to be great, whatever that’s going to be.” Katie Schuele, Co-Founder of Boostr, joins the Superpowers podcast to talk about her journey into entrepreneurship.
“There is the greatest weakness element and the greatest strength element that comes from these underlying battles that we face. I think it’s good that we talk about mental health as it pertains to entrepreneurs.” Andy Dunn, Co-Founder of Bonobos, Monica + Andy, and Red Swan.
Alex Cruz, International DJ, has produced music for almost 30 years. He shares some of his most challenging obstacles to becoming a superstar DJ. Without formal music training, he had to learn everything on his own. He also struggled to make djing his full-time job by finding consistent work.
Kara Goldin, Founder and CEO of Hint Water, shares her incredible journey of how she pushed through the naysayers, health scares, and family obligations to build a multi-million dollar company that keeps pushing the boundaries and educating consumers about the reality of the health industry.
On this episode of the Superpowers podcast, Bill and Chris talk with Deborah Wahl, Global CMO at General Motors. Growing up, Deborah earned the nickname “Big D” from her siblings for her go-getter attitude and unrelenting pursuit of success. Deborah was born and raised in Detroit. Her father was in the auto industry and she did her first internship at GM back in the 80s. She told Bill and Chris, “I looked around and said ‘wow, this is a tough industry for women…’”
On this episode of the Superpowers podcast, Bill and Chris bring on Lizzie Widhelm, SVP Ad Innovation and B2B Marketing at Pandora. Lizzie is a witty and influential executive in media technology whose experiences as a mother have helped guide her career and vice-versa. As she told the hosts, “Raising boys is like running a sales team. You set clear expectations…”