A podcast for sharing stories about finding the path you were meant to live. We bring you real conversations, authentic questions, vulnerable moments, advice on careers that are better for you and the world. Alongside explorations into high growth career paths and industries, we reveal roads less traveled and career choices focused on helping others.
When Christine Marsh was younger she wanted to change the world. If you consider high school teachers who change the lives of their students through their passion, enthusiasm and dedication to their work as people who have changed the world, Christine succeeded....
When Christine Marsh was younger she wanted to change the world. If you consider high school teachers who change the lives of their students through their passion, enthusiasm and dedication to their work as people who have changed the world, Christine...
Annette Ross was meant for love. After overcoming a tragic accident during the birth of her second child that left Anette unable to walk, Annette went on to create a beautiful life with five daughters and the love of her life. In our conversation, we discuss how...
Kelley Higney, Founder & CEO of Bug Bite Thing, is an unstoppable force also known as a "mom on a mission." When a relocation to South Florida, led to constant mosquito bites for Kelley and her daughter, Kelley started searching for solutions. After many failed...
Growing up in Catalonia, Spain with parents who exposed Anna Schlegel to engineering and art infused Anna with an adventurous spirit and a strong work ethic. Anna’s graduate studies in languages led her to a translation job in Silicon Valley where Anna started her...
Imagine that you are in a room in Silicon Valley. You think of your electrical engineering degree from Stanford, but you also think of the time you immigrated to the United States with only $43 to your name. Everywhere you look there’s men, but you’re a woman. And...
Business owners, entrepreneurs, writers, professionals, dreamers, seekers and others boldly questioning the status quo to give you the “why not” or “what if” moments.
I am so honored to have been part of the podcast! Polina and Amber are so kind and–well–just inspiring. It was such a good experience, and I am grateful they included me.
Kelley Higney, Founder & CEO
Hosts, Amber and Polina, expertly guide their guests with insightful questions that draw out all details of their stories. These talented hosts, along with the impressive lineup of guests they regularly have on, makes this podcast a must listen for anyone looking for inspiration in their careers.
Engaging and inspiring podcast!
I recently discovered this podcast and have been on a mini-binge ever since. The interviews are inspiring, in-depth, and full of great ideas and information. I love the broad range of interesting and unique people interviewed and find that there are always things to learn, no matter what field the interviewee works in. Polina and Amber are insightful and engaging interviewers who do a great job drawing out the stories of people’s career journeys. I’m glad I found them.
Awesome show, highly recommend!
Brianne and her guests provide some incredibly actionable and compelling content on how women can live a life with intention and meaning.
Highly recommend listening and subscribing to I Want Her Job if you want the knowledge AND mindsets to become the woman you know you’re capable of becoming (and live your best life as a result)!
Career Stories from Successful Women
Excellent in depth interviews with successful women from many fields who share professional and personal stories. Host Polina Selyutin asks smart questions as she lets her guests speak at their own pace. The conversations offer both practical and inspiring ideas. Two takeways from the recent epsiode with Barre3 co-founder Sadie Lincoln, for example: She takes challenges, not ideas, to her staff, and considers how her 95-year-old self might react to that day’s concerns.
Love the diversity of guests. The interview are great and provide some deep insights into what works and what doesn’t.