A Day in the Life of Model, Actress and Entrepreneur Brooklyn Decker

Forget what you see on television; Brooklyn Decker is an entrepreneur looking to shake up the fashion world with her new app, Finery.
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Editor's Note: A Day in the Life is a series in which women leaders and entrepreneurs share a behind-the-scenes video diary on what it is like to be in their shoes for a day.

When you’re a mother, a model, an actress and an entrepreneur in the midst of launching an app, downtime isn’t really an option. That’s why Brooklyn Decker makes the most of every minute. Decker, a mother of two, is a leading character on Netflix’s popular Grace and Frankie and the co-founder of Finery, a “wardrobe operating system” that tracks your online purchases, manages your online closet and makes suggestions.

Related: A Day in the Life of Jen Gotch, the Female Badass Behind the Multimillion-Dollar Company Ban.do

For our Day in the Life series, we follow Decker around -- and she basically gets more done in one day than most people do in a week. (But hey, that’s the life of a successful entrepreneur.) From shooting an ad for Finery to testing the company’s new app, having a table read for Grace and Frankie and pumping breast milk in between, Decker’s day is far from normal.

Related: 12 Female Entrepreneurs You Should Know

In this Day in the Life video, the hardworking actress-slash-entrepreneur shows you the importance of positivity, motivation and balance when it comes to being successful.

Click play to learn how Decker does it all.

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