What You Can Learn About Leadership From a Former Lululemon Executive, with Sarah Kaler
I’m super excited to welcome my friend Sarah Keller to the podcast. As you’ll hear, Sarah has a really interesting story because for a decade she was a senior director at Lululemon, helping grow it from a small company with a few stores into a massive multi-million dollar empire.
During the quick escalation to this success, Sarah suffered serious stress-related issues, which led to her changing the way she works and lives. This is coming from a very hustle-minded woman who loved to work and was constantly flying around the world. Sarah didn’t know how to stop, but she knew she had to. Eventually she decided to strike out on her own as an entrepreneur and now she coaches women on how they can own their own power and become world-class leaders.
In this interview, we talk about a landmark research study her company is doing to learn more about how some women become what Sarah refers to as “indestructible leaders”, and what we can learn from them. This interview is packed with important ideas that are helpful for anyone, man or woman alike, who want to become a stronger leader, have better health and work-life balance. Sarah’s story is one that really inspires me deeply to become a better leader myself and to live with more purpose (and to think bigger than I already am).
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