Spanx founder and CEO Sara Blakely needed a change of scenery, so she and her family bought a 35-foot RV to explore the quieter corners of Florida.
In a conversation with LinkedIn’s This is Working podcast, Blakely shared four things Spanx is doing to get through the coronavirus crisis.
In moments of challenge, she says, “the ones who make it are the people who take obstacles and turn them into opportunities.”
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The disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic has many people working remotely, but Spanx founder and CEO Sara Blakely is taking it a good distance further.
“We decided that quarantining with four children under the age of 10 in a home just wasn’t enough,” she told LinkedIn’s Dan Roth. “We had to take it up a notch.”
Blakely and her husband Jesse Itzler — himself an entrepreneur as well — needed a change of scenery, so they bought a 35-foot RV to escape their home city of Atlanta and explore the quieter corners of Florida.
“We don’t even have super set plans. We kind of just got in,” she said.
Source:: Businessinsider – Strategy