Episode 63: Sarah Riegelhuth on How Healing Ourself Heals the World


My guest today aligns with my mission of Truth. 

Sarah is a serial entrepreneur and investor in startups, having founded 8 companies since 2009. Following several successful exits, she is currently the CEO of Grow My Team (global recruitment) and co-founder of League of Extraordinary Women. She is personally fueled by a passion for changing the status quo of how we work, conscious culture, community, gender equality and living life on one’s own terms.

Sarah is a speaker, blogger and author of Get Rich Slow, appearing on TV and writing for many popular publications. She has also held board positions on several not-for-profit organisations including Project Futures, Entrepreneurs Organisation, the Association of Financial Advisers and the Institute for Global Women Leaders.

Recognised as the IFA Thought Leader of the Year, Sarah was also named as one of Melbourne’s Top 100 most influential, inspiring and creative citizens by The Age, and listed in the Top 50 Female Entrepreneurs under 40 by Shoestring. She has completed the Entrepreneurial Master Program at MIT, holds a Bachelor of Business (Financial Planning) and several diplomas. 

In this episode, we discuss:

• how to develop an abundance mindset

• how remote work is delivering the biggest quality of life upgrade 

• the divide between fixing the institutions and fixing ourselves – and why the real work is in fixing ourselves through self-actualization.

Let’s go to the show!


Sarah’s recent post: A Stand Against Surveillance Softwares

Sarah’s website

Sarah’s book Get Rich Slow

Jim Rutt’s episode 

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