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Sheryl is the CEO (aka Chief Love Officer) of REBBL, the first plant-based, super herb adaptogen beverage company. At REBBL, Sheryl leads the development of a new beverage that uses ancient wisdom confirmed by science to help modern-day, busy people adapt to stress.In partnership with Not for Sale, a non-profit dedicated to co-creating a world without human trafficking, REBBL works to create regenerative and just supply chains. In this interview, Sheryl speaks about her love of purpose and how fired up she is about supporting companies to partner together towards committed actions and collaboration for a sustainable world.
[:04] Carley Hauck introduces herself as the founder of Living Well Awake, the new Shine podcast, and her upcoming new book — Shine- Ignite your inner game to lead consciously at work and in the world, available March 2020.
[2:02] Carley introduces Sheryl O’Loughlin, 3-time leader and CEO and co-founder of REBBL.
[5:25] Sheryl’s secret to the perfect work life balance came from the advice of her mother-in-law.
[10:03] Practicing gratitude, meditating and spending time in nature keeps Sheryl grounded.
[14:27] Leading the REBBL team with authenticity starts with modeling love and courage.
[21:40] Sheryl’s list of daily love practices.
[26:39] Takeaways from Sheryl’s experiences at Expo West.
[34:56] A look at trends for the future the industry, and why the world needs to support regenerative business.
[39:09] The Climate Collaborative — all that they stand for, support, and are working to change.
[50:06] REBBL’s commitment to reducing plastic and promoting sustainability.
[56:43] Sheryl’s one piece of wisdom for a new entrepreneur.
[59:04] A question to consider — When life gets difficult, what is your recipe for resilience?
Shine- Ignite your inner game at work and in the world by Carley Hauck
Killing It: An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Keeping Your Head Without Losing Your Heart by Sheryl O’Loughlin
Diet for a Small Planet by Frances Moore Lappe