Get inspired by Unstoppable, featuring Kara Goldin's absorbing conversations with industry disruptors and innovators in wellness, business and life.
My guest, Sheri Salata, worked with The Oprah Winfrey Show for 20 years. Prior to working at Oprah, Sheri had several jobs including working as a store manager at 7-eleven. When she was 35 years old, she took an entry-level position with The Oprah Winfrey, and eventually became the Executive Producer. She writes about her story in her new book The Beautiful No, which I highly recommend to everyone. Sheri has been named one of Fast Company’s "100 Most Creative People in Business", The Hollywood Reporter’s "Women in Entertainment Power 100" and Feminist Press "Power Award Winners". She is also the cohost of the podcast The Sheri + Nancy Show, and the co-founder of The Pillar of Life. On this show, Sheri and I talk about how she ended up working for Oprah, her perspective on busyness, the importance of honoring yourself and living your fullest life, and much more.
This podcast is amazing! Insightful, uplifting, inspiring, thought provoking...I can’t get enough! As a recent college graduate trying to chart my own path...I find golden nuggets of wisdom in every podcast. I’ve been following Kara for years and love getting to know her in this facet. Such a valuable listen!
Kara has a great balance of getting to the details and finding the deeper threads of the concepts while keeping things fluid and fun. A must listen for anyone looking to learn. #whatillumenatesyou
I am so inspired by Kara and not a bit surprised by the line up of “movers and shakers” she has chosen to interview. When I saw Dr. Robert Lustig on the list I was absolutely delighted! Keep up the fight against sugar, Kara, and keep inspiring others on a daily basis! Thank you for what you do. 💗
I love Kara’s questions and her naturally flowing conversations with her guests. I’ve learned so much about developing your own business with little to no experience from the episodes with Alli Webb, Randi Zuckerberg and Ellen Bennett . Kara can relate too based off of her interview in rebecca jarvis’ no limits podcast which makes it even more relatable for me. Great job!!!