Barre3: Sadie Lincoln Sadie Lincoln and her husband, Chris, had what seemed like the perfect life – well-paying jobs, a house in the Bay Area, two kids. But one day they decided to sell everything and start a new business called Barre3: a studio exercise program that blends ballet with pilates and yoga. Today, Barre3 has more than 100 studios across the country. PLUS in our postscript "How You Built That," we check back with Alexander Harik, who turned his mom's recipe for fragrant Middle Eastern za'atar spread into Zesty Z: The Za'atar Company. (Original broadcast date: September 11, 2017.)
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Barre3: Sadie Lincoln

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Sadie Lincoln, co-founder of Barre3.
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Sadie Lincoln and her husband, Chris, had what seemed like the perfect life – well-paying jobs, a house in the Bay Area, two kids.

But one day they decided to sell everything and start a new business called Barre3: a studio exercise program that blends ballet with pilates and yoga.

Today, Barre3 has more than 100 studios across the country.

Also, Sadie Lincoln joined us for the first ever How I Built This Summit last month, and shared some insights on how to build a great company culture:

How You Built That

We check back with Alexander Harik, who turned his mom's recipe for fragrant Middle Eastern za'atar spread into Zesty Z: The Za'atar Company.

How You Built That: Zesty Z

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