How Rich is Sara Blakely?

Sara Treleaven Blakely is a passionate American business tycoon. She is the founder of an American intimate apparel manufacturer named Spanx. This company prepares undergarments, including pants and leggings. Sara Blakely is not only a businesswoman; she has been considered as a beautiful lady of her country. In 2012 she named in Time magazine as in the final list of 100 most influential celebrities in the globe.

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Sara Blakely Info
Net Worth$1 Billion
Date of BirthFebruary 27, 1971 (age 52 years)
Height5 Feet 8 Inches (1.75 m)


Sara Blakely stepped into this career after a long time being frustrated with her apparel. She designed some apparel and came to Atlanta to start her business. She started her business with the help of a local manufacturer and gradually managed to convince a retailer of North Carolina. After trademarking, she started her business from her home. Very soon, she started an online business, and Spanx apparel was available with several locations. She worked for more than two years and then invented her dream shareware.

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I shopped for body shapers for the first time in my life and I was horrified. They were thick - it was like wearing workout clothes and they all had a leg band on one side that showed through the pants.

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We don't have the luxury of time. We spend more because of how we live, but it's important to be with our family and friends.

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The word 'Spanx' was funny. It made people laugh. No one ever forgot it.

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Everything about my journey to get Spanx off the ground entailed me having to be a salesperson - from going to the hosiery mills to get a prototype made to calling Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus. I had to position myself to get five minutes in the door with buyers.

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I think failure is nothing more than life's way of nudging you that you are off course. My attitude to failure is not attached to outcome, but in not trying. It is liberating. Most people attach failure to something not working out or how people perceive you. This way, it is about answering to yourself.

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