Jan 6, 2021
Lee Richter is an award-winning business innovator and global
visionary recognized recently by the San Francisco Business
Times as one of their Top 100 Women Business Leaders for the
seventh year running. In addition, she has been featured on the
list of the Top 100 Fastest Growing Businesses in the San Francisco
Bay Area for the past two years. Lee is the CEO of multiple
companies and has worked alongside her husband, Dr. Gary Richter,
who is a global thought leader in the veterinary industry. Lee
shares her story and what has made her successful in business
throughout the years and also dives into how you can create
longevity in your career.
- A little bit about Lee and how she got started on this
- What makes Lee excited for not only the next 10 years, but 20,
30, and 40?
- Your gut biome and your brain are the two most important things
you should be taking care of.
- Lee went through a very traumatic car accident in her early
30s. She knew there was a chance she was not going to be walking
out of that hospital. She had a 7% chance of living.
- Lee is grateful for her husband, Gary. He was her advocate
during this challenging time.
- What is your next 25-year moonshot? What’s your next big impact
going to be?
- What was Lee’s first business about?
- Lee shares what her business partnership with her husband is
- What’s a sign of a good doctor?
- Lee believes in treating your body like a Tesla. How does she
feel after this health journey?
- Lee incorporates fun into work all the time.
- Lee shares what she’s doing to look and feel younger right
- Lee’s husband 10Xs his legacy through all the animal work he
has done. It just takes tiny habits every day.
- If you’re struggling, really work on your mindset first. There
is so much positive energy that you can feed your brain with.
Moonshot: The Flight Of Apollo 11,
by Brian Floca
Willpower Doesn't Work,
by Benjamin Hardy
“You never know when it’s your time to be a mentor.”
“Easy, Lucrative, Fun, put it through that. Everything I do, is
it Easy, Lucrative, and Fun? If it is, then I continue to do
“It’s been me, my marketing, my husband, and his passion, and
putting it together. It’s an idea that started 30 years ago. It’s
doing tiny habits every day.”