“Feedback's a gift. The worst thing that you can have as a founder is someone ghosting you or not telling you what's wrong or what's right. If you know what's wrong, you know where to focus and know where to fix.” – Rachel Sanders
Rachel Sanders (@rachelssanders) is CEO and Co-founder of Rootine, a personalized micronutrient subscription service. She started her career in investment banking at Raymond James before transitioning into the healthcare space. founding her first company, Patch Health. She then connected with her co-founder, Dr. Daniel Wallerstorfer, PhD, to create Rootine.
To listen to Rachel’s quick interview on her habits, routines, and inspirations, click here.
For more, explore the transcript of this episode.
- Rachel's background and path to Rootine
- The data-driven health space
- How Rootine works
- Important health data points
- Why general multivitamins aren't a great choice
- Why the vitamin and supplement industry is broken
- On starting Rootine and receiving feedback
- The ups and downs of being a founder
- Advice for female founders
- Connect with Rachel Sanders: Twitter | LinkedIn | Rootine
- Dr. Daniel Wallerstorfer, PhD
- One Medical
- Parsley Health
- Eight Sleep
- Julia Austin
- Digital Ocean
- Steve Aioki
- Matt Brown
- Male and Female Entrepreneurs Get Asked Different Questions by VCs — and It Affects How Much Funding They Get - Harvard Business Review
- Alexandra Zatarain
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