The Atlas Society Asks Chip Wilson

February 10, 2021 00:45:30
The Atlas Society Asks Chip Wilson
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The Atlas Society Asks Chip Wilson
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Show Notes

Chip Wilson, founder of Lululemon and author of "Little Black Stretchy Pants," is a huge friend of The Atlas Society. The recipient of The Atlas Society 2019 Lifetime Achievement award, he presented the 2020 award to Peter Diamandis. He has been the subject of a Draw My Life video, “My Name Is Chip Wilson,” which has been translated into five languages: Spanish, Portuguese, French, Hindi, and Georgian.

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