There are many great tips and quotes from the interview, and I highly suggest you check it out. One result of the way the company runs is how they now have about 70% female employees, and they participate at all levels of company management. Patagonia reportedly does over $750 million per year, while advocating for customers to not buy new stuff if their current clothes can be repaired.
Also from How I Built This, the SouthWest Airlines founder — Herb Kelleher, who is now 85 — had a great story too, about how they did things differently. Sidenote: linking to specific episodes on NPR is near impossible, so that goes to the main page.
I've really enjoyed learning from entrepreneurs from a different generation — people who have been through it and come out the other side and still have a story to tell. There's much to learn from them.