Sheryl Sandberg, the Facebook executive who taught thousands of working women how to "lean in" to their careers, dismissed rumors Wednesday that she plans to run for political office.
"I have ruled it out. I don't think that's for me," she told TODAY's Savannah Guthrie, explaining that "I really love my job, and I have no plans to make any changes."
Sandberg also addressed what she called "confusion" about her sale of half her Facebook holdings since the company went public two years ago.
"A good chunk of what was sold was all for taxes, so there's just confusion on that," she said. "I have really plans to stay at Facebook. I love my job. I love what we do every day to connect the world, and I love being able to work on 'Lean In' in my personal time."
Sandberg's best-selling book, "Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead," sold more than 1.75 million copies since it was released last year. This week she released a new edition of the book, "Lean In: For Graduates," that adapts her advice to college grads entering the work force.