Three time Olympic Swimmer, a USA Team Captain, broadcast journalist and author of her new book, Silver Lining, Elizabeth Beisel gives an awesome interview on what she's been up to lately. And having 3 Olympic Teams under her belt, she gives some great advice to those looking to make the 2020 Olympic Team. She also gives her Champion's take on competitiveness, mindset and traits she thinks Champions share. Photo by Kelly Palace.
Swimmer, Coach, Business Start-up Genius, as Co-Founder of the awesome swim app, MySwimPro, Fares Ksebati was just selected by Forbes Magazine in the prestigious 30 under 30 for entrepreneurs to watch in 2020. If you've ever even thought about starting a business or just want some super savvy advice, from one of today's young leaders, on how to be successful in almost anything, you'll love this concise and valuable interview. Photo permission of Forbes Magazine
Auburn's Men's and Women's Head Coach, Gary Taylor is finishing his second year and looking to return this program to the top of the NCAA. Auburn has a storied history of winning 13 NCAA titles. With 10 successful, years as an assistant at two powerhouse division one teams where he played a major role in their successes. Gary could have had his pick of Head jobs but he was inspired to step up to lead Auburn. In this in-depth interview Gary talks about Championship Character and how it leads to success. Photo by Kelly Palace.
Even if you've never watched CBS's SURVIVOR, you'll be motivated and inspired by this interview with (in our opinion) the 2nd best swimmer ever to appear on SURVIVOR, besides Elizabeth Beisel. At 59 Janet is doing ocean swims 4 days a week and is breaking gender barriers in the field of Life Guard Supervising. Janet is a former Div. 1 swimmer and last season she went stroke for stroke with Beisel in a swim challenge! You'll hear how Janet used swimming to get to the final 6 of Survivor and how "proving oneself" is the key to success. Photo courtesy of CBS.