At seventeen, Jeremiah Brown barely escaped an eight-month incarceration for robbery; ten years later he stood on the podium with eight other men, now a silver medallist in rowing at the London Olympics. In this episode we discuss

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Why rowing is the hardest sports in the world
Making the choice to become a champion
Why mindset is essential
Anxiety, depression, and sport
Why you need a plan and conviction to succeed
Why you should measure your progress in years
The bedrock of resolve
creating a compelling goal or mission to succeed
Jeremiah’s advice to youth

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