Marines, Olympics discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
It's something that I'm doing a bit more of, you know, I've got a few courses booked in in January, February. To do a bit of learning myself, trying to use my brain for the first time in 20 years. Man, keeping you honest. Exactly. And then eventually hopefully a full part of the team and they were able to deliver the same stuff fill can. And at the same time, you know, fills from a military background. So he was in the marines for a long time. He left. Early. So this company and he's kind of like installs the things that he learned from the military into the business world and I'm going to hopefully try and bring the sport and aspect forward as well. And just both trying to combine our life lessons and put it out there. Because I'm listening to you and you're like, yeah, one thing not that you struggled with and maybe you did struggle with it, but one thing that you felt like you needed to work on was your mindset. Which is nuts to me because either that or it worked. I mean, you had 8 world records that are listed here on Wikipedia, and then multiple world championships. Three, three gold medals, you went to the Olympics four times. And in that process, I mean, you know, a lot of people that are listening to this podcast that are cycling fans and enthusiasts. We've seen the sport, the sport from 2008 to the sport that we know now, especially in the pursuit, like with bikes and technology, I mean, man, we used to ride our aero bars straight down and us riding a beach cruiser practically and now our hands are buried in our face and we're riding you went from 92 inch gears to a 130 inch gears or whatever the hell it is, you know it's insane. And so did you feel like your mindset had to change from 2008 to 2020? 21, even. You know what I mean? Like, or is it just, or is that a.