About this episode
Will Bodewes is a generalist with a wealth of experience despite being only 24. Will was a Division 1 cross country skier before starting his own business, and he continues to explore his limits in endurance sports.
In this episode we talk about:
- the crossover between entrepreneurship and endurance sports
- learning from failures
- problem solving in business and sports
- starting his own audio company: Spoke Sounds
- growing up as a competitive skier
- competing with yourself
- choosing to endure and chasing limits
- ultra challenges and sleep deprivation
- being fuelled by curiosity
- joy in the process of chasing goals
- not being defined by results
- doing epic endurance challenges as a child
- mountain biking for days
- using athletics to manage ADHD
- finding groundedness and focus in sports
Thank you to Tracksmith for sponsoring this episode.
Tracksmith just released their spring collection, and as the seasons shift yet again, I’m proud to continue this partnership with them.
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