Sustaining Motivation by Olympic Gold Medalist
June 7, 2016 • Learn, Podcasts & Videos
Dandapani interviews Natalie Cook, five-time Olympian and Olympic gold medalist, on sustaining motivation during a visit to Sydney, Australia.
As an eight-year-old, Natalie dreamed of competing in the Olympics and she made that dream a reality through beach volleyball. Among Natalie’s achievements are: Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games – Bronze Medal, 1996 World Championships – Silver Medal, Sydney 2000 Olympic Games – Gold Medal, 2003 World Championships – Bronze Medal, Athens 2004 Olympic Games – 4th place, Beijing 2008 Olympic Games – 5th place, and London 2012 Olympic Games.
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