Success Profiles Radio 03/27/23 show

Jonathan Horton was this week's guest on episode #500 of Success Profiles Radio. He is a world-class gymnast who competed in the Olympics for the USA in 2008 and 2012 and won multiple medals. He is also the author of his book, "Falling Forward: How An Ordinary Kid Failed His Way To His Olympic Dream".

We talked about resisting temptations that can derail us from our goals, how to prepare to be world-class in any endeavor, how to handle the biggest moments in your career before they happen, and what it's like to transition from an athletic career to the corporate world.

In addition, we discussed what lessons he carried from the athletic world to the corporate world, what it's like to be parents to high-achieving children, and letting kids pursue their dreams instead of being led by yours.

Finally, we discussed how he created the Horton Challenge, a national competition that showcases the brightest young gymnastics talent in the country, and how to make this event an amazing experience for its competitors. You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts/iTunes, or listen at Success Profiles Radio | Live Internet Talk Radio | Best Shows Podcasts (

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