Ever wondered what it's like inside the mind of an Olympic medalist?
Dotsie Bausch, Olympic Silver Medalist, and 7-time USA Cycling National Champion talks about what it takes to train six hours a day, six days a week, for years and years, and her true feelings towards habits. Whether you swear against having habits, or are trying to better understand those that don’t practice them at all, this episode is for you.
Dotsie, having been a fashion model in New York, admittedly was battling anorexia and underwent intensive therapy for three years. What she did with that momentum to later be standing on an Olympic podium in front of half of the royal family, Paul McCartney in audience, and all because she went through with a ‘dare’ to take up track cycling, this may be that inspiring message you've been needing to hear!
Dotsie takes us inside her life now as an advocate, speaker, survivor, and the executive director of the nonprofit, Switch4Good. For show notes, and to sign up for my email newsletter to get the inside scoop on conversations with the latest guests, visit mandygill.com/hooked-on-habits-podcast.