My guest today is the President of the FinishLine Youth Foundation, a Board Member of the Special Olympics of Indiana and a Board Member of the Boys & Girls Club of Indianapolis. I’ve had a great time getting to this guy. He’s got a ton of energy and a huge heart. Please welcome today’s guest, Mr Marty Posch!
Notes & Highlights
· 06:30 The lens through which I view rock stars has changed a little bit. The single moms trying to raise two kids, those are my rock stars now.
· 11:45 At Finish Line, we have an army of people that want to get involved
· 17:30 When you think about how much of an impact you’ve made, you should think about how many individual lives you’ve changed
· 22:10 53% of Special Olympics athletes were wearing shoes that were two sizes too big or two sizes too small until FinishLine helped put a dent in that number
· 32:45 Any time you’re building something, the most important thing to recognize is that you could not have built it alone
· 37:00 Takes & Fakes Trivia
· 42:15 When a gold medal athlete was overshadowed by a special olympics athlete 3-4 minutes behind him, you remember what the joy of sports can be. The smile on her face made the place erupt when she crossed that finish line.
· 45:50 Race For a Cure