"Moments Matter" will inspire you to “take inventory” of where you are at and help you understand that all the moments in your life really do matter. Those “moments” are what got you to where you are now and will help you pay attention to them so you can compress the decades it usually takes to achieve your dream into days. Each week, Dave interviews those who have attained the top 1% of their respective industry as they reveal what it took them to have outstanding results, from being in the Hall of Fame, the C-Suite, world-known speaker or renowned entrepreneurs, so you can take those provable strategies into action in the moments in your life. Guests and host share personal experiences and tips in frank, open discussions.
Episode 36: Dave interviews Coach Val Kondos Field 7 time NCAA Champion
No coach in college gymnastics made greater strides in the 1990’s than Valorie Kondos-Field. Since Considering Kondos’ great success in gymnastics, it is surprising to note that she has never competed in gymnastics. Instead, Kondos’ background is in dance. She is a former professional ballet dancer who danced with the Sacramento Ballet, Capital City Ballet and Washington, D.C. Ballet. named head coach at the end of the 1990 season after serving as assistant coach from 1983-1990, she has steadily improved UCLA from a ninth-place team in 1992 to national champions in 1997 and most recently in 2017. Kondos, a 1987 UCLA graduate in history, is also a freelance choreographer with extensive experience in the entertainment and gymnastics fields. Her client list includes Disneyland and a summer figure skating and gymnastics show for Sea World. In the summer of 1991, she choreographed a summer acrobatic festival held in Lennestadt, Germany. Miss Val is married to former UCLA Football Defensive Coordinator Bobby Field. Their combined coaching years at UCLA are approaching half a century, and they are the most successful coaching couple at UCLA. In this inspiring interveiw, Coach Val shares timeless concepts from her mentor Coach John Wooden and her experience of surviving breast cancer and leading young ladies to become champions that translate from the C-Suite to the locker room!
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