“You will be a javelin thrower,” the coach for the Lithuanian national team told me. I had no idea what that meant. But within two years, I was competing with the best. After reaching the finals in the European Championship, I was offered a scholarship to attend the University of Southern California. Here, I met my new coach, Dan Lange, who thought me not just how to compete with others but also how to win against myself.
Years of experience in being a competitive Olympic athlete, working as a business analyst and building startups myself gave me a great understanding of the challenges and needs in the strive for self-realization on and off the field.
For the past decade, I used sports as a performance lab to test new technologies and techniques to develop Olympian mindset training programs. I headed the 1st MIT Sports Entrepreneurship Bootcamp. My clients include professionals in the most demanding positions and institutions working with innovations. I prepared athletes to become European Champions, Olympians, National Record Holders and the top marks in the world owners.