• Want to improve your leadership skills? Row across the Atlantic Ocean*
• “I do crazy adventures basically, seemingly impossible things”
• *Or you could listen to this podcast
Jason Caldwell has done something it is safe to say very few other humans have ever done in the history of humankind: He’s has rowed a small boat some 3,000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean. Not once, but twice.
He admits to making mistakes on that first row, but he corrected course for the second time and after rowing for 35 days, 14 hours, and 3 minutes he and his crew won the perilous 2016 Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge—or, as it’s known to those who attempt it, “The World's Toughest Row.”
They not only succeeded but set a world record.
But for Mr. Caldwell, the rowing had a larger purpose and he has taken what he learned from both rows and folded the knowledge into his Bay Area business, Latitude 35.
He explains how it all fits together in this CVBT Audio Interview podcast.
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