Steve Nash’s Hall of Fame basketball career began with just one college scholarship offer. Born in South Africa and raised in Canada, Steve played multiple sports before focusing on basketball. It was his relentless drive that helped him transform from an unheralded recruit out of high school to a college mid-major star to a first round NBA draft pick. Steve went on to play 18 seasons in the NBA for the Dallas Mavericks, Phoenix Suns, and Los Angeles Lakers. He earned two MVP awards, eight All-Star selections, and is a member of the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. Steve has served as head coach of the Brooklyn Nets, consultant to the Golden State Warriors, and General Manager of Canada’s Men’s National Team. Off the court, he continues to deliver assists through the Steve Nash Foundation and is making his mark as an entrepreneur. His new training app BLOCK is centered around enhancing your healthspan through movement and daily routines. On this episode, we talk about the drive to get better, the mindset of the best and maximizing your potential.
Tunde Oyeneyin is a Peloton instructor, Nike athlete and New York Times bestselling author. After discovering joy and confidence through fitness, Tunde left her 15-year-career as a professional makeup artist for top beauty brands to become a cycling instructor and help others become the best version of themselves. She rose to fame on Peloton’s platform, inspiring a dedicated fan base with her motivational “Tunde-isms.” In her memoir, Speak, she shares how she transformed grief and setbacks into growth and self-confidence. In our conversation today, we talk about how to find your voice, trust your gut, and get from where you are to where you want to be.