“Inga there’s a man here to see you.”
Turns out it was a scout for the Lithuanian national team. This man who discovered me would transform my life.
“You will be a javelin thrower,” he told me. I had no idea what that was. But within two years, I was competing with the best.
After reaching finals in the European Championship, I was recruited and 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.
After many hardships success followed. Winning 2001 NCAA Championship, finals in the World University Games, the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, and silver medals in the 2013 and 2015 Small State Games.
Today, I am sharing the lessons I learned as an Olympic athlete. As my coaches helped me, I now help others succeed. Just as coaching helps Olympic athletes, so, too, it can help you achieve your goals and dreams in your career and personal life.
Inga holds a bachelor degree in entrepreneurship from the University of Southern California, masters degree in international business and global affairs from the International University of Monaco. She worked as a Sr. finance and operations analyst in the USA, build her career in executive coaching in Monaco, is a mentor at the MIT global entrepreneurship bootcamp.
She is co-founder of www.onbotraining.com, an online mind training program.