Tasha Schwikert Moser had to perform under the brightest lights and intense pressure when mere seconds could define her performance and career. Listen now as this Olympic medal winner for Team USA turned attorney shares stories, inspirations and more from her journey of Excellence, which featured challenges as they all do. –By Brian Hurlburt, Founder and Host, Magnifying Excellence Podcast.
The multi-talented Schwikert Moser is one of the most notable Team USA gymnasts in history—winning bronze in 2000—and continues to make a mark as a successful attorney, mother, wife and as an advocate for sexual assault victims. She and many of her teammates were horribly wronged by a team doctor and she has taken power from it to make change. She is a member of the Team USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame and the Southern Nevada Sports Hall of Fame. She also graduated from UCLA with a sociology degree and graduated with a law degree from the UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law. She is now a corporate attorney at Munck Wilson in Texas.
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The Magnifying Excellence Podcast is a timeless journey of Excellence, when our guests talk exclusively and candidly about their journeys of Excellence like never before. This is not a glorification of excellence, but an examination of the all-encompassing path of Excellence. Hosted by Brian Hurlburt.
During her episode, Tasha candidly shares:
– How mere seconds can define a performance
– How there is little margin for error in gymnasts and the law
– Her evolving definition of Excellence
– Her thought process to handling pressure
– Her idol
– How she found her passion under the hot, Las Vegas sun
– Tasha’s Favorite Quote –
Champions are made when nobody is watching
“As a gymnast, attention to detail is vital. I always joke with my husband that in basketball, your margin of error can be a lot bigger and you could still make the shot. Whereas on the balance beam, my margin of error was so small. lf I wasn’t perfect, I wasn’t going to stay on that four-inch piece of wood. Using that analogy and bringing it into the legal spectrum … I also have a very small margin of error because a simple word can change the meaning of a legal provision, which could completely change the entire contract. So, that’s my analogy between my gymnastics career and my career now as an attorney.”
This is the Excellence of Tasha Schwikert Moser.