The Unlimited Podcast
by Ginsler Wealth
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Hosted by Ginsler Wealth’s CEO, Brian Ginsler, The Unlimited Podcast features interviews with investment managers we may work with, along with a variety of investing, financial and other experts, discussing topics relevant to successful families.
In addition to interviews, the podcast also features audio versions of our quarterly letters and other key publications.
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The Unlimited Podcast is a Ginsler Wealth audio production. GW’s CEO, Brian Ginsler, provides his thoughts on investing and the markets, and speaks with a variety of investment managers and other non-investment specialists to discuss themes relevant to successful families.
Ginsler Wealth is a new wealth management experience. We exist to serve successful families that embrace independence and the flexibility it provides; families that want unconstrained wealth management solutions; and families that expect a higher, more personal level of service. Think of it as your wealth…Unlimited.
While the U.S. Open ended on Sunday, the World Championships of Tennis – known as The Davis Cup – is on! And Team Canada is back to defend their championship title after winning last year’s tournament.
On this episode of The Unlimited Podcast Brian speaks with Frank Dancevic, former professional tennis player and current Captain of Canada’s Davis Cup team.
We were lucky to catch Frank just hours before he joined his team in Bologna, Italy for the start of Canada’s defending run.
Hailing from Niagara Falls, Ontario, Frank Dancevic is a retired Canadian professional tennis player. He first became the country's top singles player, according to ATP rankings, on February 10, 2003, as an 18-year-old, and achieved a career-high singles ranking of world No. 65 in September 2007. He has been the captain of Canada's Davis Cup team since 2017 and continues to lead top-ranked Canadian tennis players Felix Auger-Aliassime, Vasek Pospisil, and Denis Shapovalov, among others, in this year’s Davis Cup.
In this episode, Brian speaks with Frank about his experience as a professional tennis player, what it takes to be a world-class athlete, and how to lead and coach high performers.
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0:00 Disclaimer & Intro
3:44 Frank's journey to professional tennis
12:55 Where did ”Frank the Tank” come from?
14:34 Being your best as a professional athlete?
21:15 Different stressors of singles and doubles tennis
25:40 Transitioning from player to captain & leadership strategies
28:57 How to get the best out of your team
32:10 Frank's highlights against Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic
37:05 If Frank wasn't a pro tennis player, what would he be?
39:01 Outro & Disclaimer