01:01 – Harry thanks today’s sponsor, Focusrite 2i2

01:43 – Harry welcomes to the podcast, Mark Sullivan

02:37 – Harry thanks the second sponsor of today’s podcast, FullCast

04:56 – Mark talks about his affinity for snowboarding

10:42 – The concept of ‘Kaizen’

14:44 – Mark discusses the current state of print and his experience running a magazine

19:59 – Mark’s professional career as a commentator

21:16 – Mark’s experience at the last Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang

27:19 – What it takes, in Mark’s opinion, to become an Olympic-caliber athlete

31:24 – How Mark honed and refined his interviewing skills

37:53 – Mark recalls how he got into podcasting and what surprised him about the medium

48:28 – How Mark decided on the format of The Snowboard Project Podcast and feedback he gets from his Tip Line

52:04 – What excites Mark the most about trends in the snowboarding industry

54:51 – What is something that Mark has changed her mind about recently

55:58 – What is the most misunderstood thing about Mark

56:50 – Harry thanks Mark for joining the show

57:07 – Where listeners can follow Mark

59:37 – Harry reveals this episode’s retention hashtag


“I’ve always had this kind of thread of entrepreneurship as well as trying to also push myself – always kind of use that idea of constant progression.” (10:33)

“Certainly, I’ve always had some kind of relationship with the [Olympic] athletes. And I think that’s reflected, ya know, in the people that are in the podcast too.” (26:51)

“I would say that the guys who actually excel as athletes are guys who are about the process of learning and less about the reward. They’re not about the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow; they’re about the rainbow.” (27:50)

“A print interview in a magazine is essentially a transcription of a twenty-minute conversation. And so, what I realized is even an hour interview that’s three times as long as a major interview in a magazine. So, it’s [podcasting] a different kind of format.” (39:11)

“Right now, I feel like we’re at a point, at least with podcasting, where you can literally just go in all different directions and see what works. And that, to me, is exciting.” (50:40)




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The Snowboard Project Email – mark@thesnowboardproject.com

The Tip Line for The Snowboarding Project – (208) 471-8007

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