RadiumOne CEO Gurbaksh Chahal was fired from his company after pleading guilty to charges of domestic violence. But he's back in the news, announcing the start of a new firm, called Gravity4, in a video featuring athletes jumping off of cliffs. The video is accompanied by a voiceover that's a mixture of business school gibberish and Tony Robbins style affirmations.
As a quiz, see how many of the following you can identify as real lines from the video, and which are ones we just made up.
A: The biggest sport where you get knocked down, where you get told you're not good enough, where doubt, rejection, and fear try to take over, is called life.
B: In this sport, you have only one option. To keep running, to keep chasing that dream, or to stop and to let it consume you.
C: I always knew one thing, that I was chasing something greater than myself. Something that defined purpose. Something that was immeasurable.
D: They say the two most important days of your life are the day you're born and the day you find out why.
E: Limits are there for a reason: to be broken. They're imaginary. They create boundaries. But when you come from nothing, everything is limitless. You become fearless. You measure success not by numbers, but by courage.
F: It's about going the distance, minus the setback.
G: It's about enjoying the destination, but never getting too comfortable.
H: Just like gravity, your energy attracts everything.
I: That's why I'm never going to stop running, because it's always just the beginning, and there's only one way to live it: Be limitless.
J: I take full responsibility for my actions, and deeply regret hitting and kicking my then-girlfriend an alleged 117 times. After having pleaded guilty to two misdemeanors—down from the forty-five felonies I was charged with—I will be working with anti-domestic violence organizations to put a halt to gender-based violence, for which there is no excuse.
Answers: A-I are all real lines from Chahal's video. J is not.