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Olympic Insiders, Debbie Muir and Mark Tewksbury provide inspiration and elevation in competitive high-performance environments
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Great Traits 23h
The status quo is simply the way things have been & continue to be. It is what the collective group thinks. It doesn’t make it right or even truthful – it is what the majority of people assume, & that influences how they act.
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Mark Tewksbury Jul 16
Great start to the day with athlete Alma on the CTV morning show in TO. Kicking off our 50 year anniversary celebrating diversity and inclusion this week!
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Mark Tewksbury Jul 16
Celebrating 50 years of diversity and inclusion continues. Thanks for having me on to share our message.
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Tim Hortons 23h
Watch team up with young athlete, Savannah, to learn how to make the new Tim Hortons Special Olympics Donut that she created. Get yours on Day of Inclusion, July 21st. All proceeds go towards Special Olympics programs across Canada.
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YorkUHealth 24h
. Psychology Prof Jonathan Weiss (pictured) quoted in Globe & Mail on Frank Hayden, founder of Special Olympics on Games' 50th anniversary. Weiss' research on benefits of Special Olympics also cited.
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Mark Tewksbury Jul 14
Pick up today’s to learn more about and learn how the SO movement is creating a more inclusive Canada.
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Great Traits Jul 13
To be a champion : 1. Know your status quo. 2. Question when necessary. 3. Find a new way when required.
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Great Traits Jul 11
Eddie the Eagle 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 Olympic Ski Jumper is in the Calgary Stampede Grandstand Show nightly for the 50th Anniversary
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Great Traits Jul 10
Having the courage to challenge the status quo often leads to breakthroughs for yourself and others.
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Great Traits Jul 8
Be a yardstick of quality, some people are not used to an environment where excellence is expected – Steve Jobs
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Great Traits Jul 7
People are all great in their own way & someone else’s success can reflect in our own capacity for excellence.
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Penny Oleksiak Jul 6
Mumma, Sandy, foxy lady, thank you so much for teaching me everything you have(including helping me pass French class) and thank you for pushing me through things I didnt even think I could get through❤️ congrats on an amazing career and I cant wait to see what you do next😘
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Great Traits Jul 5
Recognition is hugely important. By pointing out people͛s good examples, you give others a standard to live up to, which often inspires even greater action.
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Great Traits Jul 4
Great leadership requires the ability to delight in others excellence. You need to tell people when they are doing something well.
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Great Traits Jul 3
Success is the by-product of an encouraged person.
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Great Traits Jul 2
“The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your full potential..... these are the keys that will unlock the doors to personal excellence” - Confucius
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Great Traits Jun 29
As a leader, what example are you setting by the way you are being when times are tough?
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Great Traits Jun 28
As a leader, what example are you setting by the way you are being when times are tough?
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Great Traits Jun 27
It is easy to be graceful when things are going well; it is under pressure that you show people your true colours.
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