Thanks to you, Olympic Lab 2018 was an awesome experience.
Sure, the event brought us together through team
building (don’t worry the plastic-straw-ramp-building projects were recycled),
it inspired us, and gave us tools for better preparation. But, as we continue
to let our life’s purpose lead us, the lessons we learned at Lab will ...
How are you doing? Really, how are you doing? If it’s been a while since you asked yourself that
question, let today be a reminder to get the conversation going, with yourself
and with others.
Though Jan 30 is just another 24 hours on what is surely a busy calendar, it also marks Bell’s annual Let’s Talk Day. As focused high-perfo...
In sport, moving forward is what we do. But to see clearly what’s
ahead, we sometimes need a long look back.
That time is now.
Sure, reflection is already a big part of our goal-oriented lives
as we constantly ask ourselves: What went wrong? What went right? Where can I
gain a competitive edge? We improve. We focus. We move forward. ...
There is no question, you will be prepared for Games. But, will the Games be prepared for you?
It depends on how accurate, timely and complete your Games profile is. The good news is that you can simply log into The Bridge now, put this necessary step behind you, and continue to focus on the big task at hand: preparing and qualifying for ...
By virtue of who you are, what you have done and what you are committed to do, you have helped to launch an unprecedented avenue for funds into the Canadian sport system: A boost of potentially $1 billion by the end of 2028. The initiative shows that you are the proof sport can truly make a difference, open new doors and inspire a generat...
It’s been four years since the Canadian Olympic Committee took important steps toward creating safer and more inclusive sport environments. First, the organization revised the language in its anti-discrimination articles to make our sport family more inclusive. Then, the #OneTeam program and the resources surrounding it were launched. ...
This familiar high-performance attitude has helped guide Team Canada to some great results at Games. But, what happens if the “controllable” things are not clear during the selection process of that team? How can we control what we don’t understand? Easy. We find clarity, as early as possible — together.
TEAM SELECTION IS ...
That’s the message from Team Canada’s lead mental performance consultant Dr. Peter Jensen – exactly two years ahead of Opening Ceremonies for Tokyo 2020.
“Two years seems like a long time.” he says. “But, it’s also a short time.”
Indeed, Tokyo 2020 is far enough away to adjust and make changes to your plans, but it’s ...
It’s hard to admit and sometimes hard to see, but it’s clear we have more work to do when our government has to remind us that: “All Canadians deserve to participate and compete in a sport environment, free from harassment, abuse or discrimination …”
In a country which prides itself in leading by example, and especially following ...
What would you say to your 10-year-old self, if you had the chance?
As a high-performer, there is no doubt you carry some valuable advice; wisdom that may not have seemed like a big deal at the time, but turned out to be game-changing down the road. Athletes, coaches and support staff know this all too well. If our goal is to develop ...