people-first attitude leads to better Olympic performances.
it seems simple. But, as easy as it sounds, it’s just as easy to forget when
the pressure to perform is heavy. Putting people first is a
clear-and-actionable takeaway you have emphasized as a key factor during the
planning, execution and de-briefing phases of the past ...
High-performance is simple, if you are committed to being fully prepared.
“I wake up every morning with a list of tasks in my head, all focused on getting better,” said Four-time Olympian, two-time medallist and London 2012 Team Canada Flag Bearer Simon Whitfield about Games preparation. “The task doesn’t care if it's hard to ...