What I Learned (again) From the Gold Medal Game(s)

Determined Canadian

  • I can get up if I want to
  • I didn’t miss anything by going to bed early
  • Team matters – can’t win alone
  • Life is what you make it
  • Getting up again is the only option
  • Shaking off the past is crucial – don’t look back
  • Don’t let up, give up or shut up
  • Communicate – your team needs to know
  • Adjust, readjust, regroup and rethink, nothing is set in stone
  • It’s not over ’til it’s over!

The one question it posed:

How am I going to make this MY gold medal year? Time for my game face and creating my game-winning plan!

One of my all time fave quotes is so fitting. “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” ~ Wayne Gretzky


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  1. #1 by Shelley on February 24, 2014 - 10:45 pm

    Great food for thought Shandra and I to want this to be my Gold Medal year. It’s just working on that game plan…

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