I love being part of something that is working toward a greater goal, and there's no more satisfaction in life than achieving those goals as a team and being a part of that team.— Jim Harbaugh
Attractive There Is No I In Team quotations
Trust is knowing that when a team member does push you, they're doing it because they care about the team.
I often warn people: "Somewhere along the way, someone is going to tell you, 'There is no "I" in team.' What you should tell them is, 'Maybe not. But there is an "I" in independence, individuality and integrity.
There is no 'i' in team but there is in win.
Everyone is needed, but no one is necessary.
Like I always say, there's no "I" in "team." There is a "me," though, if you jumble it up.
There is no i in team, but there is no team without individuals.
There is no I in Team, unless you count the vertical part of the T.
There is no life for girls in team sports past Little League.
I got into tennis when I realized this, and because I thought golf would be too slow for me, and I was too scared to swim.
Failing is not the worst thing in the world; quitting is
I had no idea what was in store for me this season.
This is the first time I've been a part of a true team sport, and there's someone else counting on you. You can't let that person down, and that's what drives me.
Without forgiveness, there can be no real freedom to act within a group.
Sure, there's no 'i' in team, but there is an 'm' and an 'e'.
There's a team of filmmakers who follow me in the streets when I'm finding these models, to give me a sense of legitimacy to a casual stranger. This is New York City. No one's going to follow you back to your studio.
There is no "I" in "Team," but there is an "E" for "Everyone.
" A team achieves more when everyone contributes.
I believe in term limits for presidents because I think that there is no doubt I'm a better president now than I was when I start. I would argue that I am the best president I've ever been over the last year or two. My team is more effective than it's ever been.But what is also true is that number one, this is grueling.
I think the fitness of players is the key to success.
I believe that there should be no place of unfit players in the team because the fit players also start becoming lazy seeing their routine. Having teamwork capabilities is also very important as there comes a lot of times where you have to think beyond your own interest to upkeep the national interest.
The best illustration I can give of his talent is that at Manchester United there was always a possession drill in training designed to develop our passing ability, which might be three players against another three players, or six versus six, or nine versus nine. But no matter what the numbers were, the side with Paul Scholes on their team would always win by keeping the most possession.
I guess the prime example is in North America there's a thing where if there's no opportunity to move forward with the puck, then a [hockey] player is told to dump the puck into the other zone. Just give up the puck and dump it in. Give it to the other team. And to the Soviet mentality in coaching, it just doesn't make any sense. If you're a skilled player, why are you going to give the puck away to the other team? Just give it away, right?
I am a defensive tackle that no matter the situation, even if it is in nickel, I can go in there and rush the passer. And I can help the team out on first and second, too. I will get pressure.
Now, everybody always says there's no 'I' in team, but there is an 'I' in win, because the individuals make the team what it is, and how they think and what they do is important to the team. So when you act like the individual is not important, well, it is damn important who these people are and what they are.