39 Best Team Direction Quotes And Sayings

Teamwork is essential to any successful team, group or corporation. When you put your trust in your colleagues, they’ll be there to help you through the bad times and unlock the best of your potential. It’s also a great way to build camaraderie and create bonds that last a lifetime. Here are some super inspiring team-direction quotes to get you and your team on the right path to success.

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When manipulation flutters around everywhere, neither pull nor push anyone. Just do one thing - don't trust anyone! Ashish Patel
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My two most unproductive days of the week have always been yesterday and tomorrow. Keeping that in mind, I try to focus majority of my attention on today. Mark W. Boyer
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May we unite in our diverse pursuits to create a peaceful world. Lailah Gifty Akita
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Work for what you want, the pursuit of life. Lailah Gifty Akita
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One asset every leader, shouldn't risk anything to lose at all cost, is team confidence. Unarine Ramaru
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Linked together as a team with one goal, we soon realized we were only as strong as our weakest link. But did we condemn the weakermember? That wouldn’t serve any purpose. Instead, the stronger guys responded by carrying more weight than the weaker teammate. Encouragement was key in reaching the top of the stadium, standing as one. Sometimes one person on your team may not be as strong as another. Strengths usually differ. Likewise, in an encounter with another, someone may have a different set of beliefs or ideas. To accomplish any goal, embracing the strengths and weaknesses of each member and compensating where necessary are the best ways to make it to the top. Jake Byrne
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Nothing in life that is of value comes easy. If good things came easily then the value would be diminished. When we have a vested interest, when we give everything we have, then, and only then are those good times valuable. Unknown
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We live in a society that only embraces success and that is who we are. It takes a great deal of inner strength to deal with the time commitment of coaching when very little seems to be accomplished. Unknown
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Coaching is like riding a roller coaster with many ups and downs. The true test is weathering the storm. The average length of time anywhere in America that a man is a head high school football coach is three years. Unknown
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It is important for coaches to mentor young people toward those things that are most important in life and aid them in creating their own order of priorities to live by. Unknown
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I truly believe that success is determined not on Friday nights during games but rather in practice away from the lights and glimmer where coaches and players only have each other, their sweat, their discipline and their loyalty to each other. It is at practice where the boys of America become men through hard work, dedication and perseverance. Unknown
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The development of the “We Believe” philosophy must be real and not cosmetic. Everyone must buy in and understand that it is not a motivational tool, but rather something very personal that should be lived and that all must believe in order for true success to be achieved. Unknown
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I think we had to hit rock-bottom in all facets of the program before we could ever start moving in a positive direction. Unknown
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If you are not a part of the solution then you must be part of the problem. I am done with problems here! Unknown
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I will not promise boys positions, I will not promise any of you football success, I will demand discipline, character, respect, and work ethic throughout the program. If I succeed in getting people to believe then success will follow. Unknown
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The great cancer facing all of us during this ‘new millennium’ is entitlement. Unknown
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- “…it is easy to read that this game is more than just a game, it is a culmination of a group of coaches and boys on a mission to not just experience, but rather to achieve something that only they believe is truly possible. Unknown
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Before success can truly become routine, there must be that transition from that wanting/hoping to have success toward honestly knowing you can earn success with your talents and work ethic. Unknown
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To achieve any group goal, individuals must work to improve themselves as a means to improve the group. Unknown
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I teach our young men that respect is earned each day on the practice field, in the classroom, and how each young man lives his life. Unknown