Words On Marble by Idrees Uthman Shuaib (U13MM2034)


To inspire your team members, you’ll
have to talk to them, of course. I hate
meetings, but I love short (seven to 20-minute)
huddles to align and motivate the team,
distribute roles and
quickly achieve result. One effective way
to begin or end a huddle is by sharing a
quote. I love quotes.
Below are 20 quotes I believe will inspire
you from well-known coaches, athletes,
business leaders, and authors that will
compel you and your team members to
work well together:
1. “Talent wins games, but teamwork and
intelligence win championships.” –
Michael Jordan
2. “Teamwork is the ability to work
together toward a common vision. The
ability to direct individual
accomplishments toward organizational
objectives. It is the fuel that allows
common people to attain uncommon
results.” –Andrew Carnegie
3. “Alone we can do so little, together we
can do so much.” –Helen Keller
4. “I invite everyone to choose
forgiveness rather than division,
teamwork over personal ambition.” –
Jean-Francois Cope
5. “None of us is as smart as all of us.” –
Ken Blanchard
6. “Coming together is a beginning.
Keeping together is progress. Working
together is success.” –Henry Ford
7. “If everyone is moving forward
together, then success takes care of
itself.” –Henry Ford
8. “The strength of the team is each
individual member. The strength of each
member is the team.” –Phil Jackson
9. “Collaboration allows teachers to
capture each other’s fund of collective
intelligence.” –Mike Schmoker
10. “It takes two flints to make a fire.” –
Louisa May Alcott
11. “Unity is strength. . . when there is
teamwork and collaboration, wonderful
things can be achieved.” –Mattie
12. “To me, teamwork is the beauty of
our sport, where you have five acting as
one. You become selfless.” –Mike
13. “The best teamwork comes from men
who are working independently toward
one goal in unison.” –James Cash Penney
14. Without a team it is virtually
impossible to achieve OUTSTANDING
15. “A team is more than a collection of
people. It is a process of give and take.”
Barbara Glacel & Emile Robert Jr.



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