Being world-class means working on myself and trusting other's to guide me, push me and challenge my own paradigms.
Working with Brands to lift their work, their products and their purpose.
Working with companies and teams to help them see their potential, strive for excellence and be purposeful!
Helping youth champion their own mental health. Learning to be kind to yourself and others.
Madison Mailey is one of those rare young leaders with a work ethic that wins gold medals and inspires others to embrace change, strive for excellence and create change in themselves and the world. With over 10,000 focused hours working as a prominent team member to compete on one of the most prestigious stages in the world, Madison has earned a place in history as elite athlete. Her role in the Gold medal team was as a collaborator, a meditator and the one who redirected and repurposed energy to maintain a team focused on winning gold. Her proven process to build and focus relationships, create strategic alliances built on a mutual objective and to sacrifice and use inner gifts to strive for for excellence and reach those hard to achieve goals.
OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALIST MADISON MAILEY SHARES HER STORY OF RESILIENCE WITH NORTHEASTERN GRADUATES IN TORONTO
by Ian Thomson
Taking time to listen, help and teach lessons in the hearts and minds of our youth is a passion of mine. This is because I had the privilege of working with numerous mentors and friends who positively impacted me while I was growing up.
I want to share my experiences of the last four years in a tactile and inspiring way with as many youths as possible.
I have worked with elementary schools and senior schools to motivate and demonstrate that being a champion is in everyone.
So many people have asked me to share the visceral feeling of reaching that Olympic goal, and when I start to talk. It takes me right back there.
What was it like to harness nine different personalities to focus on one goal? First, I want to say that is my favourite part about racing the eight is that we all have to work together so perfectly. We truly embraced each other differences, and another individual's strengths covered everyone's weaknesses. I can't wait to share all that encompassed that emotional and dynamic journey with you.
Terry McLeod, VP. Probus Club North Shore Vancouver
~ Madison Mailey, 2020 Olympic Gold Medalist
Decide tonight when you set your wake up alarm that you are going to get up tomorrow with purpose. You are going to go for that morning jog or walk, you are going to start that journal, you are going to make that sale,...apologize,....reach out... whatever it is. You are doing it tomorrow because not doing it.... is a waste of energy.
Like the muscles in your body, your mental health is one of those invisible powerhouses, it can supply us with positive energy that just propels us forward or it can drain your battery when you need it most. Mental health conditioning requires as much, if not more attention than our physical health: our ability to remain focused, our empathy, forgiveness, and openness to accept help and coaching is all our mental health. muscle.... keep it healthy.
Without champion physical health, you'll never get champion results, whatever your mission is. Your body is the suit that carries your heart and brain around. Take it seriously.
Are you pushing yourself and striving for excellence with positive or negative self talk? Are you asking your body to give you more while at the same time taking care of it? Are you listening to people who love you, care about you and are emotionally invested in your well being and success?
If you are giving your time to a venture, champions always bring positive momentum to the groups they invest their time in. Be Joyful. Be Kind and Be a Positive Force for Change.
In order to create team collaboration in a competitive environment your team needs to work together at a world-class level. Madison works with your team to share, talk and dissect team dynamics and best ways to collaborate when the stakes are high and the pressure is unending.
Learn to develop the skills necessary to build yourself up and support others as you struggle through challenge and change. "Four years of constant pressure taught me that we ARE stronger together and resilience is a product of trust, accountability and support.". Lets talk about what makes us resilient.
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