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In an effort to keep things short and sweet, we wanted to share a couple of audio clips from an interview Positive Performance's Co-Founder Lindsey Wilson conducted with 2012 silver-medalist and Volleyball Olympian Courtney Thompson.
Being a great athlete has a lot to do with how one prepares their mind, not only going into the game, but long before and long after. Here, Courtney talks about how she prepares herself.
Born in 1984 in Kent, Washington, Courtney understood early on that having a clear mission was important to her success as a volleyball player. Listen as Courtney talks to Lindsey about...
"What sets Courtney apart is, she battles."
- Hugh McCutcheon, Olympic Gold & Silver winning Head Volleyball Coach
Courtney is a natural leader. Something about her just speaks leadership. And, after hearing her talk about her leadership approach, it's no wonder why.
To Courtney, leading isn't about her; it's about her teammates and how she can help them improve. Helping others, she's found, is the best way to improve herself.
Courtney has a presence about her that I've never witnessed in anybody else. She is 100% a leader."
-Christa Harmotto, Olympic medal-winning volleyball player
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