“There is no ‘I’ in team.” Anyone who coached youth sports knows this phrase. It goes on to say, “There are only ‘us and we.’”
Heard by G.H Stablein Esq. J.D. at a bar at Arizona State University
Calvin Coolidge, our 30th president, made 22 speeches during his presidency. Those speeches created 52,094 words. In those speeches, President Coolidge used the word “I” only one time (and no he didn’t speak of himself in the third person).
It struck George (get it?) that we, in our chosen profession, cannot do anything alone.
When you remit your hard earned remittances to FNTI (by the way, we are on track for another record year thanks to all of you), George knows that dollar comes from:
So, no “I’s”—only “we’s!”