Which Olympic athletes have the most successful careers in the corporate world? Rowers, says new research by Bain & Co. described today in the Wall Street Journal and Forbes Magazine. One explanation is that rowers must work intensely as a team, rather than pursuing personal fame, which sets them up well for [...]Read More →
Adam shares his reflections from London 2012 on his site at Canada.com.
Today’s story: lesson’s learned from the Canadian Men’s Eight 2012 Silver Medalists:Read More →
Author and renowned Food Critic James Chatto reviews Adam’s favourite tea, Jaga Silk’s Maccha Tea. In short, says Chatto, “this is an excellent tea, invigorating, exhilarating – a fine way to open the day”.
Read James Chatto on Adam Kreek and “Tea fit for Olympians”.
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Adam and his crew, OAR Northwest, will row across the Atlantic Ocean, from Liberia to Venezuela, in December 2012. The 60-80 adventure will raise money for Right to Play while also promoting the benefits of outdoor adventure for youth and adults alike.
Adam’s team have partnered with the Canadian Wildlife Federation who share the goal [...]Read More →
Adam and the Oar Northwest crew have circumnavigated Vancouver Island. Adam has arrived back in Victoria, while the rest of the crew continued on to Vancouver where they will complete their journey before returning back to Seattle. This is the first time a four person crew has rowed around Vancouver Island.
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“Your presentation really kicked off the two day session for us. We had numerous references back to your experience and journey. Because your story has many similarities to our path we will remember the analogies for years. Yours is a great story of resilience, relationship building, personal and team accountability and friendship.”
President and COO, Ledcor Industrial Limited