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AND SET THE WORLD ON FIRE


Coaching Olympic athletes the Jesuit way


KORI ADE (BS ’97) coaches figure skating just like the Jesuits educated her at Loyola— by focusing on the whole person. “Being able to draw on my education—whether it’s something I learned in a philosophy or anthropology or sociology course—has given me a versatile knowledge base for ex- plaining concepts to my students,” she said. “Having to take the three required theology and philosophy courses, especially, broad- ened my horizons.” Ade coaches 2015 U.S. Men’s National


Even if I can’t teach them a better axel, I can teach them to be more com- passionate, to have more gratitude, to have grit."


Champion and 2018 Olympic hopeful Ja- son Brown, along with other national and international competitors, at her 7K Inter- national Skating Academy in Monument, Colorado. Her program combines on-ice practice with off-ice training in mental toughness, and she even asks her skaters to get involved in service projects in their local communities. Ade's coaching philosophy mirrors the


Ignatian value of cura personalis, or care of the whole person. That comes from her Jesuit education, along with advice from her father, former Loyola Fine Arts professor Tim Ade, who told her to “Keep your an- tennas up so that you can best respond to the circumstances presented to you in each moment.” Those factors have all shaped the way Ade coaches her athletes. “I want to enrich their lives in any way possible,” she said. “Even if I can’t teach them a better axel, I can teach them to be more compas- sionate, to have more gratitude, to have grit. I can show them that they have potential that they didn’t know that they had.”


FOLLOW KORI'S TIPS FOR APPROACHING EVERY DAY LIKE AN OLYMPIC ATHLETE:


SET A METRIC TO MEASURE ACHIEVEMENT AND GROWTH—AS WELL AS COMPLACENCY


MAKE PUBLIC WHAT YOU ARE AIMING FOR, BECAUSE VULNERABILITY EQUALS ACCOUNTABILITY


NEVER ALLOW FEAR TO LEAD YOU; IT IS THE EASIEST WAY TO PARALYZE YOUR POTENTIAL


FACE EVERY DAY WITH THE NOTION THAT IF YOU AREN’T A LITTLE BETTER BY THE END OF IT, YOU HAVEN’T MADE THE MOST OF YOUR TIME


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