We’ve been fortunate to build a loyal following on social media and have seen that following grow again this year. Our “teammates” enjoy the inspirational thoughts we post each day, and we enjoy sharing the message.

Many followers have found our daily posts to be an opportunity to refuel their good teammate tanks, rediscover purpose in their lives, and refocus their energies.

In keeping with our annual tradition, here are the posts from each month of 2020 that received the most interactions, impressions, shares, likes, favorites, and retweets:



Good teammates must be patient with everything except toxic behaviors from others. You must have an intolerance for toxic behaviors that disrupt your team’s culture—and a willingness to confront those who do. #courage


Good teammates must have the ability to be happy for another teammate’s success.


It doesn’t take talent to be a good teammate, but being a good teammate is a talent.


Good teammates know that life is too important to be wasted on jealousy. Be happy for others’ accomplishments.


Good teammates do not require supervision. They can be trusted to exceed expectations because they are committed to their team’s success.


Simple rule for team success: Good teammates find a way to make those around them better. WE>ME.


Holding on to anger will hold you back. You can’t be bitter and be a good teammate. Let it go!


Good teammates focus fully on whatever it is they are doing. Halfhearted-ness isn’t in their character.


Good teammates go out of their way to not inconvenience others, yet they never mind being inconvenienced by something that will help their team be successful.


Take action! The needle is moved by your actions, not your thoughts.


Want to make a difference on your team? Inspire others to believe in their significance.


Good teammates don’t compete against each other. They compete for each other.


We hope you will continue to support our Good Teammate efforts, as we strive to reach a wider audience and inspire even more individuals to become better teammates. Because…the world cannot have too many good teammates.

If you know of someone who could benefit from a dose of the Good Teammate message, please encourage them to join the conversation and start following us social media.

See you on 2021!

As always…Good teammates care. Good teammates share. Good teammates listen. Go be a good teammate.

Lance Loya is the founder and CEO of the Good Teammate Factory. He is a college basketball coach turned author, blogger, and professional speaker, who inspires TEAMBUSTERS to become TEAMMATES. You can follow him on Twitter, Facebook, or through his weekly Teammate Tuesday blog.

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