In the summer before my junior year in high school, each player on our football team received a gray t-shirt with the following graphic on the front:
I didn't get it. Granted, I didn't stay up nights thinking about it, but I didn't understand what "Team Me" was. Maybe that was a sign that I wasn't bound for football glory. (I wasn't.) Maybe it was a sign that I'm a very uncreative person. Whatever it is, I simply wasn't motivated by it, even when I learned that it represented a mentality of "Big Team, little me".
I know that in team sports it's important to realize that individual accomplishments don't always lead to team success. But for me, the message is lost when it's cast in a goofy puzzle. Maybe my life would have been substantially different if my coach had gone with a shirt saying, "There's no I in TEAM." That statement still involves some cute wordplay, but I'm pretty sure I would have grokked the point much more quickly.