Team-Up to Make a Difference

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Each one of us, is capable of doing things on our own but majority of times we, humans, opt to work in groups, (whether itโ€™s socially or professionally) in order to achieve tough goals. Considering the importance of the ideas originating in myriad minds, it is an intelligent thing to do for progression.

Quite obviously, at professional level it is obligatory to contribute as one is bound to work in compliance with the set rules and regulation otherwise you are out but how true is that at the community level?

We team up but do we give our 100%? This is a question we need to ask ourselves. For how long we are going to put the burden of blame on others? Why donโ€™t we become responsible enough for our deeds and the results, whatever they are?

When you are a part of a team, Exhibit the TEAM SPIRIT; try to contribute honestly and enthusiastically; and help make a difference.

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7 Comments on “Team-Up to Make a Difference”

  1. I think every individual should own the project that brings sense of belongingness towards the team. However the major cause lies in the fact that the project is deemed to be owned by the leader himself and all others are supposed to supplement his efforts to achieve the goals. The leader always attributes failures to his team and all successes to his own personal effort. This is my own experience of more than 20 years and wherever there was a team, the success was imminent but where there was leader and team members, it proved a biggg failure.

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