Teamwork Makes the Dream Work
eamwork Makes the Dream Work
Or you could go all Dr Gregory House and say there is no “I in team, but there is a me no if you scramble it around”
At least ‘teamwork makes the dream work’ is a short and sweet way to think of working together. Once I was listening to a ex-Australian Commando (special forces) explain the selection process. He stated that it wasn’t the strongest, or the person with the badass tattoos that got through the arduous selection process. It wasn’t even the natural-born leader that could cleanly delegate tasks to everyone that got through.
It was the one that, when everything else in life had failed them, that they had nothing left to give physically or emotionally – they could still reach deep within themselves to be able to help out the person next to them.
Those are the people who got through, the ones who could help their teammate in the direst of situations.
The most important thing to take away is that yes, even if you can do all the obstacles on your own there is nothing like having people to catch you when you fall. If you ever have your darkest hour you will much more resilient if you have a team that is willing to help you.