“Behind an able man there are always other able men” – Chinese Proverb

001Teams are in every aspect of our Life and Business – Husband/Wife, Parents/Children, Boss/Employee, even within our friendships we all bring our unique talents to achieve our daily and long term goals.

  • Teams involve more people, thus affording more resources, ideas, and energy than would an individual.
  • Teams maximize a leader’s potential and minimize her weaknesses.  Strengths and weaknesses are more exposed in individuals.
  • Teams provide multiple perspectives on how to meet a need or reach a goal, thus devising several alternatives for each situation.
  • Teams share the credit for victories and the blame for losses.  This fosters genuine humility and authentic community.
  • Teams keep leaders accountable for the goal.
  • Teams can simply do more than an individual.

If you want to reach your potential or strive for the seemingly impossible you need to become a team player.  Individuals play the game, but teams win the championship.  – Equipping 101

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I'm Taking Care of Business and Life via my desktop. I've been a virtual assistant to a variety of businesses over 30 years. On this site I want to share my passion for photography, great business/leadership tips, and ideas for staying healthy and organized.
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4 Responses to “Behind an able man there are always other able men” – Chinese Proverb

  1. Denise Webster says:

    Profound posts this morning Teri! You inspire me everyday with your words. Thank you for this awesome post.

  2. Peggy's Gathering Place says:

    Your the best. I love how you include your children.

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