There Is No ‘I’ in a Team

There Is No ‘I’ in a Team We spend 90% of our lives at work. Specifically, people who work in the corporate sector, spend more time at their offices than at home. The success of a corporation is based on a very famous concept ‘there’s no ‘I’ in a team!” It is true, both literally and figuratively. The spelling of the word, ‘team’ does not accommodate the letter, ‘I’. Likewise, the values of a team promote that an individual should not put too much emphasis on themselves while they are working in a particular team especially at work. However, does this expression only apply to our work? Is this the extent of this beautiful saying? The answer is no! Let’s find out how through a real-life experience! Charles Plumb was a US fighter-jet pilot in Vietnam. Before he was shot down, he had participated in 75 combat missions. When he>>>

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Obstacles Lead to a Better Path

Obstacles Lead to a Better Path Imagine waking up one morning and finding out that you are quite late for work. You will surely panic at such a time but simultaneously hurry up to reach work as soon as possible. As you are putting on your watch, it breaks. Nevertheless, you ignore that and leave it at home making a mental note have it repaired later on. You rush down the stairs and clamber into your car quickly. However, just as you run the ignition of your car, the engine gives out. You hit the steering wheel in anger but you still have to get to work so you leave your car at home and decide to take the train. You run to the station to catch the train that would take you directly to work. However, you miss it by one minute! Now, you’re really frustrated, but work is>>>

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