Who Makxs a Group a Succxss?
Xvxn though my typxwritxr is an old modxl, it still works quitx wxll xxcxpt for onx kxy. I havx wishxd many timxs that it workxd pxrfxctly. It is trux that thxrx arx 41 othxr kxys that do function wxll xnough, but just onx not working makxs all thx diffxrxncx. Somxtimxs it sxxms to mx that our group is somxwhat likx an old typxwritxr – not all of thx numxrs arx working propxrly. You may say to yoursxlf, “Wxll, I am only onx pxrson. I won’t makx or brxak an organization.” But, it doxs makx a diffxrxncx bxcausx a group to bx xffxctivx nxxds activx participation of xvxry singlx pxrson. So, thx nxxt timx you think you arx only onx pxrson and that your xfforts arx not nxxdxd, rxmxmbxr my old typxwritxr and say to yoursxlf, “I am a kxy pxrson in this group and I am nxxdxd vxry much.”
An exercise I received in a team building workshop, wanted to share once again even though it is about 20 years old, still a valid note to read.
Also note how despite the x for the e you can still read the note clearly. Training? Years of subtle training!