How to Succeed by NOT being a Team Player

3 thoughts on “How to Succeed by NOT being a Team Player”

  1. I hear you on that. I guess personal loyalties (Stemming from teams and general relations) promotes some irrationality within us. You used the perfect word to describe it; it’s tribal. That said, community spirit may be a necessity for a functioning society but to what ends? – not too sure on that. Great post! This one made me think.

    1. Thanks. I was playing devil’s advocate a bit because everyone always goes on about how important team playing is I thought I’d put an alternative view. Thanks for reading.

      1. I totally agree with a new angle. I must have read a billion pieces of popular lifestyle topics with nothing new to add – just the regurgatation . I read alternative, even controversial views with far more interest.

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