Think We, Not Me

Do you focus on what's in it for you or what's in it for everyone?

Try to create opportunities where everyone wins, including you. What benefits the team members benefits the team. There's tremendous power in thinking we, not me. When you have an abundance mentality, not only are you more likely to achieve the results you want, but you build stronger, healthier relationships along the way.

Get Better: Think We, Not Me

  • Seek solutions that will benefit everyone involved. 
  • Identify and eliminate behaviors that tend to be selfish or exclusive.
  • Understand that just because one person wins, others don't have to lose.

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