At the center of every high performance team is a common purpose—a mission that rises above and beyond each of the individual team members. To be successful, the team’s interests and needs come first. This requires “we-opic” vision (“What’s in it for we?”), a challenging step up from the common “me-opic” mindset.
Empowerment is not about adding more power, authority, and responsibility to people. It is about subtracting the forces against us—removing obstacles and eliminating the barriers to success.
I am not sure exactly when I "woke up."
It was more of a gradual stage for me than a sudden awakening.
Nevertheless, I learned to take each of my life circumstances and play
them accordingly—like a hand of cards.
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