Lynn says “Like many people, once I had overcome the frustration and guilt over thwarted trips to work during February’s arctic weather, I enjoyed several days of uninterrupted play with my children. One session on a local steep hill I watched as many kids sledged in pristine, early morning, snow. The snow, whilst beautiful, was not ripe for sledges and many were frustrated by slow trips or getting stuck. I watched as they all pooled resources, pushing each other, scraping some deep snow out of the way, and trampling the snow run until they were all able to speed happily and rapidly to the bottom.
As Henry Ford said, “Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.”
- How can we use our individual ideas and strengths to work together?
- Do we know what our outcome is?
- Do we maximise our efficiency by using each other?”
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