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Some Special Thoughts on Twittering and "Thinking TEAM"Views: 229
Dec 28, 2008 8:10 am re: Some Special Thoughts on Twittering and "Thinking TEAM"

Lindy Asimus
Hi Lamar.

Yes I enjoyed our chat on Skype too.

One of the things that we discussed today is a willingness to share resources and to adopt a collaborative approach to what we are doing individually.

It would be nice to think that we are all collaborative at heart, but I would dispute that assumption. We don't all find the same value in collaboration. Nothing wrong with that actually, but again it comes down to basics.

"What is a core value for you?"

Some people are good self promoters.
Some people are terrible self promoters but think they are good at it.
Some people are more inclined to promote others.

It would be easy to assume that those in the last category, who actively promote others, would in turn get promoted in kind by those they help. That would be a foolish assumption though.

Truth be told, most people find it much easier to notice when they are hindered, than to notice when they are helped. And sometimes we do a poor job at letting others know how to help us!

Those for whom collaboration is a value, need to let others know. That's the What of it I guess. The How can come later.

With each of us having a special interest and gifts in different spheres, it makes a kind of sense to get together to share the resources that we have collectively. If you have something to share, and some things you need... then this could be a good place to start thinking about what those skills and needs are, and seeing if there might be someone with comlementary skills within your network, who can and wishes to add input to allow you to get closer to your well defined goals, to achieve the results that you want. It's a safe bet that we all have something we'd like to achieve.

It is not a truism for nothing, the saying "two heads are better than one."

For any of you who would like to check out TeamCircle, you can find Lamar's page there at http://teamcircle.ning.com/profile/LamarMorgan (For those in California there is a group specially for you, and of course Kathy Buck's Small Business Think Tank on TeamCircle too. )

Wishing you a Happy New Year and a fantastic 2009



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