Teamwork

June 29, 2017

Hey guys, we are back in Salt Lake now, with day 37 of our sunrises to success. Today we’re talking about teamwork. We just finished another powerful workshop and some training where we’re masterminding with some more people to give you a quick little insight into what’s happening here. Teamwork, guys, we got our Spanish team growing, earning, and learning.

I want to talk to you about the principles of teamwork, making sure that you are in the right place at the right time. A phrase I like to go off of is called aces in their places. Napoleon Hill writes about this principle of cooperation in his love success book, Chapter 13. He talks about two different mindsets and two different personality types or demeanors. He calls the caretaker and what he calls the Dynamo and the balance wheel.

So there are energetic people, the salespeople, the guy in the front of the room, the front of the project, whatever it is, and those guys need a lot of energy. They’re men of action on the external side of things. Then some people are into the preparation, taking care of books, taking care of numbers, and making a video to say hi, hello.

All right, you never know what’s going to happen. Teamwork dynamos and balance wheels if given a task that requires you to be sitting in front of books, and writing down numbers and checking everything and you feel like you should be outside, then that’s what you should be doing. They went through and found that most people who got caught doing embezzling or cooking the books, as they say, were of the Dynamo personality type. They were supposed to be out in front of the world, not sitting in front of books.

It’s an interesting little observation that they made. Now working as a team, you have to remember that sometimes it’s not exciting, it can be boring sometimes. If you’re committed to the team and what’s about to happen, you will stick through the boring parts. Don’t worry about it getting boring. There’s a lot of action in preparation and doing as a team, aces in their places. I know what I’m good at.

So that’s what I do Jonathan back there. He’s good at being on camera and running the camera. Tonya, the lady upstairs, is good with computers. We let her make the websites and the different videos that plug and play. You must engage in teamwork because no one can do it by themselves. There’s another phrase that says many hands make light work.

If you have a big project at hand, get lots of people, and the work will feel lighter. Okay, teamwork makes the dream work. You know, I got to recently collaborate with Justin Johnson on his website and a couple of things we were doing. He’s good at design, and I’m good at content.

So teamwork makes the dream work. Andrew Carnegie wants to drop a quick quote on you. Andrew Carnegie said teamwork is the fuel that allows common people to attain common results. I am now on the set. I’m getting yelled at to leave. You got this. I believe in you. That’s right. Okay, guys. If you’re not part of a team, then go and find one. There are many people out there that are the other half that balance the other part that you’re looking for in your project or your endeavor, and it doesn’t always have to do with business.

There are teams for health teams for fitness teams, you know, creativity and art. You know, one of the most common teams is a marriage. Right? Working as a team with your spouse. So teamwork isn’t always pretty, but sometimes it can be frustrating. And you got to remember to stick through the plan. Don’t quit early. Do not quit early. If you’re part of the team. You’re not allowed to quit.

Speaking of teamwork, this is one of my most powerful team members right here. Judy, helping more people join the team. She’s good at making people feel comfortable. I’m good at making people feel uncomfortable. So we’re a good balance for each other. Coming to you live from Salt Lake day 37 of our sunrises to success. Do you have anything to say about teamwork? Teamwork makes the dream work. See he knows. We all know.

Alright, guys, I appreciate you being here. Thanks for tuning in. Another beautiful day in paradise. I will check back in with you tomorrow for Day 38. Remember, build your team, be a part of the team, stick through it even if it’s annoying. The results pay for themselves. Alright guys, take back your existence or die like a punk.

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