By Scott Nichols
In today’s world, most of us watch video clips online. If you’re like my son, you watch sports clips of athletes making the last-minute shot, touchdown or goal. What’s not shown is the other 99% of the game that allowed there to be a game winning shot. It’s easy to idolize a player and forget about the team. An interesting question to ask someone would be, “Is it the playmaker that wins a game or the team?” I am not sure what the results would be but, in my opinion and experience, the correct answer is the team.
This article is going to be a little different than the rest. I have a list of questions I am going to ask and answer about creating a winning team. I am doing it this way because I want to lay out exactly what it takes to create a team and identify the benefits of a team.