The Cameron Method - Newsletter Archive
21 June, 2000 - The Value of Teamwork
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The Value of Teamwork
When things get tough, what do you depend on to get you through it? We each have our bottom line beliefs and feelings of a spiritual power greater than we are. That will get us through tough times.
With that accepted and included, what outer structure works to help you bring your goals into this reality? The right structure can mean the difference between the person who finds great success in life and the lost soul in prison or a mental institution.
In the military world, you depend on your own training, your organization (and equipment) and your fellow soldiers. Teamwork is imperative for any mission to be accomplished.
The business world (since it is traditionally male based) is built on the military model. Companies fight for their goal of revenues against others who want the same. The company can go out of existence (die) if they don't win enough revenue (through production and sales) to sustain the troops (employees and investors).
We compete in life and at the same time we must cooperate to really succeed. Each team competes by working together to accomplish their goal. You can't do it alone. It is still that effective military model. It's in all structures of society--even families.
Even with the most intense competition within a group, as in the TV show Survivors competing for $1,000,000, the people pull together in their team against another team. If they don't pull together, they will forfeit the goal to the other team. In this case, it might be for food or other survival support. This show that is the symbol of individual desire (only one person will win the million dollars) is giving new focus to teamwork.
Alone, we can use our creativity and drive to excel and working together, supporting one another, we can accomplish even greater goals. We need both. They underlie progress and even civilization!
We can use The Releasing Strategy, as taught in the book Designing Your Heart's Desire, to enhance our working together, our teamwork, and encourage our competitive edge at the same time. Repeat each statement only until you can say it easily.
- I release my belief, perception and judgment that working with others is too much of a strain for me.
- I release all fear that my teammates will let me down.
- I release all fear that I should be able to do everything better on my own.
- I release all need or desire to view my coworkers as my competition.
- I release my belief, perception and judgment that I can't trust others to support what I am trying to accomplish.
- I release all need or desire to ignore my teammates' contributions.
- I release my belief perception and judgment that I can't enjoy working with other people to accomplish goals.
- I release all unwillingness to support my teammates wholeheartedly.
- I release all resistance to contributing to a team effort.
- I release all unwillingness to make my work within the team the best it can be.
- I release my belief, perception and judgment that I can't enjoy my work in a corporate setting.
Sharon and Clark Cameron
The Cameron Group
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