Shared Motivation

When a group experiences or deals with an issue, no two persons in the group will mentally interpret the issue exactly the same way, nor will any two persons experience the same exact emotions around it.  This may be due to information asymmetry (amount of information shared or duration of time provided for digestion of the ‘facts’), historical experiences of individuals, personal biases, and so forth.

This is the beauty of us humans – we are all different individuals.

However, if the group is able to collectively share a ‘group’ motivation or purpose that is beyond or larger than any one person’s interest, then the proposed plan or path taken, and resulting outcomes would be celebrated by all within the group.

A “Tribe” is born.

By | 2017-10-25T13:36:24+00:00 October 25th, 2017|DailyD|

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