To Be a Part of a Team
Humans are not solitary creatures. We are not meant to live our lives on our own. We meet other humans on a daily basis, we interact with them and form connections. We have social rules, laws and conventions. There are things that are accepted and encouraged by others, but just like the behaviours we accept, there are some that we disapprove of or even punish with fees or jail time.
As we live our lives in groups, we need to be able to cooperate as a part of a team. The ‘team’ we mention here might be a family, a group of friends, a crowd of co-workers or even a company of total strangers. A unit might be two people Soca river (Slovenia) kayaking or a group of ten having fun during rafting Bovec. Such situations particularly stress the importance of teamwork. The two people that spend time on Soca river, Slovenia – kayaking or doing any other activity as a couple will need to collaborate, trying to adjust to each other’s needs and expectations. Most importantly, they will need to work together to reach a common goal. The goal might simply be to get to another part of the river, getting more fit or having fun during their adventure on Soca river, Slovenia. Kayaking might present a smaller challenge as far as cooperation is concerned. If we take a larger group that is rafting (Bovec), teamwork might be more challenging. In a bigger group, there are more people that need to adapt, more people to disagree and less chance to provide your own insight, which makes cooperation during rafting Bovec harder. As mentioned, teamwork is a part of everyday life. To exist means to co-exist with other people, so working in a team and willingness to compromise is an important aspect of a productive life.