I’m “running” in the CMBA half marathon (blogging daily from Oct 1st to 13th) by writing “13 Things I’ve Learned About Marriage.”
13 Things I’ve Learned About Marriage
#6 – Being team players will solve a lot of problems.
When you work on problems together, you have the combined strength of your abilities. Between the two of you there are more skills available and you’re likely to get more done and done faster.
You are also more likely to have fewer
fights “discussions” if you are teammates taking on a problem together, instead of individuals labeling each other as the problem and finding fault with each other.
Regardless of what the problem is or who it starts with, consider it a team problem and work together for a solution.
Don’t find fault, find a remedy. Henry Ford
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