The world is an overwhelming place. How can we hope to make a difference when we are are small as individuals standing alone?
It’s difficult to ripple any change through our environment when we’re alone.
Yet, when we work with others, even in small groups, the chances that we actually can make a difference increase exponentially.
Most things are done better and more efficiently in groups.
A committee has more chance of affecting change in a government.
Neighborhood watch programs can keep a community safer than one household alone.
A specialized team can do more in the workplace than one individual could.
A pair of parents have a better chance raising a child than a single parent.
There are many different names for the union of minds when it comes to a purpose.
In 1973, the Maharishi Effect was introduced to the world.
The Mastermind Principle is now more commonly accepted. Beyond science, spiritual debate, and philosophy we simply work better together.
What are a few ways you can begin to increase your personal power through group engagement?
Who, when in their presence, makes you feel open, free, or alive?
What causes or activities are you passionate about?
Life is a team sport. It’s best played with a small group of people in your circle.
Teamwork is power exponential.