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Me First Or Others First? Sightings of Affectionately Called “Endless” Being Reported

Posted on 22 Sep 2017 in Entrepreneurship & Business, Mood, Mindset & Motivation, Sports Teams & Athletics | 0 comments

“Know what you need, want, and have.” – Raj Gavurla

“Endless” addressed the thought on “me first” or “others first”.  He said it is “win fun teams first” (yes, plural). You’re on several win fun teams.  You might think it’s only me there is no one else.  Then, look at your environment. Those inanimate things, nature, and animals are on your win fun team.  And assuming you know one other person in this world you might need and want to recruit them to form another win fun team.  However, “Endless” is aware you are involved with an infinite number of win fun teams.  Your family is a win fun team, faith and/or belief system is a win team, doctor(s), nurses, friends, teachers, speakers, authors, innovators, entrepreneurs, nurses, coaches, mentors, job (your on several win teams, i.e. individual positive relationships, your department, designated win fun teams, business unit, organization/company), sports, community service, advocacy, groups, leadership, independence, you get the idea).

Yes, you are on win fun team humanity.

So, you might have heard the “me first” example of being on the airplane and the oxygen mask falls.  Do you put it on you first or the other person.  You first so you can help others live better.  Then, you might have heard the example of “do for others first”.  So, you might think someone will do for you since you do for others.  I hope so.

So “Endless” says, “win fun teams first”. Whoever does first for the other depends on the situation.  Does it make sense? Take time to find meaning in this to you.

Do the thing you think you cannot do. – Eleanor Roosevelt

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