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Psalm 133:1 NIV
How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity!
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Invocation and Blessing

Which of your teammates seems to be the most opposite of you? Despite your differences, what might you share in common with him or her?
Maxwell, John C.. Everyone Communicates, Few Connect- Lunch & Learn (Kindle Locations 299-302). The John Maxwell Company. Kindle Edition.

Invocation and Blessing

Breakfast

Discuss these questions at your table

Thinking about your best friendship. What commonalities brought your friend and you together?
Which of your teammates seems to be the most opposite of you? Despite your differences, what might you share in common with him or her?
All sorts of things divide us. There are many things in today’s world that people do not agree on. Have you noticed, especially on social media, that people are increasingly passionate about the positions they take? not only that, people seem feel they are obligated to tear those who take the opposing position apart. Let me show you what I mean.

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Psalm 133:1 NIV
How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity!

How much better does your day go when everything works out smoothly?
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Our team is just one example of accomplishing more because of other’s strengths.

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The Cookies

Seeing things from others perspective involves finding common ground. Finding common ground always requires that you see things from a different perspective.
Thoughtfulness- I will think of others, and look for ways to thank them.
Openness - I will let people into my life — both parties must engage and be open
Humility - I will think less of myself so I can think of others more — have you met someone who always had to be the hero?
Think about two of your teammates. How can you add value to each of them over the next month? In what ways can you express gratitude for their contributions to the team?
We add the most value to our team in our areas of strength. Where do you have expertise? How can you invest in yourself to make your primary strengths even stronger?

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