Cause-Effect Essay 3.3
Which would you rather hear, one person clapping for you or a group of people clapping for you? You would like a group of people of course. That is like a sports team. If you are a part of a sports team you will appear great, but if you play alone you will appear weak. Being on a team helps you learn many positive qualities, including developing cooperation, learning important personal values, and knowing how to communicate. Being an individual on a team is like being part of a family. Whether you like your teammates or not, you should care about them. The nice feeling about being in a sports team is cooperation. There are always others by your side and everyone has each other’s back no matter what. You should work together, help each other, and learn from each other. More significantly, no one on the team says, “I won”, rather everyone says, “We won”. If everyone is moving forward together, then success of the team takes care of itself. The team offers the (“potential to synergize your and other people’s individual efforts into a new whole that is greater than their sum.” Intercompany sports leagues provide an enjoyable and lighthearted way for groups to become teams.) 1 Another important effect of being on a sports team is learning important values. Through playing on a team, you obtain game values. You do not play alone. As a result, you learn how to share and not be selfish. For example, when you play soccer and you have the ball, you have to pass the ball to someone else on your team, not keep the ball because you want to be the one who scores. You have to know that everything you do will not just affect you, it will affect the whole team. Consequently, knowing that your actions affect the whole team will teach you how to be responsible for your own actions. During the game every player must do his best to communicate with other team members to be an active player. For example, when...