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… so there’s no reason for me to be in a team.



There’s been no time in my life where I have thought, “Well, I’m sure glad I was required to work in a team because I definitely couldn’t have done that better on my own.”  Sure, sometimes it’s nice to have peers around who can sympathize with your plight or maybe you get paired with an equally efficient person and things just click.  But that is the exception, my friends.  The rule is the following: