Can you be a team-player in a single player world?
Advice from a Naval Officer and lessons from avengers
In our newsletter last week, we made a case against the individualist model of success. We spoke about the brilliant work of Dr. Anamika and invited you to shine a light on those in your orbit and make “individual success” a shared endeavor and a shared celebration.
In today’s newsletter we would like to start by shining the light on some old NC employees who have gone on to do interesting things -
This is Arshiya joining the Global Shaper’s Delhi Chapter
This is Aditi Nayak joining the founder’s office at Open Secret and working with a NC Patron (Abhilasha Sinha)
And this is Aditi Jain studying at ISB and connect with NC members
The challenge of adopting an anti-individualist model of success is that being a team player in a single-player world is difficult.
Our modern world of work is designed to evangelize solo acts of grandeur and admonish group efforts; which makes our considerations in the previous newsletter great in theory but difficult in practice. In today’s newsletter, we would like to contextualize that.