Team Chemistry Is Not Invisible.
Tom Worville

So, you assume similarity (or having things in common) is always a good thing.

What about the ones who want to enjoy learning new things in a new environment?

Also the ones who have benefits in common tend to have conflict.

What about examples of brothers who become partners in a business and end up with being enemies?

Team cohesion comes from willingness to enjoy differences, I think.

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