Use who you are & what you’re good at in your teams
Teams are groups that are cohesive. In most of the work you’ll do in business school, in work, and in life will require the assistance and aid of others.
While I can build a financial model, there are others who can probably do it better, and then what I’m good at is talking through the items, finding bits that my financier may have missed, and discussing what an appropriate discount rate should be.
While I can write a detailed marketing strategy, I’m better at coming up with the broad strategy and leaving the details to those who are best at it.
Teams work well when they work together; almost no one works in isolation. Use your strengths and let your teammates shore up your weaknesses.
This series is all be tagged “Lessons learned” if you want to read all of them.