Stories to Build Teamwork – CLICK TO COMMENT

By Sharon Roubin If you are part of a dance and you are in the back, but your friend is in the front, you’ll most likely try to move up. But, then, everyone will get confused with their spots and the dance becomes a mess. So, now you don’t get the spotlight and neither does your friend. If you and your friend are trying to make a fruit basket for sick children, the designer gets the credit. But, she couldn’t have made it without someone buying those ripe, fresh looking fruits and someone picking that right basket to match the fruits. Maybe the designer knows how to do these things, but, thanks for all those people involved, they made the idea happen.

This story was published in the Bar Mitzvah Magazine


  1. Arlene Natkin says:

    I learned from this that even if your friend is ahead of you, you should always be happy for them

  2. Esther Shemia says:

    these stories are great examples for stealing the spotlight, and i think that sometimes its better not to have the spotlight because you might do the wrong thing and get embaressed. and also if someone always gets the spotlight people might think of them as a favorite and not want to be friends with them.

  3. orlyarkalji says:

    Even though your friends are in the front you should allways know not to be perfect in life.just rember this no one Is perfect in life.everyone been in this postion.

  4. cely & joyce says:

    So we learned that u dont have to fight for the spot light is not cooll so get a spot light its wierd because u end up not getting any thing u and ir friend

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