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  • Playing on a team with great morale is one of the very best experiences life has to offer. And playing on a team racked with dissension is one of the worst.

    There are a lot of ways to build team morale but the methods are not as important as the desire. If your team consists of a group of players who don’t care about playing on a real team, a lot of methods will fail. On the other hand if a group of players really wants to work together for a common goal, usually it can be accomplished.

    You have to work at building team morale. And it never stops, though once you get things going positively, it gets a lot easier. Once things start going downhill, it gets harder. Most important, be active. Don’t leave team morale up to the coach, or the team captain, or the star, or oldest or toughest or meanest player. It is up to you. Bond before you battle.

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