Last week Leila and I went with our friend  Carol to see the Paradise Valley Community College (PVCC) production of Stephen Sondheim’s musical Into the  Woods which intertwines different fairy tale stories and has some moral lessons to make.

I happen to really enjoy this show because of the clever weaving together of the stories.  Carol and I both have seen it before.  Leila had not seen it but was familiar with the songs from the CD I have played in my car.  She loved it.

What really struck me was the teamwork involved with putting on any kind of a show.  Everybody has to be working in concert with each other or it won’t work.  We’re talking about the actors, the director, the stage manager, prop people, costume folks, lighting and audio people, and the musical director and orchestra or band.  Wow!  It’s awesome when it all works.  They practice and test and rehearse and test a lot before the performances.  Also, if the performance needs to be tweaked, they then work together to do it better.  Oh, and then there’s the audience – there’s no real show without the audience!

Anyway, I do a lot of things solo, but also a lot in concert with others.  There’s my job – we all take phone calls, but the team works together to help each other and do activities as a team.

My network marketing team works together – there’s no way to really make it big without teamwork.  I love our team training calls – I don’t feel alone and I learn so much as well as contribute myself.

I’m looking forward to more shows next year with my Phoenix Theatre season tickets, concerts that my boyfriend Bob plays in, any other shows or concerts that I want to attend, and my own network marketing team.

And it’s all fun – has to be, I’m a blue personality!

Wishing you teamwork in your life,

Wendy Weber

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