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There are only a few ways to be successful in todays society one is for a person to be corrupt and manipulate their way through and the other is to study teamism I the creator prefer to call it pimpism Pimpism is the concept of a person creating a team of people to assist them throughout their life Any person can use pimpism if they can bake these three ingredients The first ingredient is loyalty The second ingredient is trust The third ingredient is cooperation By combining these three ingredients a person further their success in societys game The first ingredient is loyalty There must be a development of loyalty between the person and their team First they must be willing to realize there is no I in team Then they must be willing to make a commitment to themselves the coach and each other and be willing to take head to any advice that is offered throughout the organism They must be willing to go to the extremes to make sure the others succeed They must put the team before themselves if they would like to survive as well as succeed because no one man is above the team The next ingredient is trust A person must surround themselves with people they can trust Everyone must have at least one person they can trust and count on Everyone must feel as if they can rely on the next man In each organism there is a heart and soul and if the team is to survive we much come together to make one solid core never to be divided by animosity or to be corrupted by the outside world The only thing that matters inside the heart is the team and the trustworthy operatives within the soul Every man for the other and the coach for us all The final and most important ingredient is cooperation The team must be able
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