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Old 11-13-2012, 11:08 AM   #3
Mongolmike
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Option 2 first to kinda let everyone feel like they are important, then go to option 1 when it comes down to making the decision... tho it is tough to say because women react differently in these kind of things... almost like its a popularity contest.

Of course many men have an over-inflated view of their own game too... but most men see it more of a skill thing.

I do know that many men and women DO NOT take into consideration how they fit in as a team-mate... many of the difficult team-mates see others, or other circumstances as the issue... not that THEY are the ones who are the high-maintenance ones.

For me, male, never been a captain.... skill level is first, team-mate-ability is second, other stuff is third- knowing I'll have to deal with the hard feelings for a long time.
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