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Tribal

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Birds of a feather flock together. Misery loves company. There are many cliches about how we group our activities and take care of our individual need in concert with efforts of a collective set of others. For exploring identity and establishing a great way to attract others, a group of 7 people creates a benchmark for a possible ideal number to bring together for those beginnings. To keep the tight-knit approach, yet to sprawl the groups initiative to a greater sample, 15-20 tends to be a good number in membership to bring in some needed volume to create confidence and real results on what the group is providing to each other. Growing beyond 30 people in numbers means that the group is running proficiently and has a narrow focus that a mass of people can plug into the groups function and easily capture benefit for themselves. Addressing hundreds of people means that the message has gone viral and great marketing efforts are in place to blow the endeavor out to literally make it a more the merrier situation. It is all about power in numbers. There is the aspect of quality versus quantity. The term critical mass comes to mind when analysts describe the reach of proper balance between what is offered and the number of people engaging in the offering. When critical mass is reached, it becomes a decision of the group of whether or not to go ahead and offer more to its members or to keep the described benefits in status quo. The idea of tribal is to move as a unit. When one member of the tribe brings in a new angle or added dynamic for themselves relative to what the group is doing, it becomes wise for the group to determine whether to adopt that aspect or to simply remain in support to that individual on what that have taken on. Functioning in a tribal sense is all about loyalty. As the individual members head out to carry out the mission and objectives of the group, the individual always has the groups interest at hand.
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