Yes! yes! yes! We all know the Helen Keller quote "Alone we can do so little; Together we can do so much" and then of course we have Mother Theresa chipping in "I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot; together we can do great things." But is this not all just soppy mush! 'Fraid not!
The scientists had to get in on the act and: Well it seems, according to them, working in groups increases total productivity, involves 'complex' sharing and transfer of resources, skills, temperaments and experiences, tempers individual biases, and produces social benefits outside of the purpose of the group.
Not only that! Group members can tolerate twice as much pain as those who work alone because working as a group boosts the rush of endorphins, a feel-good chemical that is released in the brain and helps dampen down feelings of pain. Disappointments are not felt as severely when experienced in a group and exhilaration of sharing group success exceeds the enjoyment of succeeding alone. So there!
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How ? If your blog is relevant to a Group, then that group can attach your blog to their group by adding the rss of your blog to the group's configuration. Any future posts on your blog should show up on the group page and be recorded in activity streams. Related Tweets can also be imported in group activity streams.
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This site should increase traffic to your blog and provide you with a platform to organize and to get attention for those interests or concerns that are common to your blog and to the IsOurPlace group.
The only way to do great things is to love what you do.
Focus in on what YOU really care about.
Keep looking until you find it. Don’t settle.
Usually it will be something more important than you are.
Here you can look for and meet with like-minded people and do great things together.
No soldier, or politician for that matter, got women the vote, ended segregation, took children off the shop floors and out of the mines and got you the 40-hour week. If you want to thank anyone for your rights and freedoms, thank an activist.
If you want to change anything in your local area become an activist.
Join with others in your area to achieve what you want.
Whether it is improve the physical environment and social conditions of the area or to help to acquire and to improve local green spaces, schools and sports facilities or just to start a group or help with local activities and fun days for the community.
Here you can look for and meet with like-minded people and you can do great things together.