When you have a job to get done, you need the right tool. Hammers and screwdrivers work great for doing the job they were designed for, but sometimes you need something a little more complex. You need a tool that has the right attachment for the job, one that cooperates with that tool to get the job done.
Like a drill. Without the right drill bit to do the work, it’s just a noisy paperweight. Or a ratchet. Without the right socket, well, I guess you’ve got a shiny little … hammer maybe? It’s just not useful unless you have both parts working together.
There are even some tools that don’t need another piece. They need another person, like those lumberjack crosscut saws. The saw won’t work at all unless two people are working together. That’s cooperation—working together to do more than you could do alone.
When you think about it, cooperation is huge. When you cooperate, you can build more. You learn more. You can do more.
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