Working together for a mutual goal keeps families, teams, couples, groups, organizations, communities and societies united and successful.

Too often people become competitive in an attempt to solve relational problems. Winning Together is about identifying the elements, techniques, and tools which shift the problem solving and team building process from relational competition to cooperation and collaboration based on a mutually accepted vision.

The main culprit impeding groups and societies working together in achieving their vision and goals is relational competition among each other and or with other groups.

Relational competition includes attitudes, beliefs, language, feelings and body sensations that lead to attacking, avoiding, or defending from others. Cooperative relationships are based on attitudes, beliefs, feelings, language and body sensations that lead to honesty, transparency, mutuality and contact.

While competition can play an important role in achieving excellence and it selling products, it destroys relationships within families and groups and is counter-productive to Winning Together.