Team unity is vital to a team’s success. That unity is difficult to maintain because of a little word called “agreement”. The best teams don’t have to agree to be all-in on a direction. This isn’t a blind followship. It’s a humility that acknowledges that my opinions are not always an accurate depiction of reality. When I am humble enough to accept that others may be the source of the best idea, I can trust that my idea is considered even if it’s not chosen. This humble trust of others helps me enthusiastically execute an idea as if it were my own, even when it’s the opposite of what I prefer.