Online game Player Unknown Battle Ground (PUBG) designed by Brendan Greene, has gained a lot of popularity. It can seem that people in several age group has been playing and also working professional during their free time. The player can choose to enter the match either solo, duo or, squad. The learning part comes when you have a squad to play i.e four people and commit to playing as a team to win the game.

Team Work Makes the Dream Work

PUBG is a very simple game where the last team survivor wins however some of your players may not survive till the end. Similarly, as we all deal in our professional life either we are working with a team or leading one. Working towards our goal & targets has been our daily routine however achieving great heights has always been possible when you have a dream team.

PUBG can be the most frustrating game and for one simple reason: it takes time to form a perfect squad and your squad to play as a team. You must understand your team weakness & strength, guide them on how to utilize their ability when it is needed. It may happen a lot of times in the game that because of one player all the squad loses at the beginning of the game.

Likewise in our professional life, a perfect PUBG team requires an Armour, Navigation, Sniper expert, and most importantly a leader who can make his team work together to win the game.

When you have a team whom you can rely on, no matter what the situation comes they make the dream work come true. It does take time in every field to find the perfect fit in your team and its only possible when you understand everyone’s strengths, weaknesses and guide them accordingly.

Published by Allen Mutum

Always a work in progress. I come up with 10 years of experience in the field of Sales, Business Development, and Marketing, helping companies of all sizes to secure the most value out of their Software Investment.

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