Bangladeshi young generation should practice more team work and grouping

I think the young generation in Bangladesh likes to feel self centralized and self-sufficient .its a very good sign. But if you observe in a bigger scenario you should have the mind and capacity of building teamwork. That is we Bangladeshi should more polite and co-operative inside us. We like to help other people than ours it's so funny, isn't it? We have to understand us, make bonding with us, and have a cooperative attitude within us. Always keep in mind we are Bangladeshi we are superior.

If you found some Bangladeshi having trouble just go and solve their problem. We found our country after a long sacrifice always keep it in mind by the way I was talking about the teamwork. I found it's lacking within Bangladeshi young generation. Mostly they have very little teamwork and a proper friend circle and most interestingly they always think about how I myself can get rid of a worse situation, not with the team. It's so sad. We have to give us this attitude.

Always think about other members. If you want to start a business with friends go and do it perfectly and I am assuring you will get success in business. A simple example in Bangladesh is"Pathao". "Pathao" was a combination of three friends' hard work and they succeed.  So always believe in teamwork and work and cooperate with each other like it's your own. Always be helpful with your friends and co-worker. Just forget about all jealousy. And lastly, always keep in mind we are the finest nation and we have the best proof of teamwork in the 19971 war. 

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