My group seems to be on a bit of a roller coaster. Not only in terms of results, but also in terms of confidence. This is usually based on the amount of cash we have to spend. And after this weeks rollover, makes me question myself as to whether we ever learn from our mistakes. Our mindset when we have a good week is that, if we invest more than we have, we should be able to get a large return on this and be able to become competitive with the teams in our division that seem to have skyrocketed. On the other hand, when we have a bad week, we are very hesitant to spend any money in fear of losing what little we have. This is generally what happens every second week, even though our reports show that the weeks when we spend less money, are the weeks when we have more overall success. I believe we are becoming too confident sometimes, and that is really destroying any long term strategy we may have had. So for me, coming to agreements with other team members has been a point of difficulty this week.
To get around this, I think we need to start to really stand up for what we believe in instead of just going along with things for the sake of positive group relations. We all have a similar level of knowledge with mikes bikes and have had the same amount of experience too. To aid this, I think we should have a group discussion, where we can openly share our thoughts on our spending habits, and make a solid and clear plan for our last few rollovers. Doing this may help to minimise any tension within the group and also provide a clear road to the finish line. By making this plan a reality, I strongly believe that we will be able to stop this roller coaster ride and have a stable ride to the end.