The coach's role is to help us learn to become leaders and to make courses for the team to become better at leading. A mentor's role is to guide the students and help them become the best leaders they can. A student's role is to guide other students and help them learn and build the robot successfully.
In our FRC team many people set the foundation like our founding students, our coach, and our mentors. Mostly, the students provide feedback by telling other students, or mentors, or even our coach about problems that should be faced and how we need to fix them. Anyone can provide friction by complaining or being upfront about a problem.
The satisfiers could be food, fun, or even just hanging out with friends. The motivators are the things like scholarships and even just just having a complete robot that can beat other teams in the tasks it was designed to do.
I think that we have a good amount of hunger, but we just have a good amount. Nothing too extraordinary we just want to win. I feel like we are just trying to be mediocre, I mean like we try but I feel like we don't go as hard as we can to win.
I will try to help anyone who needs it and will do my best to help other sub-teams. I think, that if we all pitch in to other sub-teams we will be able to build a fantastic robot.
I learned about how everything is interdependent on each other for learning and for leading. I also learned that we need to become more excited in order to become the best we can be and we have to shoot for the moon.