Differences in approach always exist and it is important that we have time to discuss them and that we try to respect them during preparations and the training itself. The tempo of preparations can be a source of frustration for less experienced team members. The flexible training concept, where the team prepares in the evening for the next day, requires speed because of the scarcity of time and energy. It is very important that the team members do not get exhausted by evening meetings and have enough energy and enthusiasm for the next day’s workshops. It may be difficult to adapt the tempo to the slowest team member, but it is important that everyone is involved. The balance between the two is what usually determines the speed.