You Go Where Your Eyes Focus

For those who have descended a mountain on a road bike, you have most likely experienced thrill or fear.  A cyclist who has a feel for their bike can sweep in and out of tight corners at a high rate of speed while remaining in control.  For those who find their fear rising as the bike accelerates, a hairpin corner appear as daunting as dropping over a waterfall in a barrel.  One of the tips that accomplished cyclists, race car drivers, and downhill ski racers talk about is their constant search to see as far down the track as possible.  Their bodies have more time to adjust to the route in the distance that their eyes have scouted.  One cannot react quick enough to what is directly in front of them unless the speed is sufficiently slow.

If you want your enterprise to be able to carry its momentum you may need to start looking further ahead.

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