Geese In The Sky
I love watching the Geese fly in the sky. What is interesting is that their is always 1 particular bird leading the V formation that they fly in. The other birds span out behind this leading bird on either side to fully utilize the wing strength of each bird in this particular formation to the fullest.
You will find some videos of them migrating on video sites online. Spend some time viewing these videos as you will get a much better idea about what I talk about here.
The main reason these wonderful creatures fly in such a unique formation is to minimize or nullify the wind resistance thereby boosting their flying speeds by a large percentage.
Human beings can learn a lot from the bar-headed geese. We too can achieve a lot more ground or get loads more work done if we work together as a team. Companies all over the globe use the 'Geese Principle' to help explain to their employees the value of team work.
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