|Posted on July 17, 2014 at 8:15 PM|
I read this in my AVP “Transformer” Newsletter (Winter 2012) and found it interesting. Geese fly in a V because as each bird flaps its wings it creates uplift for the bird behind it. As a flock, they increase their flying range by 71%. When the lead goose gets tired it drops back, and another takes its place. They honk to encourage the lead goose to keep up its speed.
Who can you uplift today by working together? Who can you honk for? Do you need to step back and ask for help? There is much we can learn from our feathered friends. Have a wonderful day!