Pay It Forward Golf (PIFG)

Pay It Forward Golf (PIFG) 1

If you are scanning this, you have surely been on a course and noticed a squawking sound in the distance approaching nearer and closer. Your maintenance personnel probably deems the geese their most severe enemies. Enough Soon, you research and it’s a flock of geese flying in a v-formation.

Have you ever pondered why geese take a flight in a v-formation? As the geese fly from the Canadian shoreline, they lift faraway from water in squawking discourse. Yet, in a matter of seconds, a line starts to emerge from the mass of brown feathers. This relative line straightens, arches slightly, and then, as on cue, bends sharply to form a perfect V shape. Canadian geese fly in V formation for an extremely pragmatic reason: a flock of geese flying in formation can move faster and maintain flight longer than any one goose flying alone.

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Synergy is a regulation of nature. Canadian geese cover 71% more floor than what every individual bird can cover independently. The geese are pushing one another and helping one another along the real way. Likewise, people who share a common direction and sense of community can get where they go quicker and easier because they are traveling on the thrust of one another. In the northeast and the southeast even, golf specialists spend a majority of their off periods planning the arriving season.

Looking at the calendar and considering all of the events planned and the daily play expected, it is a intimidating task fit limited to a united team to cover and accomplish. Geese work as a team by drafting each other with their wings up-washing and downwashing, thus creating a more substantial amount of collective speed and momentum.

Whenever a goose falls out of development, it suddenly seems the move and resistance of looking to go it alone and quickly gets back into formation to consider advantage of the lifting power of the birds immediately in front. If we have as much sense as a goose, we will stay in development with those who find themselves heading in the same path once we are.

From time to time, it is inevitable that there will be a staff member that starts to stray from the pack. Most of the time, all it requires is a team meeting or just tugging the employee apart, respecting and reframing his situation and reeling him into the squad back again. When the lead goose gets tired, he rotates in the wing and another goose flies point back again.