Published on February 19, 2014
Life Principles Eagle & Geese Lead Like an Eagle, Work Like a Geese for Success!!!
What are these 14 principles that makes the eagle and geese so special. We can all learn from these principles of the eagles and geese in a simple and easy to understand way :
Principle # 1 : The Eagle Flies At High Altitude And It does Alone.
The eagles flies in altitude only one kind of bird can fly-the eagle. Never with other birds and never in flocks. What is the lesson here?
If you ever want to do something great in life, learn to be alone, and when you are with people, share your time with people of same ambition and desires.
Principle # 2 : The Eagle Has Strong And Unbelievable Vision.
This vision is so sharp to the extent that it can capture objects 5 kilometers from the air. No matter the obstacle, the eagle focus on its prey and does not back out until the prey is captured.
Many obstacle will appear to distract you in life. Stay focused and never allow dissenting views and voices to deter you from your vital goals in life.
Principle # 3 : The Eagle Eats Fresh Prey.
Vultures can feed on dead animals but not the eagle. The eagle is so choosy and special that it feeds on fresh prey only. What is the important of this principle to you?
Stale information will never do you good. Update yourself regularly with fresh information from reliable sources. Research your subject areas and use it for maximum benefit.
Principle # 4 : The Eagle Gets Excited In The Midst Of Storm.
Other animals can run from adversity but not the eagle. The eagle loves gathering cloud. In fact, it thrive best in the midst of storm and winds.
Use life's storm to be better, wiser, greater, wealthier and healthier. Challenges should be your stepping stone to your success and not to your destruction
Learn to rest and soar during the time of storm in your life.
Principle # 5 : The Eagle Tests Before Trusting.
'trust but verify'. The female eagle will have vigorous testing before allowing the male to mate with her. This could be applied especially when we want to enter one kind of agreement or partnership with others.
Test the commitment of people before you trust them with your time and resources.
Principle # 6 : The Eagles Prepares For Training.
The male and female eagles takes the baby eagle to a mountain top at high altitude to prepare it for the challenge of flying at great heights. When the baby eagle is released, the free fall at first is frightening but the mother eagle come to the rescue and the process is repeated again until the baby eagle can fly alone.
The better you are at managing your battles in life, the wiser and more responsible you become.
Principle # 7 : When The Eagle Feels Weak, And About To Die, He Retires To A Place Far Away In The Dark.
The eagle does this to shed old wind and grow new ones. Stress and fatigue is part of life. There is need to learn how to retire to a quite place for periodic retreat and strategic thinking with planning.
The freshness gained from such practice improves productivity and quality of life. Take time to refresh. It is an indispensable tool for success and longevity.
Principle # 8 : The 'V' Formation Adds The Whole Flock Extra Flying Range.
As each goose flaps its wings it creates an UPLIFT for the birds that follow. By flying in a 'V' formation the whole flock adds 71 % extra to the flying range.
People who share a sense of community can help each other get where they are going more easily because they are travelling on the trust of one another.
Principle # 9 : Quickly Moves Back When It Falls Out Of Formation.
When a goose falls out of formation, it suddenly feels the drag and resistance of flying alone. It quickly moves back to take advantage of the lifting power of the birds in front.
If we have as much sense as geese, we stay in formation with those headed where we want to go. We are willing to accept their help and give our help to others because we are travelling on the trust of one another.
Principle # 10 : Have The Sense Of Sharing.
When the lead goose tires, it drops back into the formation and another goose flies to the point position.
It pays to take turns doing the hard tasks. We should respect and protect each other's unique arrangement of skills, capabilities, talents and resources.
Principle # 11 : Encourage Those Up Front To Keep Up With Their Speed.
The geese flying in formation honk to encourage those up front to keep up with their speed. We need to make sure our honking is encouraging.
In teams where there is encouragement, production (result) is much greater. Individual empowerment results from quality honking.
Principle # 12 : Empathy and Understanding.
When a goose gets sick, two geese drop out of formation and follow it down to help and protect it. If we have as much sense as geese, we will stand by each other in difficult times as well as we are strong.
Principle # 13 : The Eagle Learn About Rejuvenation
Geese fly South for the winter in the Northern Hemisphere. It is a reminder to take a break from the cold of winter and take a vacation to some place warm & sunny to rejuvenate ourselves.
Principle # 14 : The Eagle Learn To Survive In Group
The larger flocks of geese usually inhabit areas where geese eating for humans is more popular or in demand, and where there are smaller flocks of geese flying, there is usually smaller demand for geese, to be used for human food.
Larger flocks of humans together may not always be as effective as smaller flocks who are able to maneuver much more quickly in life and business without being eaten up by the competition.
The next time you see geese flying above, take a moment to remind yourself just how smart they are, and what we can learn from them. Work as a team, work together in unity, share the hard jobs when it comes to leading, and honk from behind to encourage others.
Individual talent, as impressive as it may be, will only be multiplied when that person joins forces with others. Use these principles over and over again. It will not only lift your mood
but help you to develop commitment to peak performance within yourself and within your teams. Thank You Very Much Sompong Yusoontorn
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