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Geese showing us a few simple lessons on how to live our lives.

Geese showing us a few simple lessons on how to live our lives.

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    • GEESE TEACHING LIFE LESSONS
    • COLLABORATION
      • Question
      • Why do geese fly in a ‘V’ formation?
      • Answer
      • Flying together increases the reach of the flight by 71% compared to only one bird flying.
    • LESSON LEARNED
      • COLLABORATE – work with others in order to achieve something
      • Sharing a goal with a group is easier than trying to go it alone
      • Team effort provides strength
    • ORGANIZATION
      • Question
      • What happens when a goose starts drifting in another direction away from the flock?
      • Answer
      • It feels air resistance and will have difficulty flying
      • Reminds goose to get back into formation so it can take advantage of the power from the other geese in front
    • LESSON LEARNED
      • ORGANIZE – coordinate or arrange something into a structured group
      • Creates harmony
      • Task not as difficult
      • Easier to reach goals
    • SHARING
      • Question
      • When the lead goose gets tired, what happens to the flock?
      • Answer
      • Lead goose goes to the end of the formation and lets another one take over as lead
      • Work and problems are shared
      • Abilities, resources and capacities are united
    • LESSON LEARNED
      • SHARE – to have something in common, to take responsibility together
      • Creates an effective team
      • Respect for others
      • Workload not so heavy
    • ENCOURAGEMENT
      • Question
      • Why do geese squawk when flying in formation?
      • Answer
      • To give encouragement
      • Provide assistance to those in front so they will be able to maintain their speed.
    • LESSON LEARNED
      • ENCOURAGE – to give hope, confidence, urge to do something
      • Greater progress is made
      • Actions and words motivate and promote the best outcome
    • UNITY
      • Question
      • What happens if a goose becomes ill, is hurt or tired?
      • Answer
      • The goose leaves the formation
      • Other geese go along to help and protect, remaining until the goose dies or is able to fly again
      • Then they rejoin their flock or find another formation.
    • LESSON LEARNED
      • UNITE - t o combine or bring together
      • Provides support during any situation
      • Helps overcome stress
      • Adds value to friendships
    • WHEN LIFE IS SIMPLE, THE FLIGHT OF THE YEARS IS MORE PLEASANT. PEOPLE ARE SUPPOSED TO BE SMART, YET OUR LIVES ARE FILLED WITH COMPLICATIONS AND CHAOS. SO WHY IS IT THAT GEESE ARE SO SMART?