When things go wrong, priorities shift quickly from competition to safety.
Some people are natural motivators. Here are a few lessons learned from a recent regatta experience.
Driving home from regattas is sometimes faster than flying.
No matter what else happens this week, I’m going sailing. On a global level it seems a bit frivolous, with everything else that’s going on. But I can’t fix the world, so instead I will join my friends in another celebration of our shared passion
Part two of the Deer in the Headlights saga.
The less exciting a regatta road trip is, the better.
Bonus days of sailing are even more special during the off-season.
How can so many people—most people—be content to make the same mistakes over and over again, rather than striving to be better?
In addition to a “normal” family tree, I’ve got an extra—a family that revolves around shared passion and experience, rather than shared DNA.