Young Drivers Of Canada

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So it’s my birthday today and I got thinking about my driver training I received when I turned 16.

  • Look ahead
  • Look where you want to go
  • Shoulder check and mirror check
  • Drive, according to the weather conditions
  • Anticipate problems and have room to react

Still no accidents and I can attribute this to my excellent driver training.

We can apply this same train of thought to successful businesses and how to avoid pitfalls or failure. Look ahead, anticipate problems and deal with them before they become problems.

Evaluate your business, look ahead, where do you want to go?

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Posted on February 22, 2014, in Business, inspiring, psychology, workplace safety and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Your post is particularly helpful for me since I’ve just started to learn to drive (at a mature age). And I agree with the ideas that you have put forward. 🙂

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