(Quoted from Kieth Stevens and Impressions Magazine. Full article here.)
When a race car driver wins a race and stands at the podium to accept the coveted prize and recognition, he gets the praise, accolades and the headlines. But how many people’s shoulders do you think he is standing on – a few a dozen? Hundreds?
There is the team that sets up the suspension; the team that built the engine; the team who chose the tire durometer…The fuel mixture? How about the team who built the transmission etc. The point is that once the driver sits in the driver’s seat, there have been thousands of hours and decisions that have been made in order for the driver to even have a chance to win.
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