At a Canada Day celebration, this beautiful GIANT flag was hanging from a crane. Celebrants were trying to catch the bottom of it for a picture. Every time they thought they’d have it, the wind would push the light fabric just out of reach. Then this guy comes walking up, and without breaking a stride, he grabs cloth with both hands. How did he do it? As a sailor, I happen to know that you need to respond to where the wind is GOING to be. How often in life are we responding to preexisting feedback, rather than being where we are meant to be next?