A lot of recent advice I’ve heard is that when you reach the end of the project, you’ve got to push hard. Probably harder than you’ve ever pushed before.
To be a success, you’ve got to give it your all. Push the pedal to the metal and floor it.
But could this line of thinking be wrong? Could it be it’s time to let off of the gas?
I got to thinking about this after a recent snowmobile accident I had. It was also my first time on a sled.
My friend was showing me the ropes. We were blazing through the snowmobile trails in the woods near his home.
Midway through the trip, we decided to head back for a quick repair on his snowmobile. Right before we arrived at his house, he made a beeline for a snowbank.