Go fast

If you’re not trying to run as fast as possible at something ask yourself what are you doing and where are you going. Looking back at what you’ve done is kind of like looking back in slow motion, where you can experience all of it again in greater detail… 

Here’s a great example of speed, shot by a National Geographic film crew captured stunning slow motion footage of cheetahs running in excess of 60 MPH using a Phantom high speed camera filming at 1200 frames per second. The camera was mounted to a high speed track, and a rotating cast of five cats were coaxed in to sprinting alongside the camera with the help of a furry lure (making of video). Produced in collaboration with the Cincinnati Zoo, the film is a companion piece to the National Geographic article “Cheetahs on the Edge.” For more on the conservation of cheetahs and other big cats, check out the National Geographic Big Cats Initiative.

Author: Tim Yandel

I'm Tim. I live in Cole Valley, San Francisco with my wife, Julie, and two daughters Addie and Audra. I tend to write a bunch about leading Sales teams, since that's what I've been doing since 2006. I'm particularly drawn to the psychology of selling, whether that be how people buy things or sell things, it's fascinating how decision-making is centered into the core of who you are as a person. I enjoy cultivating a culture centered around mastery of your craft and a genuine passion for winning together. Outside of professional learnings, I enjoy listening to epic sci-fi and fantasy books while I run long distances to decompress and obsessed with watching my two girls grow. For a good ice breaker, ask me about my Golden Retriever and my Bernese Mountain Dog.

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