Riding is my passion. It has always been my dream to be a professional rider. By God’s grace, I have been very fortunate that I am living my dream. Recently I bought a sports bike. At most times, I used to ride alone. That was until I met my first riding group “ROAR” – Riders Of Assorted Rides. Since then I have been to many places with this bunch of enthusiastic riders. I did find it a bit awkward riding with them initially – however, after few rides I realised that riders project the best team spirit. Most of the times, we ride with unknown riders. However, the bonding, trust, and openness they demonstrate is something we don’t often find in a lot of corporate teams, even though they may have been working together for years.
Here are some learning’s, which I feel can be inculcated in such teams:
Us riders also understand that discipline in riding is something we riders can’t afford to ignore. A small act of indiscipline has the potential to create serious problems for fellow riders. We never compromise with our riding rules. Similarly, successful companies are always known to drive discipline. Because our work impacts others, discipline in our work culture must always be given priority.
Riding has made me a better Team Player and Passion for riding has made me better human being.
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