Canadian geese instinctively know the value of cooperation. You have undoubtedly noticed that they always fly in a V formation and one leg of the V is longer than the other. (In Case you’ve wondered, I should explain that the reason one leg of the V is longer than the other is because it has more geese in it.) These geese regularly change leadership because the lead goose, in fighting the head wind, helps create a partial vacuum for the geese on his right as well as the geese on the left. Scientists have discovered in wind tunnel tests that the flock can fly 72% further than an individual goose can fly. Man, too, can fly higher, further, and faster by cooperating with, instead of fighting against, his fellowman.
See You at The Top, Zig Ziglar, page 195