Anyone can splash around and follow a recipe.
Good cooks have the presence of mind to keep mentally ahead, to anticipate and stay calm, and to react quickly and smoothly when things go awry.
If you and your team can move through the chaotic moments with this kind of mastery, you’ll get much more than good immediate results.
You’ll give your people the chance to know what it feels like to remain fluid and present in the heat of the moment, to do great feats and stick the landing all without breaking a sweat.
That builds a confidence for the next round that’s like lightning in a bottle.