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How To Be Like An Eagle

How To Be Like An Eagle

How To Be Like An Eagle

How to Be Like An Eagle.

How To Be Like An Eagle

Business building can be difficult.

We don’t always have control of all the components that go into building our businesses.

Weather, politics, changes in our company and suppliers, changes in the way people advertise, changes in what customers need and want, those are all things we may not have control of but need to adapt to.

I’ve been in a few Network Marketing companies in the past. Just when it seemed I was getting some traction and was building a team and customer base, the company folded.

After having this happen about 3 times, I decided that I’d never do Network Marketing again.

I had the wrong attitude.[mlsp-cta campaign=”bizbuildermasterynet” layout=”standard” align=”left”]

I had learned valuable skills in team building and just let those go. I should have used them to re-build and become successful.

It’s a lot like eagles and their nests.

Eagles build their nests in tall trees exposed to all kinds of weather.

I’m always amazed at what kind of engineering goes into one of those nests.

They look like a big random pile of sticks but they amazingly stay put in the tree through all kinds of weather and storms.

In this video, I explain what happened when one of these nests was exposed to hurricane force winds and what the eagles did next.

I hope you will enjoy it and leave me a comment.

Pardon the quality of the video. We have very bumpy roads in Alaska.


Here are some interesting facts about American Bald Eagles.

  1. Bald Eagles were made the national symbol in 1782
  2. Bald eagles have a massive wingspread of about 7 feet (2.13 meters), according to theĀ U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Their bodies are much smaller, though, at only 34 to 43 inches (86 to 109 centimeters). Normally, bald eagles weigh 6.5 to 14 pounds (3 to 6.5 kilograms).
  3. Eagles love fish and it’s a main source of food for them. But they will eat any small prey including household pets.
  4. Eagles mate for life.
  5. Eagle’s nests can be huge, up to 9 feet across and weighing a ton or more.
  6. They mate in February and eggs hatch in May.
  7. The young eagles leave the nest in August or late July.
  8. Eagles have been known to drown trying to haul a fish from the water.
  9. Eagles may live up to 40 years.
  10. They have no sense of smell but they do have sense of taste and can tell if food is spoiled and won’t eat it.
  11. Eagles were removed from the endangered species list in the US in 2007.
  12. Several eagles soaring in a thermal updraft is called a “kettle of eagles”
  13. Despite their size, eagles weigh only about 10 to 14 pounds.
  14. Eagles have phenomenal eyesight similar to a pair of 10X binoculars.
  15. Eagles are the cause of numerous power outages in Alaska where they collide with power lines.

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  • Anita Hales

    April 26, 2016 at 12:14 pm

    Man I love eagles. When I see one it just does something to my soul. Thanks

      Anita Hales

      April 26, 2016 at 1:58 pm

      Me too. I love having an eagle’s nest in a tree about 75 feet from my house.

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