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Saturday, June 17, 2017

Seth’s Blog: Blame Charles Mochet

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– Seth Godin
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The standards of your industry and our culture were set a long time ago. So long ago that we often forget why… we forget and then we fail to change them. In 1934, the rules of bike racing were changed to ban recumbent bicycles. And that rule has stood for more than 80 years, because Charles Mochet made the mistake of giving his faster, safer bike to a cyclist who wasn’t respected. To preserve the status of existing riders who had paid their dues, the governing bodies banned the bike forever. .  show all text
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