When you can’t change the direction of the wind adjust the sails?
Jackson Brown said, “When you can’t change the direction of the wind, adjust the sails.” My work with clients is to develop ways to do this. I offer a safe refuge where individuals are encouraged to identify and connect with their inner self of themselves, those whom they care for, and their environment.
What is it called when you sail against the wind?
The term for this is “tacking.” Tacking is when a yacht or a sailboat sail against the wind. Counterintuitively, this means that compared to having a weak wind behind you, it is always better to have the strong wind in the direction opposite your craft.
What does sails stand for?
|SAILS||Standardized Assessment of Information Literacy Skills|
|SAILS||Supplemental Adaptive Intra-Volume Low-Level Scan (weather radar software)|
|SAILS||Standard Army Intermediate Level Supply (Sub)system|
|SAILS||Stock Appreciation Income-Linked Securities|
How do you change the direction of a sailboat?
As a verb, to tack is to change direction by turning the bow of the boat through the wind. As a noun, your tack is the course you are on relative to the wind. For example, if the wind is blowing over the port side, you are on a port tack.