Life Lessons from Motorcycles - Seventy-Five Tips for Clearing Your Vision

Learning to use your vision to control your direction is the first lesson new motorcycle riders are taught. The same principles apply to life and for the same reason: you’re drawn to where you’re looking.
Unless you know where you’re going, how can you expect to get there? Drawn from the symbolism of riding, these tips show you how to do it. More

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About Liz Jansen

Niagara native Liz Jansen was born into a German Mennonite culture, the granddaughter of Russian refugees. Since she began riding a motorcycle at age sixteen, she’s logged hundreds of thousands of miles of mostly solo riding across Canada and the United States. While Liz enjoys the rugged beauty of Ontario’s northern wilderness, she has a particular fondness for the open expanses of the Canadian prairies and Midwestern plains.

Liz is a member of the Writers’ Union of Canada, the Non-Fiction Authors Association, the Alliance of Independent Authors, and the Independent Book Publishers Association. Crash Landing is her third book. She lives in Ontario with her cat, Measha, and Trudy, her Triumph Tiger motorcycle.

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