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Re: Best Statement on this list so far...

> But I am talking about somewhat different things:

That's what I was referring to.

> The facet of this conversation that you are overlooking is that
> Competency can be applied to many different tasks

Au contraire. That's the facet that I was specifically
That it's not a rarified atmosphere where only the elite tread ie
fighter pilots.
Everyone does it. You develop what you need to develop and then
you don't think about it much.
Re: panic braking, you can develop that too if you practice
Don't need to be a fighter pilot or elite person.
Just have the desire to develop a skill and devote some
consistent practice time.
You'd be surprised how your skill level improves.

> So I would not  typify what I'm talking about as "We are only
talking of simple things
> here."

In essence we are.
Pick a skill and practice. You'll get better.
You won't become a Rossi, but you'll get to the point that you
can do it without thinking much about it.

Don't ask me how I know.
I just know that I know   :-)))))

Montreal, Canada
CBR 929