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Trust the process

Updated: May 24

When you are learning to bake a cake, you trust the process from the cookbook.


When you're learning to be a tennis player, you trust the process from your coach.


When you are learning to drive a car, you have to trust the process. And by the way - there's a lot to process. Where to look? What do the signs tell you? Is there a car next to me? What's the speed limit? What's my current speed? I could go on and on.


Learning how to drive is not an easy skill to learn. Every time you go on the road, there could be something new that hasn't happened the last time you were on the road. Parents need to have patience. You can't scream and holler and your new driver. 


Trust the process. Where you look is where you go. Your hands will follow your eyes. It's a natural reaction. If you look down on the ground at the curb or the white or yellow lines, guess where you're going to drive?


Driving is all about vision. Keep your eyes up, looking ahead and scanning.

Driving instructor with teen student driver in car in parking lot

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