A particular way of considering something or looking at something.
A companion in our everyday life even if we don´t think about.
A possible reason for a good or a bad day.
A chance to see something in a positive way.
A direction that possibly leads us into something new.
Think of these days everyone knows about.
Days that already started off bad and you just can´t turn them around.
Days on which you wait for something to happen but it just doesn´t.
Days on which you work on something but the result is just not that.
I´d say it´s time to change perspective.
When we´re out shooting, searching for a nice location or trying to find the perfect spot to place the rider on an already selected trail section, it´s all about how you look at it.
Changing perspective can change everything.
It can make a spot a great one even if it wasn´t good enough a few moments before.
It can open up some options you didn´t think about.
It can make a great spot even better or show a totally new one.
It can help you find something you couldn´t see or didn´t even search for.
I truly love to use my big passion for riding bikes as a springboard and as a comparison to life.
It´s something that I know how to work and feel comfortable with.
Something that I learned how to deal with in different situations.
Something that helps me to understand how life works and how I can handle it.
Something that helps me to find my way.
Isn´t that just exactly what we need in life?
What we need to turn around the bad into the good?
What we need to find satisfaction and happiness?
Thank you mountainbiking for not just taking me awesome places, but also changing my perspective for life.
Thank you for giving me a lesson in how to change perspective in certain situations.
Thank you for showing me all these similarities that I can convert into my personal life and use in a positive way.
You guys remember me saying that mountainbiking is not just sports to me but lifestyle?
It´s even more.
It´s an ART OF LIVING.
This is me, Hannes, doing what I promised, opening up about myself and telling some thoughts from deep inside.
All pics in this article by Christoph Breiner.