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What's really going on is that the aerodynamic lift forces that act on a smooth sphere can fluctuate and cause the zigzagging.
In The Zigzag Principle, Rich Christiansen, the brains behind numerous start-ups in the US, applies this foundational law of nature to business management, entrepreneurship, goal-setting and life in general as he explores why zigzagging toward intended outcomes is more effective than trying to bulldoze your way through whatever stands between you and your objectives.
Instead, he has experienced a zigzagging journey to becoming a writing teacher and author, from which he has learned to value the less-direct path that many learners take as they edge forward in their accomplishments.