In a jet standard procedure for the pilot flying is to move his hand from the throttles to the control wheel at decision speed on takeoff. This reinforces the concept that if there is a problem before reaching V1 decision speed the pilot will yank the levers back to abort, but after reaching V1 he will continue the takeoff and fly. I have adapted this technique to my piston twin flying, except decision speed comes when the landing gear is up and locked. If an engine fails before that point, my procedure will be to pull both throttles back and land straight ahead. After the wheels are up, a Baron will continue under most circumstances, but the drag of the gear doors opening and closing, which takes only about four seconds, could kill the climb.