Part of refining your objectives
is refining how you measure them.
I always gain "sympathy weight" during my wife's pregnancies. It just happens. The best tool I've found to help me shed those extra pounds is a free … Continue Reading ››
One of the first things a young aviator learns is how to construct a Time-Distance-Heading (TDH) Card. Before the days of the GPS, a TDH card got you to our destination by leading you there one waypoint at a time.
Now that you've broken your dream … Continue Reading ››
Orville and Wilbur Wright
didn't invent the first airplane by accident. They had passion and a vision, but they also had a plan. They accomplished their huge dream by breaking it down into five achievable missions:
- Figure out how things fly.
- Devise a … Continue Reading ››
you imagined the finish line. You envisioned what wild success would look like. You took a sip of future victory.
Now it’s time to get brutally honest with yourself. No engineer would ever build a bridge … Continue Reading ››
There's nothing more relentless than time.
No matter how much we strive and strain we can't squeeze that 25th hour into our day or that 8th day into our week. We can't stop time to avoid an accident or think up a really good comeback. We … Continue Reading ››