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What learning to fly taught me about life and online marketing

Published on 5/1/2018
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One might never equate flying an airplane with important life skills. Well, continue reading and I will show you what I learned from flying small planes. (I learned in the Cessner 150.)


Lesson Number One:

After taking off and leveling the plane, the instructor had me pick a spot on the windshield and line it up with a point on the horizon. The goal was to maintain level flight with that spot glued to the point on the horizon.


Isn't that what we do when we set a goal in our lives or in our business?  Our strategy then is to live or manage our business so that we do not lose sight of our goal.


Lesson Number Two:

The next thing the instructor asked me to do was to visually scan the instrument panel continuously looking for any abnormal reading of any instrument or any warning light. After several rounds of practice, I found that I could easily detect any abnormality because it would stand out.


The same thing occurs in our lives or businesses. Abnormalities simply stand out because they don't fit with the goals or standards of performance we have set for ourselves.


Lesson Number Three:

After reaching my flying altitude, the instructor had me level off and trim the plane. (Adjust rudder and ailerons to maintain altitude and speed at the desired level.)


Do we not do the same when we use analytics to make adjustments or corrections to gain maximum performance.


There are of course many other areas and experiences that teach life skills. May we take the time to observe them.


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