CEO Training

Using Accurate Thinking and a Backup Plan

There is more news today about the U.S. FAA (Federal Aviation Administration). Today the FAA suspended yet another air traffic controller. This time for watching a movie instead of paying attention to air traffic. ¬†This controller got fired as he/she should. Clearly these are embarrassing times for the FAA. This latest incident aside, the on-going […]

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Looking Beyond the Symptoms to the Problem

In the United States, one of the hot news stories is how an air traffic controller fell asleep on the job and the pilot of an inbound plane had to land without any help from the tower. The immediate response by the Federal Aviation Administration was that individual was fired. Here is my thought for […]

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Oh Crap, Code Bravo! Code Bravo!

So I’m going through security at the Seattle-Tacoma airport and I’m about 7 seconds away from collecting my things from the X-ray machine, when I hear this woman from TSA (The US Transportation Security Administration for airport security) yell Code Bravo! Code Bravo! I’m thinking okay… so what the heck is a code bravo? Well, […]

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The Margin of Safety in Your Business

¬† Today’s guest article is on the concept of “margin of safety” as it applies to your business. I’m not talking about profit margin, but “safety” margin– a concept that is used everyday amongst airplane pilots. It’s a thought provoking piece written by friend and colleague Dave Dickson a pilot and former CEO of a […]

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Mastermind Group

In his day, Andrew Carnegie was many things. He was a billionaire. He was the richest person in the world. And with the help of Napoleon Hill came to popularize something known as a Mastermind Group. Napoleon Hill was a big admirer of Andrew Carnegie and was desperate to discover how Carnegie his billionaire buddies […]

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