The Pilot Mindset

When Ravi enrolled in flight training, he found that the skills he was learning were also changing his life outside of the cockpit. The pilot mantra "Aviate, Navigate, Communicate" is the difference between life and death. Pilots have no choice but to be successful—it is the only option.  They often make decisions without knowing if it is the right choice, but then make it the right choice. Business and career survival in any industry requires the same leadership and commitment to success. Travel vicariously through all phases of flight and discover how to leverage skills and "situational awareness" into achievement. Embracing humanity's innate attraction to the magic of flight, the pilot mindset enables one to lead in the present, build for the future, and proudly fly the company colors.

Takeaways include:

• Establishing leadership
• Creating a comprehensive plan of action
• Assessing market conditions and anticipating changes
• Working with checklists and mental flows
• Developing "situational awareness"

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In my 30 years with TACE, Ravi is by far the best speaker that we've presented.

Texas Administrators of Continuing Education

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