Come on in, no one ever comes here”

This from a for­mer client of Lee’s: A fel­low pilot and friend Robert Gan­non just fin­ished a 10-year explo­ration of the world in his Cess­na 182, cross­ing major oceans. What he says is true: “The one thing I have observed [about fly­ing a pri­vate air­plane around the world twice over a 10 year peri­od] is that if […]

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Commonalities Among Good Operators

tough sense of humor/levity show gen­eros­i­ty con­scious of diction/vocabulary Jus­ti­fi­able self con­fi­dence and belief in self read for pro­fes­sion­al devel­op­ment Joy in their work care for oth­ers Respect for blue col­lar work and crafts­men Atten­tion to detail Integri­ty Self aware­ness of ability/capability Under­stands the place of phys­i­cal­i­ty Will­ing­ness to face facts List mak­ers Writ­ten goals Talk­ing to your­self Lack

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A tribal approach

****, you knew this was com­ing. 🙂 Anoth­er idea that just would­n’t let me sleep through the cre­ativ­i­ty of the morn­ing hours.  Between 3 and 5 am I give all cred­it for my work to unknown mus­es.  Jesus I’m lucky! In short: A course for the sons of the ultra-rich teach­ing them the mean­ing of being a

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