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October 1, 2020
Course Correction

Most experts claim that an airplane is off-course nearly 99% of the time it is in flight.

“Drift error” is tracked every second of the flight.

Course correction methods, one called the “double track” method and another called the “opening/closing angle” method, are critical to a safe arrival.


Why don’t more people actually realize and live their dreams?

It may not be the lack of a defined dream.

And it usually isn’t because the dream is unattainable.


The truth is people who are aware of, and willing to make even a few slight course corrections are often able to alter the entire trajectory of their lives.

Settling for “drift error” in your life and career results in a “derivative” life, whatever is left after the dream is forgotten.