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Mental Performance Training

Mental Performance Training

Building Confidence In Aviation- Tammy Barlette's Revolutionary Course As a retired Air Force fighter pilot, there's a common misconception that my journey in aviation was paved with natural talent and innate abilities. However, the reality is quite different. I faced...

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Unspoken Challenges Of Pro Pilot Life

Unspoken Challenges Of Pro Pilot Life

The Challenges of Pilot Careers As many of you have followed my flight training journey and surge into a career as a pilot, the life and perspective you've seen is filled with beautiful and fun destinations, breathtaking views from state-of-the-art cockpits, and sneak...

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Resisting unhealthy snacks on the go!

FBO's are notorious for having unhealthy snacks within easy reach! Cookies, candy, doughnuts...! 🍩 We all need to resist these as much as we can. You've got this! Here are some tips to help you resist the temptation: 1️⃣ Remember your goals: Think about why you want...

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How To Stay Healthy When You Travel For Work

There were some unexpected challenges I faced when I started flying for work. Yes, there are a lot of pros with the life of a pilot but there are some cons as well. Anyone who travels often for work knows what the trials are when you're on the road (or in the air!)....

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What will you regret?

A misfortune, disappointment, development, or an event can be the genesis for self-evaluation. One might say that’s a benefit of painful, or challenging, circumstances.  "Hardships often prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary destiny."-  C.S. Lewis "Sometimes...

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Saying “Yes” is also saying “No.”

Saying “Yes” is also saying “No.”

Saying “Yes” is also saying “No.” Someone once told me, “When you say “yes” to something, you say “no” to something else.” So true. In an upcoming podcast episode of Cockpits & Cocktails, we discuss how important it is to learn to say no to commitments that may...

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Juggling It All: How Do We Do That Exactly??

There are many aspects to our lives. There are many individuals we love and who we are responsible for. How do we move through our lives, loving others, and staying true to ourselves. Is it possible to juggle it all? [caption id="attachment_3101" align="alignnone"...

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Final Flight, Final Fight

Erin Miller's book "Final Flight, Final Fight" is a chronological account of the author's journey to enshrine the memory and history of the WASP in stone — both literally and metaphorically — in a legally binding manner. The fight begins when Erin's grandmother's...

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Curtiss-Wright Aeronautical Engineering Cadettes

The story of the Curtiss Wright Cadettes is a riveting, yet unacclaimed piece of World War II history. In Flying Into Yesterday: My Search for the Curtiss-Wright Aeronautical Engineering Cadettes, the author seeks to rectify that omission by recounting the lives of...

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The Ninety-Nines in Sweetwater

WASP stands for the Women Airforce Service Pilots — this was a group of women who flew in varying capacities during World War II. The Ninety-Nines is an international organization of women pilots originally formed during the early 1900s. Appropriately, the group was...

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My New Life As A Corporate Pilot!

So, what is a corporate pilot?  Google definition:  Corporate pilots (sometimes colloquially referred to as "private pilots") are pilots who fly for a living but who do not work for a large airline. In some cases, they work for corporations that have purchased private...

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