KlausNW wrote:Don't post a picture that breaks your witness protection policy. If it comes out who you really are.....
KlausNW wrote:I'm working for a 96 year old pilot at this time who trained pilots in World War II. Later he flew to Alaska and started an Air taxi that lasted over 50 years. Layton is in a retirement home with his wife now after flying +50,000 hours in piston engine aircraft of every make and model with very few IFR hours. I study everything he is and how he goes about each flight. His character is obviously the right one to a long successful Aviation life.
He's told me many things that has kept me in one piece but, just his attitude toward everything he does is what works best. Loud overwhelming conviction towards every task, even if you make a bad decision stick with the desired outcome to the end (don't hurt yourself and others). Don't give in to second guessing and timidness. He owns a number of bent props but he didn't hurt his passengers. Layton has three sons of which have over 30,000 hours each. The middle son is still flying contracts in a Super Cub. He has +40,000 hours of piston Alaska time.
Can you amplify the statement: Loud overwhelming conviction towards every task, even if you make a bad decision stick with the desired outcome to the end (don't hurt yourself and others).
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