As we approach the Anniversary of the Battle of Vimy, many have seen our presentations. Some have asked that we publish it for all to enjoy. https://tinyurl.com/VimyFlightTalk
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Entries by Dale Erhart
This video articulates the magic I have enjoyed in flying. Especially with friends in our heavenly skies over Vancouver Island. Enjoy what we get to see on a regular basis.
I recently presented a persuasive talk to our local Toastmasters group. It resonated with many. Perhaps you could use a bigger wheelbarrow? Click to open A Bigger Wheelbarrow
Have you ever been made aware that your priorities don’t match your actions? I have and it hurts. I always felt that I was good at controlling my destiny and that my energy matched my motives and my objectives. Where did I stumble? And who let me know? I was becoming focused on career to […]
I enjoyed a coffee with a fellow speaker and we were discussing the importance of bringing value to not just the audience but also the people that are supporting you. I am speaking of the good folks that work to get you on stage and ensure you can perform at your peak. The first point […]
We all do it. We may set the goal and have clarity and understanding. We emotionally absorb that our goal has purpose and we are excited and motivated to get started. Yet…. It takes time and we let other priorities slide light gauze mesh over our target and that starts to obscure our […]
So we appreciate that there is value in having a higher overarching goal that is in line with your shorter term goals. But let me ask you; how do we polish that telescope lens? When you pick out that ‘dare to dream’ audacious incredible goal, you need to do 3 things to bring it into […]
Have you found yourself engaging in a scattered approach and find difficulty in maintaining; or even establishing a clearly focused goal? Like a poorly polished telescope lens, the light is refracted and it is awkward to see a distant goal. So we set closer more practical goals. Yet, is that what we want? Is it […]
I had a great conversation with a fellow ‘motivator’ on how to best set goals. So often, we take a scattered approach and have difficulty maintaining or even establishing a clearly focused goal. It seems to me that the best way to have focus is to understand the “Why”. Why do you want this goal? […]