What lessons of trust can we learn from pilots and aerobatic teams? How do they communicate and rely on their machines and team mates in life and death?
This is the story of Capt. M.V. Namjoshi, one of India’s ace, instructor pilots and an eye-account witness of the air crash that claimed his life in 1953.
Leaders can let you fail and yet not let you be a failure.
It was almost as if the universe had conspired in my favor and assuaged my fear of not speaking German by saying: “It’s okay, sweetheart. Here, have some music, instead. It will warm the cockles of your soul.”