Motivation

We all need a dose of inspiration in our lives from time to time so here we have gathered all of our posts relating to motivation.

It’s not luck if you had a plan - You may be trying something new or just starting and get a great result. Was it luck? No, not if you had a plan and stuck to the plan. Don’t discount the work you put in prior. Sure, you might not achieve the same result twice. This is where being able to change your method … Continue reading It’s not luck if you had a plan
Having fun while controlling - Just a reminder that you can have fun while controlling. A little brevity, as seen here, can go a long way when it’s not busy.
Growth - If everything was perfect, you would never learn and you would never grow. – Beyonce Knowles
Take the opportunity -   Beginning your IFATC recruiting journey is sometimes confusing and you can make bad decisions. In this post, I will try to suggest to you the best way you can achieve this incredible milestone of being in the IFATC team as fast and as efficient as possible. To start with, I’m sure you’ve heard this … Continue reading Take the opportunity
Don’t be afraid to go further - CrazyBee, an Infinite Flight community member, has reached a massive milestone, 10,000,000 XP. We wanted to highlight his the story so here it is.
Calm your storm - “You can’t calm the storm, so stop trying. What you can do is calm yourself. The storm will pass.” - Timber Hawkeye
Set your team’s goal - "The pessimist complains about the wind. The optimist expects it to change. The leader adjusts the sails.” - John Maxwell
Why I write - Founder, Kyle Boas, explains why he began writing on the IFATC Education Group blog.
Sticking with your strategy - When controlling radar, when forming a line you need to take in consideration that it will be so much easier to conduct things long term if you’re organized.
Be smart, start slow - Start off slow, fly to small low traffic airports, fly pattern work at a controlled field. That’s the same thing the trained and tested controllers do, so if you jump right into the deep end the minute you join the server you’ll flounder. Read the ATC Manual, contact the controller when you are given a … Continue reading Be smart, start slow