Our team had the privilege to visit NASA Kennedy Space Center and tour behind the scenes of Mission Control. We got to know Lane Arbuthnot who was a key engineer on the Apollo 11 mission that put a man on the moon for the very first time. It was a fascinating day. Terry wrote a great post on lessons learned on dreams, teams and more. Worth the read….
In all of history, only 12 people have walked on the moon. A lifetime of study and preparation, many years of training and practice, teamwork, and the perfect performance of gazillions of rocket components and wires had to synchronize exactly to make those outer-space steps possible. It was inspiring and challenging to hear about the missions and visit the Kennedy Space Center with my team. Many of the principles that enabled those amazing accomplishments are also relevant to the big goals we attempt today.
Which of the following can you apply to your next challenge?
DREAM THE DREAM
No one had ever put a man on the moon before, but dreamers believed it could be done. They envisioned it, and then they figured out how to make it happen. Today, we must do the same – look ahead, see the future, consider the possibilities. Lane Arbuthnot, an engineer for the Apollo 11…
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