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Gearlj
Where Ever I Want to Be
Military and Airline Professional, Internet Marketing, Retirement Income
Interests: fishing, sports, family, internet marketing, college football, motor home travel, military aviation, airline aviation
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The ups and downs of the aviation industry make it difficult to get started, difficult to survive the hard times, and difficult to make the final landing a Happy Occasion. Happy Landings - Your Dream My Team Store. Continue reading
Posted Nov 6, 2010 at Earl's Crews News
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Australia, Africa, Brazil, Hawaii. Three months each.
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Before you navigate through a storm front you have to know where you are now, and where you want to go. But most importantly,you have to know where the hazardous weather is. Navigating through an airline career is much the same. We train constantly to be prepared for any event on the flight deck, events that may last only a few seconds, possibly a minute or two But how well prepared are you for handling your career and the rest of your life after your flying days are done? The rest of your life, hopefully will last a lot longer. Are you ready. Whether you're just starting a career, in the middle stages of your career, or preparing for your retirement flight, start planning now to be where you want to be when you make that last landing. Continue reading
Posted Aug 3, 2010 at Earl's Crews News
To the continents that I have yet to go, despite being in the Airline Industry and Military Aviation for almost three decades. The two continents I have yet to visit are Australia, and Africa. I would spend at least six weeks in each and the remainder revisiting all of the places I've been to before, from Bangkok to Tel Aviv.
What Will Your Aviation Career Be Like? If you're like me, even knowing the rough ride ahead wouldn't deter you from flying. After all of the training, the check rides, the tests, the interviews, simulators, and rejection letters, you're determined to fly. You've been told about furloughs. You've been told about Mergers and Strikes. You know about all the turmoil of the past with bankruptcies and shutdowns. So what! You can handle it, and I know you can. But how well does your family fare during long layoffs. Can you put off College Tuition until you're back flying? What about those escalating mortgage payments, or medical and dental bills. Maybe the kids need braces, or other special needs. What's you're survival plan? Like I said, if you're like me, you're going to do it anyway. But that doesn't mean you can't be prepared for a rough flight. You don't have to give up you're dream career. You can be financially independent of you full time job by learning from the experience of others who have been down that glide path before. I'm not trying to throw cold water on your dream career. On the contrary I want to help prepare you for whatever turbulence lies ahead. You've been trained to be prepared for any emergency in your airplane. It makes sense to be prepared for financial and career emergencies as well. If you're just starting your career, a seasoned veteran, or getting ready to retire, you never know when that last landing will be. But whenever your last landing comes down, be financially prepared and make it a "Happy Landing" . Continue reading
Posted Jul 30, 2010 at Earl's Crews News
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