How to stay motivated on a long term project

On the live webcast with Ryan last week, someone asked "How do you stay motivated?" You can't have a million dollar dream with a minimum wage work ethic. Stephen C. Hogan It's an important question that I fumbled a little on camera. Turns out you can’t edit your thoughts when speaking in a live broadcast.... Continue Reading →

Evadot Podcast #115 – Alissa from Viking

Guest: Alissa Daniel Viking Aircraft Engines is a family run grassroots company based in Florida. Alissa talks with us about being a community, a little about what Viking is doing, and her new project: learning to fly. How dedicated is Alissa to Viking? Fur in Florida dedicated. Evadot Podcast #115 - Alissa from Viking Host: Michael... Continue Reading →

“Kids these days…”

Don’t you just love it when someone starts a conversation with this? “Kids these days need to keep their heads outside! Watch for traffic. They're too busy looking at screens and following the magenta line.” You’ve heard some variation of this. Maybe you’re the one saying it. Age is a poor qualifier for most things.... Continue Reading →

Friday fun: acing your written

I've had a blast following Sara Nilser go from not knowing much about flying to well on her way to getting her wings. She did a great write up this week on how she got a 98% on her written test by going all in on her studies. I'm currently studying for both my Instrument... Continue Reading →

What does it cost to own an airplane?

I have several friends who put their whole lives in spreadsheets. It makes me a little bit jealous because I generally don’t have the discipline for this. I think in generalities, not minute details. Plus it’s just not my style. I’ve been building my airplane for the second year now, and I get two questions... Continue Reading →

Flying an airplane is as simple as riding a bike…

"Flying an airplane is as simple as riding a bike… Only you’re riding that bike on a springboard over the Grand Canyon while juggling six balls with a random seventh, eighth or ninth thrown in, doing your federal tax returns, taking dictation from an auctioneer, speaking a foreign language, interpreting several hieroglyphic maps, operating at... Continue Reading →

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