The Go/No-Go Decision

Instead of one big decision, it's actually a series of smaller ones. And as with all choices, there are consequences we have to understand and accept.

Over the years, I’ve cancelled several planned flights, answering the go/no-go question in the negative. Many other flights got rescheduled and were completed—either earlier or later than the original plan—while only a handful were attempted but never completed, at least not in keeping with the original plan. Weather has been the most frequent reason for […]
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