Once again I am inspired from space – or at least by someone who has spent considerable time in space.
This time the inspiration came from U.S. astronaut Captain Scott Kelly, who spent 340 consecutive days aboard the International Space Station. He is a former military fighter pilot, test pilot, engineer, and a retired US. Navy captain.
He spoke at the Richmond Forum, which is a great venue for hearing wise advice or being inspired.
Of his year in space, Kelly said —
Have a goal and plan.
Be willing to make mistakes, and even fail.
Focus on what you can control, ignore what you can’t.
His ultimate lesson, “The sky is not the limit.”