My friend got me a sky dive voucher to go sky diving recently for my birthday. I always mention how I would like to do it, but now that I have a voucher, I am started to feel some apprehensions about the idea of doing this. I have never been afraid of heights, but I have never jumped out of a plane either. I guess it is natural for a human to have reservations about jumping out of a plane. Gravity is pretty persuasive, or it has been, throughout my life. I have no reason to doubt its power to smash me into the ground.
But I guess it is the sort of thing where you need to focus on the safety of the situation, and not think about what could go wrong. Of course, if it is your first time, they don't even let you go down alone. I am pretty sure that you have to go in tandem with an instructor. So that is a bit different. I think that I will have to force myself to do this, since I have the voucher.
I think that it would be rude for me to just waste it, and I do know that I would have a good time. I might just need to take a benzo before I make the trip to go to take the airplane ride. I imagine a lot of people have done that before jumping out of a plane for the first time. I know that some people do it in order to get in a plane in the first place. But I have always loved flying, it is a fun experience. I like the part when you start accelerating for takeoff the most, to just feel the power of the jet engines in the plane. Analyze A Whole Lot More
I have always known that the key to my company has been my employees. I would not be where I am today without their hard work and dedication, so I do not take them for granted at all. I am extremely fair to them in both my personal relationships with the ones I encounter as well as the many benefits they get to enjoy simply because they chose to work at my corporation. One of the first things I learned when I first started at a company after graduating from university was the value of employee surveys. Analyze A Whole Lot More
The owner of the company I worked for at the time is the reason I place so much value on each individual employee. His company was only about a dozen employees at any given time, but he still made sure we all had a voice. Fast forward to today, and my company is much larger than his. I wanted to customize the surveys that I wanted me own employees to take, and I also wanted it to be completely managed by an unbiased party. I had my assistant look for a company that does this, and she found one that had everything I wanted and a lot of things I didn't even consider.
I liked that there were a number of different reports associated with the surveys. This was important because I am of the firm belief that while 1+1 does equal 2, it does not have to always take the same path to get to that 2. Seeing the different reports allows me to see the same issues from different angles, and that has helped me revamp a lot of things which has only made my company better. The employees I have are extremely loyal because they know that I am going to take care of them, and I am very open to their suggestions when they feel something can be done better.