A Symphony of Your Life blog with Mark Hardcastle
Captain’s Log: December 23, 2019. This is my new friend, Jerry. I had the honor and privilege of carrying him from Chicago to Denver tonight to visit his grandchildren in Aurora, Colorado. The last time he was on an airplane was 50 years ago, redeploying from Vietnam.
“How fast did we go?” “.8 Mach.” “How fast is 1 whole Mach?” “It’s the speed of sound.” “Man! That’s just weird.” “Thanks for coming with me Jerry! Have a great Christmas with your grandkids!”
Yup, meaningful work. Connecting Jerry with his grandkids for Christmas. And everyone else with their moments that matter most. Every. Single. Day.
Thanks for reading!
Mark graduated from the USAF Academy in 1982. After nine years as a pilot on active duty, he left the military to join a commercial airline. In addition to flying B-737s around the country, Hardcastle spends time in the Rocky Mountains and serves on the artistic staff of the Colorado Children’s Chorale. He lives in Centennial, Colorado, with his wife and four children. Need some help figuring out why you’re on this planet? Want to talk about discovering your mission and purpose? Contact Mark today at 720.840.8361 to schedule a free personal consultation. He can also deliver an inspirational keynote or workshop for your organization! email: firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
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