February 2009 Archives

In a column in Newsweek’s My Turn, Captain Chesley B. Sullenberger, the pilot that successfully landed his disabled plane in the Hudson river with all 155 passengers and crew escaping safely, he describes his own fallback position.  

“We never gave up. Having a plan enabled us to keep our hope alive. Perhaps in a similar fashion, people who are in their own personal crises—a pink slip, a foreclosure—can be reminded that no matter how dire the circumstance, or how little time you have to deal with it, further action is always possible. There's always a way out of even the tightest spot. You can survive.”

Stay focused.  Have a plan.  Remember your family.  Good advice.

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