Mentoring Milli-moment (shorter than a full Moment)

For everyone who will be traveling this summer season, for work or for play, I have an important message. You probably do what most people do and take pre-trip safety for granted. Especially on airplanes, we are doing our own things and focused on our families, getting our iToys plugged in and ready for the trip, and so on, and, if you are on a business trip, you are managing a beverage and pretending to do work – to justify the trip and to show off in case a colleague or contractor sees you.

Thus, in the spirit of Safety and Wellness, please allow me to translate at least part of the message we either block out or ignore on flights:

MM - 20130523(Source: New Yorker Magazine)

The same general technique applies to automobiles, too. Folks will be checking, so please comply to ensure safe travels.

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Steve is an active mentor and leader. He has been involved in leadership and mentoring roles for many years. He writes on leadership topics and has a very active following.

He has been a trusted advisor to Leadership Voices and provided tremendous insights and advise as was forming late in 2012.

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  • I am usually busy trying to find my Dramamine in my laptop bag during this part of the flight!

  • Steve Petronio

    Dramamine and seats belts are both important to safe travel!

  • Dan DeVries

    I once saw a comedian do the airline seatbelt spiel by beginning with, “For those of you who haven’t been in a car since 1965, here’s how to fasten…”