493 - Lessons Learned from NASA


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In this episode, I share some lessons learned from visiting the Kennedy Space Center down in Florida.

  1. NASA Engineers and astronauts recognize that they will never see the fruits of their labor
  2. They know that the goals along the way matter just as much as the end goal
  3. They know that their may never be a true "end"
  4. They get value and fulfillment from the practice of showing up and taking one tiny step forward
  5. They see the larger picture in their work and focus on inching it slightly closer
  6. They know that the future doesn't happen if they don't lay the groundwork

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