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My favorite thing to do when a student asks “How should I do it?” is to sit back and let them show me a new way I’d never considered.


Their way is not always the best way, but it always provides a roadmap of how their brain is operating and how I can connect with them on a deeper level.


field and a 3-foot hover. Complete the landing checks prior to descending below the obstacles.”


• Say to Student B, “See that field over there? Visualize a normal landing and then put us there.”


Note the change in detail. For some types, the brain finds specific, concrete details confusing, and these details actually interfere with the information their brain can easily process. It’s like feeding a vegetarian a filet mignon: the intent is noble, but it’s not what the person needs or wants.


Most instructors have learned that students make the same five mistakes. Imagine now that it is possible to classify your students by personality type and know which of those mistakes they are most likely to make. It is that accurate and predictable! Armed with this information, we become a finely tuned team with a broader comfort zone, all while staying safer and reducing training incidents.


If you would like to know more about personality type and its applications please feel free to contact me at j_stdennis@yahoo.com or www.apogee-communications.com


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