What we can learn from Captain Sully's "Miracle on the Hudson"
Those of us working long hours in the lab may at the end of the day ask the following questions: Where did the time go? Why didn’t I get more done?
“Trust me.” What sort of image do those words conjure up? Do you picture a parent teaching a child to ride a bike? A used car salesman talking with a customer? Or does your mind perhaps turn to the workplace, thinking of the promise for a future salary increase?