Ossie Khan is doing amazing things. Not only does he jump out of planes on a regular basis, he helps many people face and overcome their fears to do the same thing. His 27 plus years of experience and lessons have led him to a successful career as a sky-diver, teacher, speaker and encourager, and led him to say, “Skydiving at its core is about reading situations, making decisions and being accountable for your actions.”
When he declared that he had done over 10,000 jumps and never once broken a bone, I was interested. He explains that the reason why is because he is always focussed on and committed to the preparation and process required to get everything done properly, even if it takes longer than he would like. Ossie says that when you follow the process, hitting the drop-zone safely and successfully is a predictable outcome.
The drop-zone is a metaphor for any or all of the things you want to successfully experience and achieve in your life. In this discussion, Ossie and I talk about the power of process, accountability and moving through fear if hitting the drop-zone in any area is a goal. This is a wonderfully inspiring conversation that I encourage you to listen to.
Ossie can be found via his website.