How to Be Successful as an Aircraft Mechanic

  • by Marc Summers
  • Narrated by Marc Summers
  • 3 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In How to Be Successful as an Aircraft Mechanic, you'll learn:


The wrong mindsets that are causing you to fail as an aircraft mechanic, and why you need to get rid of them ASAP
The one thing that will be inevitable in your career as an aircraft mechanic
Why your fear of failing is holding you back, keeping you from succeeding, and how to overcome it
How and why to prepare for the worst and hope for the best in your career
Why respecting yourself and others will take you far and help you get to where you want to be in your career
Why the right attitude will help you prevent and overcome obstacles, challenges, and problems
What you need to get rid of immediately if you plan on having a long career as an aircraft mechanic
How to work smarter instead of harder
The obstacles, challenges, and problems you're going to face in your path to becoming an expert
The personal beliefs, mindsets, habits, and behaviors that make a difference in your performance, make you feel better, and help you focus on your job
Why your ability to plan saves you a ton of effort, energy, and time
Why honesty will save your job, life, and the lives of others
Why it's much better to work slower instead of faster, how it will save your job, and how it will keep you out of trouble
How to focus like a laser on every job and improve your concentration
Why you should never deviate from work instructions or perform undocumented maintenance
How to correctly handle conflict, stress, pressure, and hard times so you don't give up, quit, and/or lose your job
Who to ask questions to so you can learn more, learn faster, and become better at what you do
Why and how attention to detail will save your job, keep you out of trouble, and save the lives of others
How to improve the quality of your work and ensure it doesn't get rejected by inspectors
How to communicate clearly, properly, and effectively with your superiors and co-workers

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

disappointed

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

18 yr old guys needing a lesson in work ethic


What could Marc Summers have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

How about some nuts and bolts hints and stories about working on airplanes ??


You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

good voice delivery


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- A . Irborne

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-30-2016
  • Publisher: Marc Summers of AircraftMechanicTips.com