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Running the FlyNava Run

May 22, 2016

Today as we start our journey at FlyNava, I cannot help but visualize similar expedition that started from my couch to run 42.2k (and counting). This is a similar start, have already left the comfortable couch (read job) and started running towards far away finish line  and my monkey mind is posing familiar questions – Are you really ready? Will you be able to finish? Will you enjoy the run? Do you have right support system in place? And so on … However, my experience of training and finishing marathon gives me a good framework to answer some of these questions and feel confident about running the FlyNava run, let’s have a look at some of these:

Choose your run – Be clear from day 1 that you are in it for long term – Seth Godin is spot-on:

It’s going to be the long run a lot longer than the short run will last. Act accordingly.

@FlyNava we are committed to build products that promises to change the paradigms of aviation industry. We are clear this cannot happen overnight and we all are ready for the ultra-run.

Group it right – You can train and run alone, however there is no replacement for a group of experienced (to tell you the right approach that works) and amateur runners (to challenge what works and help you push boundaries).

@FlyNava we have consciously created a team that consists of intellect of industry experts and energy of fresh graduates to challenge our creativity and constantly remind us about our infinite capability.

Have fun –  You cannot run till you are having fun and enjoying the process of running.

Solving tough problems, working with cutting edge technology, chasing tight deadlines; @FlyNava we are doing all this along with play station, movies, parties, gym, snacks and coffee to ensure our journey is full of fun and memorable moments!

Not a quick fix – Creating anything sustainable requires a plan, patience, practice, dedication, discipline and last but not the least, right infrastructure. It is never a quick fix solution!

@FlyNava we have set up best of infrastructure, chosen top notch technology tools and have created a common plan to run towards. Now, team is ready to follow the regime and confidently chase the finish line.

Finally, as George Sheehan beautifully explains – Why do we run? Once started there is virtually no stopping to ensure future is at least as good as past:

I run so I do not lose the me I was yesterday and the me I might become tomorrow.

We @FlyNava we have all the ingredients in place for running a strong marathon! Stay tuned on our blog for the live updates of our exciting journey!

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