Podcast Episode 307: The Potential Dangers of Success

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In The Loop with Andy Andrews, hosted by David Loy

In this episode, we discuss Andy’s work with football teams


Wisdom is a deep understanding of principle.

  • You can always gain deeper understanding in a continuing process.
  • Until you know why a principle works, you can’t use it to its fullest potential.


Andy will work with just about any coach.

  • Some are more receptive than others.
  • There is always an end to his work with a team.


Most people stop learning after experiencing success.

  • They think their success will last forever.  


Tune in to hear Andy’s “locker room speech”.


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  • h lynn keith

    RE: USAF Thunderbirds Diamond crash

    I was in Undergraduate Pilot Training, flying the T-38, when the Thunderbirds piled into the Nevada desert in January 1982. All T-38s were grounded while the Accident Investigation Board searched for the cause. We sat for a week. No flying.

    The T-38 used hydraulic actuators and artificial feel in the control stick. The AIB concluded that the artificial feel failed in lead’s aircraft. All plane crews worked ’round the clock to check the control sticks in the T-38 fleet for proper functioning. Sunday evening I got the cascade call to report Monday morning to the flight line, and we were flying again.

    The Thunderbirds never flew the T-38 again. They transitioned to the F-16.

    It may sound sick, but it was a matter of pride in the Air Force that the wingmen followed lead into the ground in formation. Formation discipline to the last.