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In skydiving, as in any other risky endeavor there exists a direct relationship between your knowledge, skill and attitude, and your chances of survival. Explore the categories below for a wide range of skydiving safety and training related articles. Never stop learning.


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The Sponsor Monster - 2015-05-21 by Annette O'Neil

The Sponsor Monster I crack the conversation at breakfast: I want to write an article about how the sponsorship model has changed since the beginning of airsports. I remark that I imagine it's going to be a long one -- a book, maybe.

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Exceeding Expectations - 2015-05-12 by James La Barrie

Exceeding Expectations The challenge for any business is to exceed the expectations of its customers, especially when expectations are already high. The businesses that can pull this off will gain loyalty and earn valuable word of mouth marketing from their satisfied customers.

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Dangers of Being a Hero - Camera Safety Advice - 2015-05-04 by Bryn De Kocks

Dangers of Being a Hero - Camera Safety Advice Norman Kent has for a long time been an advocate towards camera safety in skydiving. In his latest 16 minute video, he takes a look at some of the problems as well as the solutions to camera mounting.

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Recommended Safety Articles for Safety Month - 2015-03-06 by Dropzone.com

Recommended Safety Articles for Safety Month March is safety month, and what better time than just before the Northern Hemisphere's summer season to refresh yourself on information you may be rusty on, or just become more educated in the various safety aspects. Last year we published an article with what we felt were...

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Teaching Students To Navigate The Landing Pattern - 2015-02-26 by Corey Miller

Teaching Students To Navigate The Landing Pattern When talking to students on the radio we, as humans, can get complacent after a while or even forget the real purpose for use being there. The job of an instructor on the radio is not to just land the student safely, but to teach the student how to do it themself one day. ...

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Marketing To The Millennials - 2015-02-19 by James La Barrie

Marketing To The Millennials There’s a lot of good news about Millennials for the skydiving industry (for example, they put experiential value ahead of ‘stuff’), but there's some bad news too: many of us haven't adjusted our marketing plan to capture the Millennial market. We've only just begun to dip...

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