Conquering Terror At 30,000 FeetBy
As a golf equipment salesman, Blake Mc Henry needs to travel widely. But it hasn't been easy. When McHenry was a young man, he witnessed a gruesome collision of two military aircraft and became terrified of getting on an airplane. He decided against a honeymoon in Hawaii and drove or took a train from his Ohio home whenever his job required that he travel. McHenry estimates the crimp in his mobility cut his earning capacity by 50% a year. "The fear was crippling," he says.
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