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By Dan Sobczak
Editor's note: This content does not constitute flight instruction. Consult a certified flight instructor in your area for proper flight instruction.
Recently Adam Torres, host of the Money Matters Top Tips Podcast, talked with us on an episode about how Flight Chain App is helping to improve aviation safety and keep general aviation growing.
Adam's podcast focuses on business owners, entrepreneurs and executives from a myriad of industries who share their top tips for success, how they got started as an entrepreneur, and insights for starting your own business.
Money Matters Podcast host Adam Torres interviews Dan Sobczak, founder of Flight Chain App.
In addition to chatting about how we're working to make it easier for pilots to learn from NTSB accident reports, we touched on some of the things along the way that inspired us to create Flight Chain App, taking it from concept to reality.
For those looking to start their own business, we also discussed a couple of thoughts around what is needed to take an idea from inception to an actual product.
It's a quick listen at 14 minutes. We hope you'll enjoy hearing a bit more about Flight Chain App's story.
Listen to the podcast here:
The Flight Chain App team
Dan Sobczak is the founder of www.FlightChainApp.com, a mobile app that helps pilots learn from accident chains by making NTSB reports more convenient and easier to digest. Dan received his private pilot certificate in 2003.
Flight Chain App and its companion blog www.AheadOfThePowerCurve.com are committed to reducing general aviation accidents, helping improve aviation safety, and growing the pilot population.
The only aviation accident app that helps you see and understand the accident chain from NTSB reports.
Flight Chain App and its blog Ahead of the Power Curve are committed to reducing general aviation accidents, helping improve aviation safety, and growing the pilot population.