Tammy Barlette

Mindset Matters


In this engaging workshop, not only will you discover the critical importance of resetting after errors, but you'll also learn practical strategies on how to reset effectively. Delve into the profound impact of your thoughts on flying performance and gain valuable insights to elevate your aviation experience.


Tuesday, July 23rd

Pilot Proficiency at EAA AirVenture 2024


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The Workshop


Interactive Discussion

One of the most powerful predictors of success is Mindset.  As pilots, we know this.  But how do you teach these things?  See how mental performance training works.


Activity Lab

If elite athletes need coaching then pilots probably need it too.  Flying is a game that doesn't stop.  You've to finish that flight.  And you want to land on your terms.  That's a win.

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Flight Simulation

What if you have a failure?  What do you do with that?  We'll apply the mindset of "mistake recovery" at the sim.  You can't pullover on a cloud, but the Redbird has a pause button. 

Tammy Barlette, retired US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel and fighter pilot, brings over 20 years of aviation experience to her role as CEO of Crosscheck Mental Performance Training. She has flown the A-10 Warthog, T-37 Tweet, T-38 Talon, MQ-1 Predator and MQ-9 Reaper, accumulating over 3000 total flying hours. She is also a graduate of the prestigious US Air Force Weapons School. With expertise flying multiple aircraft, over a decade instructing in US Air Force pilot training and over six years studying mental performance training, Tammy brings a unique and powerful perspective to general aviation.

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