Seems like advice that would apply to many efforts. Not an extremely high bar to jump over. Those of us that write certainly don’t want to, suck that is. Same for bus drivers, cops, teachers and cooks. One of my flight instructors told me, “Flying is not all that difficult when everything is going as it should. The test of a real pilot is surviving when it turns to crap, don’t create problems”. So training, planning, checking and paying attention all help. We all need to apply that to what we do. But perhaps it is just a tad more critical when you’re 5000 feet over rugged terrain and need to pull over to find out what all those warning lights on the panel mean.