On a cold evening in February 2008, Brian D. Gale was at a wedding in Westlake, Ohio when he received the call that no expecting parent ever wants to get: His wife, Kelly, needed to go to the hospital. Something was wrong with the baby.

When Brian and Kelly arrived at the hospital, their worst fears were confirmed. Their daughter, Peyton Kimberly Gale, had died in the womb, about two months before her expected birthdate.

Brian and Kelly were devastated by their loss, but they vowed to make something positive out of it. In particular, they vowed to make every moment count with their son, Logan, who was born in 2006.

In Good Job, Airplane: Life, Loss and Business Through the Eyes of My Son, you’ll meet Logan, a precocious preschooler, mother and wife Kelly, and Brian, a businessman and father who is often reminded that the best lessons in life are the lessons you were taught as a child. They are lessons that can be applied in both your business and personal life.

From the exceptional to the everyday, the painful to the humorous, at work and at play, Good Job, Airplane! is the story of one family’s journey through life, and the lessons they’ve learned along the way.