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Driving highlights

I drove 3 shifts in the past 3 days. One of them starts early at 5 am, the other two are graveyard shifts starting at 1 am. Each lasts 11 hours. During my shifts I picked up two young, professional … Continue reading

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Drivin’ cab

Today, I drove 381 — a van! I picked up an 80+ year old woman with an unrecognizable Slavic sort of accent. She was born in China but her family was originally from Russia. Any country I name, she’s been … Continue reading

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Paper vs. Reality

A sad but strong reminder that significant disconnects exist between seemingly excellent performance of business units on paper when compared to the real world results. Link

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