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I think I mentioned this on the podcast more than a few times but I love the way this interview turned out. Originally, I had planned on bringing someone on to really appeal to the over 50 crowd and tell us what it’s like driving rideshare as a baby boomer.
But by the end of the interview, I felt like I may have gotten more out of it than just about anyone else will. Rob was a great guest and the information he provided was invaluable on a rideshare level and for life in general.
One of the reasons why I love driving is because I am literally getting paid to meet people, talk to people and learn. There are obviously some (if not a lot) of rides that don’t go according to plan. But more often than not, I find myself really intrigued at what people do and hearing about their experiences in life. I almost take it as a challenge to learn something every time I get into a conversation with someone and I feel like Rob really hammered that point home. I loved his outlook on life and I think that there is a lot of knowledge in that brain of his that he graciously shared with all of us. I hope you enjoy this podcast as much as I did.
By the way there’s a saying by Mark Twain that my dad used to tell me:
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