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Why Do People Drive Trucks?

Do You Like To Drive?

I like to drive. I'll jump in the car and go for a day trip. A few years ago, I took a one week RV trip covering almost 2000 miles. It was fun.

Why do people drive professionally? 

I have been observing drivers at work for over 35 years, here are my hypotheses:

  1. They would rather be alone in their trucks, than depend on others.
  2. They don’t want the office politics or a meaningless relationship with a co-worker.
  3. They like the daily adventure of driving. Every day is different. Every mile is different.
  4. They want control of their day to do want they want, when they want to.
  5. They just want to do their driving job well.

What do you think?

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PDCA has saved millions of dollars providing process improvement, primarily, to the commercial transportation, trucking and logistics industry. From basic to expanded engineering services, PDCA has formulated and implemented strategic and tactical plans in Fortune 100, Internet startup and entrepreneurial companies, among others. As a result productivity, profit, capacity, quality and the customer experience improves, while costs drop.

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Testimonials

"I met Pete in 2008, when I needed a trainer to present a series of 1½ day workshops to introduce the logistics operation of a Fortune 500 company to the softer side of logistics – soft skills such as building relationships with clients, coworkers, and the public at large (when out there in a company-branded vehicle and uniform). Pete is an entertaining and passionate trainer. During those same workshops, Pete made grown men cry. Not because he was ornery but because he connected them emotionally to their true purpose of working for the organization.

I continue to work with Pete as a content developer as he has both outstanding analytical skills and a high emotional IQ. Pete can develop a plan to make an organization efficient and then translate that into programs that touch people in ways that motivate them to make those efficiencies possible."

Joan Melgaard
~Director, EthnoPraxis, Inc
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