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The Power and Folly of Sorry

As I stood waiting in line to register at a hotel, I had time to think about the often uttered but seldom meant "I'm sorry." Contrary to Elton John's assertion…
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Repeat Performances: A Rant

Sometimes a school transportation director or manager who has been to one or more of my presentations pays me the ultimate compliment: "You've made a difference for kids." What more…
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School Bus Garage Photos

I've been taking photos in our school bus garage since 2005 and didn't want them to go to waste so here is a short video with random pics. There's everything…
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You: The Safest Driver For Your Route

There is a comment that was made when I started driving bus and it is said to every new bus during our training process. The comment is, "The safest person…
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Preparing Students for the World Beyond

We frequently urge school transportation professionals to see themselves as an integral part of the education process. At the same time, I often become aware of drivers' reluctance to comment…
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What is Your Mission?

What we say and how we say it can affect our customers and our employees. Last week, Peggy (Burns) shared some good thoughts about slogans and mottos. This week I'd…
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