Today is the last day of July. Tonight is also the 9th day of Av. The end of this Hebrew month is the day my mother died and the day my oldest daughter was born. An auspicious moment.
So, yesterday, I described how we learned about trucking and logistics. That is exactly why we now know how to help our clients in these endeavors. Whether it’s a common carrier (conveys freight for other firms) or private carriage (only carries freight for their own business), we understand the factors, the hidden issues, and the need to manage “the lone wolf” (the long-distance trucker) effectively.
When we started our dialysis company, we knew we were going to battle against some of the largest companies in the world. And, we were – if we were lucky- awfully teeny. But, we knew we had the absolute best product (yes, we were shy and retiring back then, too)- and we did our homework and knew how the marketplace operated.
I’m not sure about this trip.
First of all, it may mean that my blog posts are going to appear at random times over the next few days. Because I will be traveling to places that may not have the best internet service (or, at all!)- and there is a significant time shift. But, that’s only part of the reasons why I’m not sure about this trip.