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In June of 2017, I retired a 17 year career, ending in Healthcare Management. That same month, I enrolled as an Uber and Lyft driver to both, fill in the free time, and to fund recreational activities. In July of 2018, I enrolled in Taft Law School.
We already know that Law School is a tremendous challenge alone. If done correctly, driving induces plenty of stress as well. Finally, customer service requires some painful character development to be successful. Imagine doing all three. Well, I can tell you.
Since driving with Uber/Lyft, the most common and/or entertaining questions I field are (Disclaimer: Grammar used here, is how I received the question, not my own words):
1. So overall, how do you like driving for [Uber/Lyft]?
2. So, where ya' coming way out here, from? (followed by some grocery list of strangely specific guesses)
3. I hear they pay you guys like [$$] per hour. Is that true?
4. I know someone who does this and hates driving nights, because of drinkers. Do people get sick in your car a lot?
5. What's the worst or craziest passenger or type of passenger(s) you've ever had?
6. Have you ever considered doing stand-up or radio?
7. If we weren't in the car, what kinds of music would you be listening to? (usually asked, while asking if I have an "aux" cord)
8. Totally asking for a buddy of mine, but Is it true that it's easy to get laid, doing this?
9. This is gonna sound terrible coming from me, but give me your worst answer. Do you ever have issues with people smelling in your car, & which group [of people] is the worst?
10. Does it bother you if passengers sit in the front seat?
I'll begin by sharing on social media platforms that i own. If this is successful, I might expand a website as well, or also, consider television and/or radio advertisements.