Unfortunately, while reading a note that someone just sent me, I discovered a dear friend of mine has passed away at the early age of 47. His name was Todd Smith. Todd was from Ashford, Alabama. What a wonderful guy he was, besides a great Dad to four children and a good husband who married … Read More
We have all heard of the 80/20 Rule. This rule is one of the most helpful of all concepts of time and life management. Some people call it the “Pareto Principle,” after its founder, an Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto who first wrote about this way back in 1895 (an no, I wasn’t there).
A great title for this article. This original title was chosen for a book written by the late Erma Bombeck, “If Life Is a Bowl of Cherries, What Am I Doing in the Pits?” What a real down-to-earth lady she was. All of us at some time or another feel like we’re in the pits. … Read More
Last week, I was in New Orleans speaking at the NADA Convention. NADA is the National Automobile Dealers Association. While there, I was asked, “DJ, how do you start your day?” Wonderful question!
Attitude is the way you view your life, your experiences in the towing business and your experiences outside the towing business. Attitude is how you deal with your opportunities, your problems and choices and then your responses to the results.
There are certain towers who seem to maintain their joyful state and their love for life – no matter what. You and I probably could agree that some of the towers are definitely “highly happy” towers. It turns out that joyful people tend to have a few habits that help them get the most from life and keep them looking on the brighter side of things.
By D.J. Harrington One of the most famous American gangsters of all times was Al Capone. He was known for many things. Not only was he a notorious killer, but he was known and feared for other reasons, as well. His nickname was “Scarface.” He became known as the leader of the Chicago mafia during … Read More