Category Archives for "Fall-Back Plan"

So What’s the Catch?

A lot of work, knowledge and experience went into creating the 8 books making up the Internet Marketing FAST box set. So why am I giving it away? There must be a catch...

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Well, there's two. Sort of...

First up, most people pay for it. The eight books are published on Amazon individually, and that's where most people who want to create an online business buy them from.

You can only get them for free by invitation.

Like this one.

And the other catch, if you could call it one, is that I understand that most people can't build something new just by reading about it in books. They need to be shown, they need to practise what they've been shown and they need personal help and mentoring.

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Self-Driving Cars: They Just Won’t Go Away

You Can't Handle the Truth

You Can't Handle the Truth

Following the articles I've written recently about self-driving cars and the effect that it's going to have on us as Uber drivers, effectively making us redundant, a (small) number of Rideshare Guy subscribers have unsubscribed.

That's OK. It's human nature to bury our heads in the sand and try to ignore things we don't like. And clearly we don't like someone telling us that a source of income that we might be relying on is about to disappear.

But the fact is, folk, they are not about to go away.

To find out how you can get into Internet Marketing with my help, click on the Get It Here FREE button over to the right.

It's Official: Driverless Buses

Driverless Bus in NSW with LIDAR

Australian transport officials have travelled to Sweden to look at getting driverless buses brought to our shores.

The city of Barkaby is one of the first in the world to allow the autonomous buses to run in regular traffic.

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Are You Ready for Redundancy?

Do You Have a Fall-Back Plan?

Fallback Plan for Uber Drivers

As I mentioned in a previous post, I'm no longer driving for Uber.

This came about by accident or, perhaps more accurately, by force of circumstance. But it turned out to be a good thing.

It happened when I had a (very) expensive repair bill - $9,000 to source and replace the high pressure fuel pump, which lives inside the fuel tank and so is labour-intensive to replace. Along with all the ancillary components that support it.

Unfortunately, it happened while I was transporting Uber riders to the airport. I managed to flag down another Uber driver, who got my passengers to their destination and I then spent the rest of the day organising roadside assistance and a tow truck to get the vehicle to a specialist dealer for the repair.

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