The job market has everyone down. It seems like every day you turn on the news, and the jobless data keeps getting worse and worse. When you think that it can’t get any better, remember that you have the power to change your destiny. It may sound like a late-night infomercial, but it’s true. Here are some tips on how to make the best of a bad economy.

I beg to differ. Many, certainly might get their CDL license and then jump behind the wheel of the big truck but they will never turn into a professional truck driver. Because they will be on the road embarrassed they will maybe not have the capacity to turn it in-to a fruitful career.

You can’t do big business until you’ve done the small talk. Talk about their outside interests and hobbies, their holidays and travel, their views on general financial matters and current events, their home and surroundings. Be careful about talking about their family and connections until you have start building rapport. You often find that within five minutes you have something in common on which to build an interesting and useful conversation.

I fooled ’em. Instead of letting them draft me for two years, I enlisted in the U. S. Army for four. Let me see. How did that go again? I was only going to have to serve four years doing it my way instead of two…wait a minute!

I went to a local accountant who had found financing for my brother to do a photo book about the local agricultural community, and asked him if he knew of anybody who might be willing to finance our machine.

The choice for the open road ought to be self reliant and responsible. He must be disciplined and dependable. Drivers need to be in time to get and deliver their loads. How else will goods show up on shelves once they are supposed to?

The first few weeks will be the hardest. But a habit can be formed in only 21 days, so if you start today, by Halloween you will be feeling better, looking better, thinking more clearly, and having more fun than you have in a long time.