Okay, how do you go beyond the scores? I mean, like I’ve said before, this is a crash course. I gave you the bare basics and probably a little more.
But how do you get better? How do you go to the next level? Now, this is going to be a shameless plug, another one: Get my other courses.
I worked really, really hard on them. Get “The Elite Driver 101.” It has everything. You’ll save a lot of money. But if you can’t get that or an addition to that, this is some of the best things.
Go to RideShareGuy.com. Really great resource. Harry’s a great guy. He cares about drivers. Lots of information there. Read everything you can find.
Go to Facebook. This is probably the most important thing, and I’ll say it again in my other courses. This is the most important thing you can do.
Go to Facebook, Google your area. So let’s say you live in New York: New York Uber Drivers, New York Lyft Drivers, New York Rideshare. Look at all the different groups that you can find.
Join them and learn from them. Look at the questions, ask questions. First just go back months and months and months of history. Read all the comments, read the questions, read the trolling, read the snarkiness.
But you’re going to get a lot of gems out of that. And that’s going to be one of the most important things you can do because those are specific to your context.
There are a lot of things I’m going to say that is going to be applicable for everybody, but there’s a lot of things that are unique for Minneapolis-St. Paul, which is where I’m at, that wouldn’t be true for you if you’re in OKC.
So know your context, do that. So do Facebook groups, meet up with other drivers, interview them, get to know them, learn from them, go on YouTube. There’s a lot of great guys out there.
There’s “Rideshare Genius,” “Rideshare Professor,” “The Simple Driver,” all great resources. Okay. I’m not the source of all of it, but I hope I created the most conclusive course that I learned a lot from these guys.
So learn from them, too. And there’s a host of resources out there for you to continue to go to the next level.
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