If you have been to a VDI program, you know that only thing between you and the road are your tires. Here are some statistics Yearly estimates back up that statement. On average: Drivers in the United States put more than 2,969 billion miles on their tires, There are nearly 11,000 tire-related crashes, and Almost […]
I wrote the first “The Miscellaneous Ramblings of an Old Man” in 2011, I was a young 72 at the time. I am now 78, which is the new 76. They are, as the title would suggest, the random thoughts that enter the mind of an old guy. Mostly one liner’s that cover life in […]
The most asked question I receive is “What EP training program should I attend.” My answer is “I have no idea.” The reason for the answer; the old Scotti School and now VDI operate under a business model that is substantially different than the business model that exists in the present day EP training environment. NOT GOOD, NOT BAD – DIFFERENT. The results of that Business Model starts when the phone rings.
It was the early 80’s we were working in the Middle East. At the time American Express was running the “Do You Know Me?” ad campaign, (are you old enough to remember them?). One of the guys thought this picture would be humorous. At the end of every ad there was a comment by the […]
A few weeks back, I got a call from an old friend, Don Feeney. Don and I go back more than 25 years. (He is a member of the Quarter Century Club). We worked with his company, CTU. CTU and Don were the subject of a book which was later made into a made for TV […]