18 Wheel Talk Podcast Show

18 Wheel Talk Podcast Show

What happens when you mix a 25 plus years Truck Driver and a retired after 9 years Truck Driver you add in some microphones, a mixing board, a computer and topics on Life and the Trucking Industry? You get 18 Wheel Talk! A podcast about life during and after the Trucking Industry and questions on Life in general. Hi I'm Patrick and along side my Blonde Haired Co-Host, Janet, our goal is to entertain you with a little humor on Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. "This ain't our Daddy's Industry no more"! So buckle up buttercup, keep your hands and feet inside the ride at all times and hold on tight cause its gonna be one heck of a ride!... Show More
June 2, 2020 53 min

18WT 006:  On this episode Janet and Patrick with special guest Kyle Heller talk about a blog post that Janet had posted on her website at janetmccue.com titled 30+ Common Work from Home Problems & How to Fix them. They go on to talk about the polls that Janet put up on various websites and how she got over 500 responses to the polls. She used the data collected from the polls to compile a list and whittled it done to the 30+ most common problems people had working from home.

Full Podcast show notes available here: https://www.18wheeltalk.com/episode6

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