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A Basic Guide to Become a Hotshot Driver
Hotshot trucks are trucks that ensure small yet time-sensitive loads. Usually, hotshot trucking is required for on-site projects where there could be a sudden need for an urgent supply. Hotshot trucking is essential to ensure that products arrive on time.
Hotshot truckers are trained to optimize the transportation process and provide optimal convenience for their customers. If you like what you year and want to become a hotshot trucker yourself– you might want to give it a go by understanding the essential hotshot truck requirements.
Nonetheless, this brief guide covers the essentials that you need to know to become a hotshot driver.
Hotshot Trucking – An Overview
Hotshot truckers are trained to deliver small loads within tight deadlines. The term “hotshot” originates from Texas’s oilfields to deliver items from different stations and deliver them to different locations.Continue reading
BOOK LAUNCH: Allow Life to Happen
Guest Post by Beth McGill, Thrive Flourish & Grow
It was October 11, 2012, at 9:00 PM and I held my mom’s hands as she took her final breath on this planet. My entire world was turned upside down and inside out. My mom was gone. My body felt numb. She had been my rock, my best friend and my everything! When something good happened to me, I called her. When something bad happened, I called her. I suddenly felt alone in a way that I couldn’t express in words. Then, later that night as I lay in bed in the hotel room I cried, not sobbing, just tears streaming down my face. I finally relaxed and lying on my back, I felt my mom’s spirit press down on the blanket around my shoulders, like she was tucking me in for the last time. The bed moved downward enough for me to realize that this was real. It wasn’t a dream.
Immediately, I started out on a personal journey. Was it a mental journey or a spiritual journey? I had no clue, but I knew that my life needed something.
I started to question everything! I started to be aware of anything!
In a few short months, the timing was right, and I invested in a one-day retreat in Santa Barbara with a coach that I had listened to on a local radio station.
It was January 12th, 2013. Continue reading