Does Humble Mechanic Have A Bad Day? ~ Podcast Episode 98

I get a lot of questions every day. Many are related to car issues. I also get a lot of questions about becoming a technician, or becoming a better technician. I also get asked “Do you ever have a bad day at work?” a lot. Today we are going to answer that question, and talk about some of the things that make for a bad day. Even some ways to move past a bad day.

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Join me today as we breakdown:

  • Do I have bad days as a mechanic?
  • The things that contribute to a bad day
  • Getting bad information
  • People not doing their part
  • How I put bad days in the past
  • and more

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5 replies
  1. Scott
    Scott says:

    I guess lazy techs are everywhere, as we too have techs (usually new ones) who won’t put forth the effort to actually do their job. We have a great group of veteran techs who would give you the shirt off your back, but the initial effort must be there. Hopefully the new guys learn. A test drive to Dunkin donuts for a coffee usually helps the frustration level. Thanks for the podcast?


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