Last month, I took over 50 Ubers in India.
During these trips, I talked to the cab drivers about their thoughts on Uber.
In these conversations, some interesting insights emerged.
The common theme is this – They can’t believe that Uber, with a simple software product, is getting the lion’s share of profits.
Their contention was that the traditional sources of investment in a business is all made by them.
They invest the capital needed to buy the car.
They invest the manual labor needed to drive.
They cover all the gas and maintenance expenses.
However, Uber walks away with all the profit.
How could this be?
When a child finishes middle school and gets ready to go to high school, parents’ perspectives shift. In very predictable ways.
That shift in perspective results in regret about one thing. Something they wish they had done while their child was still in middle school. You don’t want to have the same regret.
Up until middle school, you were focused on your child’s overall growth. As long as they were staying out of trouble, learning, growing and enjoying themselves, you were good.
But when they enter high school, you start thinking about things differently. You view and evaluate everything with their future in mind.
Only 1 more week of school left.
Reality, that kids are going to be home all-the-time, is starting to set in.
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