This is not about how much we make or why we don't make more and how Uber upfront pricing is screwing us. This is about what's going on on our planet and how our brothers and sisters are fighting over a couple bottles of water at Costco in Florida. This is about what happened in Houston not too long ago and how they have no where to live now.
Many of our brothers and sisters are homeless as we speak and many of them were living a quality quite life, full of joy with their roosters singing loud at 5am and their horses running around waiting for them everyday. The ones that can't find each other anymore.
Uber has improved, they're offering higher incentives and $180 promotion which I hit last week even tho I missed 2 days of work traveling to Mexico to fix my teeth. (Shame on me with spending that money while our people are suffering not too far from me).
Uber is trying and I can not be against them. You know why? Because I am not a surgeon or someone with high degrees claiming 6figures income with just driving. We have the option to drive with them or stop but that's not the point why I share this with you.
Our planet is angry as hell at us. Forget about the Middle East. The damages that we as a family in the US are suffering from these days are way deeper than the terrorist attacks, the war around the world and every bad thing combined.
And what we do? We complaine why we don't make $200 more per week which we can if we stop spending time here 16 hours per week and driving.
I don't believe in miracles, gods or prayers but let's hope for the best for the people that are suffering as we are enjoying our air conditioning under our roof with ice cold beer waiting for us in our working fridge and the happy dog jumping on us when we finish our shift.
What if Uber stop operating when you wake up in the morning to an email saying thanks for your partnership...we are out?!
Let's be grateful and appreciate the opportunity we have. It's not life changing yes, but we are lucky enough to have the chance to swip online and drive on dry roads to earn money. We've made that decision and we have the roads wide open in front of us to raise the numbers even tho they're not easy to be lifted sometimes.
Houston and Florida. Let's keep them in mind and our hearts. The rest is BS and excuses.