This issue includes an article written by Daniel Burrus about being a “positive disruptor” and how we should focus less on ourselves and more on what we can do for others during difficult times.
During these unprecedented times, KTA would like to thank our truck drivers for delivering the goods to keep food on the shelves, to keep our medical professionals stocked with supplies, to keep our vehicles with fuel, and for keeping the supply chain open. We appreciate the truck stops and rest areas staying open to help our drivers get food, fuel, and rest. We want to thank our bus drivers for delivering meals to school children that depend on this service to get something to eat. We want to thank law enforcement and other first responders for keeping us safe and providing help when needed. Our medical professionals are doing an outstanding job of keeping us healthy and safe. Our government is providing leadership and making difficult decisions. All of these people are examples of positive disruptors. They have stepped up to make a positive difference in people’s lives during difficult times.
Please read the article below and take a few minutes to think about what you and your organization can do to help others during this time. It is an honor and privilege to represent the KTA family.