2. What would be your personal motto?
“We don’t have problems, we have solutions.”
This came about in 2015 when I had a call from an account holder (DVA) and the caller said to me: “Rob, I have a problem, can you help me out?” I said out of the blue, “we don’t have problems we have solutions” and it just stuck. I have used that ever since.
3. Finish this sentence…. On Sunday mornings,
you can usually find me reading a real newspaper (not on the phone), having a coffee or 3, and watching my daughter play Soccer.
4. How do you think your colleagues would describe you?
They say I care too much – care about drivers, our passengers and our accounts. Why do I care? Because I love the industry!
5. What publications do I read?
I read and collect the Phantom comics. I believe I have every copy except 4. I also read the papers on the weekends that include all sports. Love to watch the Dragons in the NRL and the Swans in the AFL.
6. Flashback to when you were 10 years old. What did you want to be when you grew up?
When I was 10 I was asked to sing in the Opera House with the school choir. We received a standing applause and I thought, this is good I can do this forever, then I was introduced to girls and all that changed. Do not take advantage of your job, sometimes you could be the difference whether overseas tourists have a good holiday or wish they never came to Sydney.
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