Everybody has a skill, a talent, and way to express it. But, nobody knows it all.
Let's see if the same chatter at a repair shop has any bite at the dentist office.
The song and dance of
being a service writer
Whether it's medical or automotive, diagnostics and repairs have some similarities.
Ringing that bell a bit too much
Is it a skill or are the skills turning into robotic responses?
As they say, "The full moon is when wacky things happen." It's not different at the repair shop.
A day at the vet turns into another comparison to the automotive repair biz.
Those overly concerned type of people who have to keep tabs on their cars while they're in the repair shop.
At the repair shop you can hear a whole lot about the car if you listen to the kids.
Old tricks of the trade are still new to the up and coming tech.
Just another day in the shop.
We all make mistakes. It's how you handle those mistakes that makes a difference.
The connotation has several meanings.
Varmint damage can be a costly repair. But, when it's the mechanic's son's car... oh man.
Not what I call a professional response to what I do for a living.
Beer is good, and sometimes as full payment on a repair.
Looking for those elusive noises in a car.
Have a little respect for the guy fixing your car. He's as much an expert at what he does as you are in your field of choice.
When it comes to any type of service work... it does matter.
Sometimes the mechanic just has to take that leap. The leap into a guess and not the diagnostic tree.