So i know the whole scratch thing has come up a thousand times but I still got to ask how the *... you do it. A little about me early middle aged no stranger to hard work and very long hrs have done 24 hr shifts in a fast paced custom steel fab shop setting. In good shape except have one ankle issue that does not allow me to run but can walk fast and pick up alot of weight be on the move no problem. I've drivin big trucks before so this p10 is no issue for me. In a midwest center and it's my first week been with a sup trainer ever day now. And we are a hr plus out of time every day for the past 3 days. And that's with not taking a lunch and saying we do , organizing the truck for a half hr before we leave in the am. And this guy is grabbing 2 resis stops while I do 1 and he is running to the doors. Plus we got big time pick ups where the truck is as full when we come back as it was when we left. And that's two of us loading it and we are moving when we load. Iam a little slow on the diad and take a bit of extra time finding packages. We are taking bigger loads in with out hand cart because theres two sets of hands. Plus we are using Orion and he is showing me how to change it up a bit to get the big stops off and or hit some close by so we dont have to back track. It's only been a week haven't had to deal with managment yet only the supntrainer for the most part he seems cool. So with out this trainer I would be hrs and hrs out. I don't see how iam gonna make scratch on my own iam not a negative guy but iam contiplating getting my old job back while I still can. Any thoughts on what I could do to make my stops go faster ?