ozlat wrote:who do yo think requires more education... the white or blue collar ??
Ah... thank you for asking that question.
Do you want the long or short answer?
Being a former landscaper myself, from a totally blue collar background, I can tell you the learning curve has been steep for me. I also mentioned that my upline split the company at a very crucial part of that learning curve. So it hasn't been all cupcakes and Mojito's for me, if you can imagine.
I will say this... I believe the internet has changed the game for everyone.
There are college students who could step into this game today and in a few months, totally outperform some of the 'old schoolers' who have not yet cut their teeth as far as the internet goes.
Granted alot of those old schoolers could teach us all a thing or two aout mindset, posture and determination, but I've got a 16 year old cousin who produces his own online videos that have already recieved over a million views.
We'd all kill for that kind of exposure.
I actually plan on interviewing the little punk
So to answer your question... I believe that either group is equally capable o succeeding, but both groups have two entirely different skill sets to learn.
I will say that I think we'll all begin to see a new breed of "naturals" cropping up in the next few years who are the total package. I'm going to focus on positioning myself as someone who can help others postion themselves for that crop.