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The Future of Work

The profession of sales has just gone the way of all the others. Everyone today is a writer, a photographer, a networker, a sales pro … the real professions are being taken over by the masses.

But cream does rise to the top. Eventually.

Likewise all professions requires training - and the hucksters we see and feel are simply panicked people who have realized that nobody is going to promote them - they have to do it themselves … and they haven’t been trained in that art.

You won’t see or hear good sales people in the networks’ … because that is not where they are.

The problem is also going to get worse.

The Future of Work is not the corporation - we are moving into the everyone for themselves / survival’ stage.

But nobody is being trained or educated for that scenario.

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