Becoming successful in today’s America is simple: graduate high school, go to college, and get a white-collar job. That path is undoubtedly going to lead you to the biggest paycheck and the best opportunities. Right? The truth is, some of the most lucrative jobs out there are blue-collar jobs–yet society pushes the perception that being an auto mechanic, plumber, electrician, or construction worker somehow indicates a lack of success. A career in the skilled trades was once well-regarded as a good, honest profession. Now, we discourage young people from pursuing those careers in favor of racking up massive student loan debt and pursuing professional careers that may not always play to their strengths. In Blue Is The New White, Josh Zolin shows that success doesn’t have to mean a college degree. He discovered this firsthand, rising through hard work from a technician at his dad’s small business to the CEO of a multi-million-dollar company. There is more than one path to a stable career ... more
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Today we finally get someone on the show who I’ve been trying to link up with forever. He’s the up and coming talent in MY specific trade, Mr Pat Finley of Commercial Kitchen Chronicles. more
We’ve got another great guest for you today. A mutual connection put us in touch (Elizabeth Moses) If you haven’t heard her episode definitely go back and check it out. Nick McIntosh joins us today to talk about his journey through the trades. more
Today we’ve got a special episode for you. We have returning guest… the man who literally found his passion in HVAC after receiving his PhD in Psychology and Neuroscience. Of course, none other than the HVAC Doctor himself. Mr Matt Waxer. If you have... more
Don’t hate me for this, but Josh is a true pro, with blue collar roots! Nicely done with the book, the speaking circuit, and the podcast!
Love what Josh is doing to elevate awareness and raise the bar for the skilled trades industry.
Great podcast that shines a light on how a career in the trades can provide a solid pathway to success in middle, working class America. The guest have real world experience that lend street crew to the show. more
Whether you’re well established as a blue collar innovator, or just getting started carving out a profitable niche that’s ready to grow - this is a must-listen podcast for you! Josh does an incredible job leading conversations that cover a huge breadth of topics related to the ins and outs of building a thriving career in the trades, and life you can be proud of - with leaders who’ve actually experienced success themselves. Highly recommend listening and subscribing!
Josh is one of the best at promoting the blue collar trades. Public Speaker, podcast host, business owner and author. Check out his book. Btw his book is based on facts not opinion. Blue is the new white. I was honored to be on his podcast more
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Blue is the New White Podcast launched 4 years ago and published 184 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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