Why Your Work Ethic Needs to Be Blue-Collar and White-Collar

Your work mindset should be both to be a top performer

Why you should change your work ethic from white to blue
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When you hear “blue-collar” or “white-collar” terms, you probably think of different things.

A blue-collar work ethic is perceived as a work ethic that makes less money, gets their hands dirty with manual labor, and has less high education.




Read short and uplifting articles here to help you shift your thought, so you can see real change in your life and health.

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