Posted By Tex Walker on 05 Oct 2011 09:09 AM
Robby, what do you mean by this comment ? " As long as there are people like you that spin bogus tales of excellence and non stop work " I think everyone here knows and can validate that what I'm saying is true and there are people that do really well like me in this business or obviously they would have found their fortune somewhere else.
I think your comments clearly state your insecurities and inadequacies, as you seem to be the dense one here. I dont have a clue who you are, but you sure make it easy to paint a self portrait on who you are.
So continue to do what you do and they way you do it, because obviously it's not working for you since you have to be combative with others and how others make it look so easy !
Take the path of least resistance in life, you might like it :)
Tex, nothing in my responses indicates anything about me being bitter of others making more than me, that was NEVER the issue. The issue was and is and always will be about giving prospective adjusters real world information and facts to make an educated decision, PERIOD!!!! Uneducated and undertrained rookie adjusters are saturating our industry and have done much damage to the industry through monumental mistakes, driving fee schedules way down and are PARTLY responsible for the rise of the Public adjuster and plaintiff attorneys over the last 5 to 10 years. Many of these folks are buying into the dog and pony shows that many(not all) of the vendors who promote their 3 day licensing courses about BIG money and claims of adjuster shortages. In Texas alone there are close to 45,000 licensed adjusters and I would say probably half of those if not more have never adjusted claim 1. This year was great for new adjusters but even that was less than 7,000 working adjusters(new and old hands).
If these new folks were given a realistic view of our craft, a good portion would probably decide against entering the fray . That would drastically reduce the numbers coming in and by default the ones who do choose to enter our industry would know that the big money is the fruits of experienced adjusters who have paid their dues and taken their lumps and in most cases that kind of money will not be realized as a rookie adjuster
Tex, that is the ONLY reason for my responses in this thread. Oh, by the way, the path of least resistance is not always the right path my friend .
In closing, there is a great difference between combative and passion
"A good leader leads.....
..... but a great leader is followed !!"