Watch some videos and hit the streets. Sick, sun, rain, snow, uphill, dangerous neighborhoods, rude people, bad training, dogs coming at you, and so on you have to produce if not then you'll receive the call and an email saying they did A B C and D to help you and they never did that. Give you 20 hrs to start but have to work or are frowned upon if you work before 4pm on weekdays and weekends which shows how does the 40hr week look like. You will drive 20-40 minutes to get new areas. If it requires a permit they will send you to outskirts of the city where its not necessary. They say to qualify them but then just say get anyone even if they dont meet it so just get their number and well call them 10times a day and to let the call center do the call. Bad leadership but learned communication and handling escalating situations.
San Diego has it worse their trainer manager is 3 hours away from them. They just watch some videos as we did and have to get walking up and down hills and have to produce no matter what in areas that have been hit with so many solar companies.