Publisher : Darius Tan
Course Language : English
***** This course is now FREE. Also, I'm no longer supporting this course because of my new duties as CEO. Please do not expect answers to your questions, although I suppose it never hurts to try *****
It can be hard to land an interview in the tech world. Especially if your resume isn't "relevant" by conventional means. If you have a low GPA, no sales internships, or heck, any sales experience, it can seem downright impossible to get a call back after submitting 1947 resumes through job sites. That's why I created this course.
In it, you'll learn basic sales skills commonly used at tech companies. Skills that would be taught to you in an internship, but never in a college class. You'll also learn how someone hiring for salespeople thinks and how to give it to them on a silver platter. I have a history of being a top performing salesperson and hiring was very important to me so I know exactly what hiring managers are looking for.
You should be able to land an interview in 1-2 weeks if you watch all the videos and apply all the concepts and exercises.
This course will teach you:
Why sending in your resume is a terrible way to get an interview, and how to take a little known shortcut.
Basic sales skills. Having these skills will get you a better chance of interviewing than Ivy League candidates with no experience.
How to frame your limited experience in a way that gets managers excited to give you an interview.
You'll be able to get an interview for an entry level sales position at a tech company after completion of this course. No experience necessary.
Who this course is for:
Smart and hard working people who want to take the first step towards earning six figures a year as salesmen. (I earned $300,000+ in 2016)
People who are looking to switch professions/industries into the lucrative technology field. Success in previous roles a big plus but not necessary. Experience dealing with customers a plus but again, not necessary.
Recent graduates who have been involved with extracurricular activities. Clubs, meetups, sports teams, running a small side business, etc.
Non-tech salespeople looking to break in to tech.
Who this course is NOT for:
People who do not have a strong grasp of written and spoken English. Communication in sales is very important and it's out of my realm of expertise to teach it to you.
Recent graduates who literally just went to class, partied, and watched YouTube videos. You gotta give me something to work with on your resume, even if it's just a hobby or a organizing a meetup group.
People who have been unemployed for 1.5+ years. Resume gaps are hard for me to help with. This is workable if the gap was intentional, ie: kid, traveling, etc. but not if you've just been totally unemployable.
Lazy people. There is homework involved in this course and you must do the work to succeed.