I've been selling since I was a kid. It all started with collectibles, then food, lasers, precious metals, and now IT services.
Once I've learned the basic objections in an industry, my cold call skills are deadly.
I don't rely on brute force or play a numbers game in sales if I can help it. I strategically enter accounts through the back door in clever ways with minimal effort, and reap far greater rewards. That being said, I've made 147 calls in a day and don't mind the entertainment!
There's little that fulfills me more than sharing what I've learned in life with younger people, so that they can race ahead of me by the time they're my age. I'm constantly learning and growing into a wiser, stronger version of me. I love to connect deeply with others on the same path.
Presently, I'm in the market for a remote sales opportunity. I intend to shred my assigned quota and earn 6-figures my first year, and multiples the next.
Sales is a profession of numbers, objectively measurable and impossible to bullshit.
I'd like to do better for you than my last employer:
Generating a healthy monthly profit. I'm fulfilling a maintenance contract for ~6,000+ Dell, HPE, and IBM servers at a Fortune 500 account, among helping others increase the profitability of their IT hardware support services. I manage every facet of the business single-handedly as of now.
I love helping young people become successful in sales! That's why I run weekly Sales Mastermind calls for participants and alumni of the Praxis community. I've helped a dozens of people over the past couple years get promotions, improve their cold calls and emails, up their call volume, and crush quota.
~$30,000 in sales, 1,300 IG Followers, 1,600 YouTube subscribers. I grew an audience through giveaway contests within my niche, bought coins locally from Craigslist and Newspaper ads and sold them online to collectors. I also helped a local coin store sell ~$50,000 worth of coins with 100% positive feedback on eBay.
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