The Promotion Strategist
Was President of a Publicly Traded Company Before Turning 28
The Short: I've consistently been promoted 2.7x faster than my peers, I earn 4.529x the average for my age, and I didn't go to a fancy university.
The Long: I’m not 30 yet and have been promoted 5 times within 5 years to become the President of a large publicly traded software company (one that you’ve likely used before), and in that time my pay went up by 383% (83.57x the average high performer)! I didn’t just “get lucky”. I learned how to play the game from my father who also rose the ranks in his large company to become the President by the time he was 28. I did it by 27, but hey, who’s counting? The point is that knowing how to be a great employee and get promoted fast is not something that you’re born with. It’s something that is learned, and I’d like to teach you the secrets behind it. I’ve mentored many, many people and have seen them grow in similar ways so I am confident that I can do the same for you. Career coaches cost thousands of dollars per year; I'm much cheaper because I genuinely love seeing people have the same success that I did and live their dream lives.
In just 5 years I climbed the ladder from Intern, to Consultant, to Specialist, to Manager, to Director, to President.
I’ve worked in fast food, marketing, sales, operations, customer support, account management, and senior management. I’ve worked with some of the largest companies in the world and some of the smallest mom and pops. I’ve done B2B & B2C. The teams I’ve managed have had virtually no-churn and I’ve helped so many people advance their careers. I genuinely love helping others reach their goals and would love to do the same with you now.
Now, you're probably thinking: "Who are you?"
I can’t say due to the public nature of my full-time job and the confidential information that I’ll tell. If you can guess it though I’ll be impressed.
Also, "Why do you do this if you’re making so much money already?"
Because I love helping other people live the same quality of life that I do. I have a partner, a sweet house, a great family, and love my job, but I get a different kind of satisfaction from giving back to others.
and, "If it’s not about the money then why do you charge anything at all?"
It’s a fair question. One of my early mentors, a very successful businessperson that made tons of money during an IPO, taught me that if you give things away for free then it’s perceived to have no value and people are less likely to use it. I wouldn’t be accomplishing my goal by just blasting people that don’t truly value what I’m saying with information. I want my mentees to be invested in learning and be more likely to put these strategies to work so that they can actually advance their careers. Another way to say it is that “free advice is worthless”.