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The Next Great Hire

The step-by-step guide to getting and succeeding in your entry-level sales job.


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In depth interviews with sales hiring managers.

Handle everything an interviewer throws at you and strike back.




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Learn the #1 way to get your foot in the door with any company.






Crush the interview


then pop bottles

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How To Get A Sales Job




If no one has told you this yet then I'm sorry but your GPA, the classes you took, your internship, where you went to college; that's all a SMALL piece of what sales hiring managers care about. What matters is getting an interview and how you prepare for, and present yourself in that interview. Just about every candidate is as qualified as you are. This course could be the difference between your job offer and theirs. Master the interview and get any sales job you want.



The Next Great Hire is the step-by-step guide to getting and succeeding in your entry-level sales job and the best way to separate yourself from your peers.

We understand it's scary not knowing where to begin when looking for your first job. This course outlines exactly how and what you need to do to set yourself up with great interviews with companies you want to work for.

Our mission is to provide you with everything you need to help get you the job you want, when you want it. We are bridging the gap between the last day of college and your first day of work.

Below is a full course outline. There are 6 learning modules in all. You can see all the topics covered in each module by clicking the "see topics" buttons. You will receive a link with login credentials and access to the entire course immediately after your purchase.

BONUS! Access to private Next Great Hire Facebook group where members can network, brainstorm and help each other every step of the way.

BONUS! Live weekly office hours where we answer any questions you have about each step of the process.






Step 1: Understanding Sales and What to Expect in Your Entry-Level Position




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Why sales? Why this course is for everyone with the slightest interest in business or sales Why listen to me? How I went from college athlete to sales executive (with a few stops along the way). What they don’t tell you about your entry level sales job and what you need to know The jobs you want vs. the dead end jobs The good, the bad and the ugly about your entry level job and eventual career in sales


Step 2: Building Your Resume and Networking




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The do’s and don’ts of resume building Learn how to make your experience relevant for any sales job How to stand out and make your resume a highlight reel of your life experience How to use LinkedIn to get noticed and get your foot in the door How to get invited and thrive at networking events


Step 3: Foolproof Way to Getting the Interview




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This module highlights exactly how you can DRASTICALLY increase your chances of getting an interview with any company you want. Interviews with successful sales people about how they went about getting their first sales jobs and how they ended up where they are today.


Step 4: Interview Prep- Going in With Confidence




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In this module we discuss everything you need in order to go into your interview more prepared than everyone else going for the job. PDF document containing a list of the right questions to ask. Questions that not only make you seem incredibly prepared, but will give you insight into the company, the job, the role you will be taking on, and whether or not it’s right for you. PDF document containing questions to be prepared for and the best way to handle each question thrown your way. What to look for on LinkedIn before your interview- how to research and find information not only on the company, but the people you are interviewing with. How to gain insight into company culture and what they are looking for in an ideal employee BEFORE you sit down to interview


Step 5: How to Crush the Interview & You Leave Your Mark




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Everything you need in order to absolutely crush the interview, and leave there with the job offer in hand. How to SELL YOURSELF and be sure about the job and career you want (even if you aren’t sure). How to close the interview. Interviews with top hiring managers and directors that highlight exactly what they are looking for in an ideal candidate.


Step 6: Now What? How to Set Yourself Up for Fast Promotions




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In this final module we discuss the actual skills you will need in order to exceed in your entry level sales job and move into a position that pays the big bucks. We will also discuss when the time might come to get out and look for your next opportunity. Cold calling Listening Consultative selling Writing effective emails Objection handling
How To Get A Sales Job October 30th, 2015admin


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I'll get more into my story from college athlete to NYC sales exec, but here's why I can help you- I've been through this process for all kinds of companies and can help you avoid the mistakes I've made. There's a system to get a job, and I can teach you. I had a great sales job in Boston but had to move to NYC at the drop of a hat. In a few weeks I had multiple job offers (self-generated, through recruiters, and through referrals). Here's what my recruiter had to say about me...

"As a Sales Recruiter, Ryan was without a doubt one of my favorite candidates to work with. Put simply, he just gets it. There's a specific system in place for how to work with all sorts of directors, managers, coordinators and recruiters and Ryan went above and beyond to respect the process, learn from it and excel at it. He understands the importance of taking all the steps to make oneself the most valuable candidate for the job. He knows how to tailor his approach to certain types of companies and certain types of personalities. I received nothing but excellent feedback on every step of Ryan's interviews. I feel honored to have been the person to introduce Ryan to his most recent career step but there is no doubt in my mind he could have done it without me. I would recommend Ryan's opinions, expertise and advice to anyone seeking a Sales career."

Lauren Brasier- Betts Recruiting NYC




Here are some facts:

The average sales salary in the U.S. is $65,000

At $40,000/yr. and 120 credits to graduate college…

One of those college credits costs over $1,300

Public (group) sales courses cost up to $5,000

Private (one-on-one) sales courses cost up to $25,000





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