Hard Work. Good Pay. Growth opportunities Unicorns ONLY.
This coming month, I'm looking to bring a couple of the right people to my team, the way that I'm determining who the right people are, is by showing people how to make $1000 a day. I work for a private insurance company, and I sell insurance. Period. You send me your resume. I ask my staff to go over it and decide whether or not to call you. We do a phone interview. If I think you'd be someone who could do what I do, then I'll invite you in for an interview or possibly come with me for a day and watch me, in person, so you can shadow and screen the position before you have to go through an interview. Typically, each day I'll show you how to make between $500-$1500. If by the end of the day, you think that you are someone who can also do it, we'll do an in-person interview and you'll have a shot to qualify for my team. It's educational sales so I deal with all kinds of people. The company has been around for 67 years, and has great ratings and the most hands-on training you've ever had in your life. If during the phone interview it appears that you may not be the "perfect" fit for a "ride-along" with me, but still show promise, I won't stand in your way, I will invite you to a separate interview where you will get a chance to show if you are actually in fact. My goal is to bring the best and brightest who are willing to be "fine tuned and trained" to my organization for the purpose of showing them how to generate success for themselves and their families inside of this company. The company maybe moving me to the Orange County end of the year so you will have an opportunity to relocate or possibly run my office in LA based on results
- make ungodly amounts of money
- can actually buy things that you want
- health insurance
- life insurance
- leads are WARM and you don't ever have to pay for them
- no cold calling
- no door knocking
- Residual income
- consistent awards
- team oriented
- dance parties
- promotions are always from within and based on hitting goals
- 6 figure income in first year for ballers
I want the best. It's probably not most of you.
The purpose of this ad is ONLY to find the right people to join my team. If you aren't looking to grow
About me: I'm 27, I've only been with the company for a few years, had no experience after college but worked hard and was put into management in my first year. My 2nd year I sat as a guest on the board of directors because I had new people making more in their first 6 months than other places in the company. This last year I was asked to move to LA to duplicate myself and find the next group of leaders for the company to continue to open new offices and create a culture of fun and excitement. I enjoy sports and am a retired athlete, I am here because I love seeing my team be successful. I can work with anyone who has a dream
Who "shouldn't" send a resume:
-someone who wants to work in a cubical
-someone who can't take constructive criticism.
-someone who who wants to be comfortable and poor.
-someone who can't think critically.
-someone who can't... (You know what I'm trying to say)
Send your resume. Good luck. God Bless.