Career Crashers - How Sales Skills Will Set You Apart on the Job Hunt With Nick Rundlett
Nick Rundlett is a sales consultant and founder of Mastermind.army a mentorship group for sales professionals. This week he joins Career Crashers to talk about his experience breaking into a career in sales and how sales skills can set you apart on the job hunt!Learn more about Nick's sales mastermind at mastermind.army and connect with Nick by email at Nick [at] rundlett.com
How Sales Skills Will Set You Apart on the Job Hunt With Nick Rundlett
Nick Rundlett is a sales consultant and founder of Mastermind.army a mentorship group for sales professionals. This week he joins Career Crashers to talk about his experience breaking into a career in sales and how sales skills can set you apart on the job hunt! Learn more about Nick's sales mastermind at mastermind.army and connect with Nick by email at Nick [at] rundlett.com
The episode includes what is sales, what makes a good salesperson, and cold call and email fundamentals. https://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-rundlett?trk=people-guest_people_search-card https://mastermind.army/
School Sucks: Higher Education For Self-Liberation
Nick and I discuss guess what. This a good conversation for those who feel a little behind on their preparations. This will be our new format for the foreseeable/unforeseeable future - check-ins with people from my life who want to talk about the current situation in a manner that I think will be helpful and informative. Please Support School Sucks We do cool things! Thanks to your support. School Sucks is one of the longest running liberty-minded podcasts on the web, and the only one completely devoted to the issue of education (versus public school and college). Your support keeps the show going and growing, which keeps us at the top of the options for education podcasts and leads to new people discovering our work. Please help us continue to spread this important message further! Before you do anything, please bookmark and use this link for your Amazon shopping: Shop With Us One-Time Donation Options: Paypal/Venmo; Donate DASH Donate ETHEREUM Donate LITECOIN Donate BITCOIN Donate BITCOIN CASH Donate ZCASH Recurring Options: NEW! SubscribeStar Access our personal development bonus show, The Discomfort Zone, and lots of other irreverent and acerbic commentary you've never heard before. Support Us On PATREON Help incentivize our production! Pledge $1 per content item and access dozens of Patron only audios and videos. Join the A/V Club If you're looking for more School Sucks content, the A/V Club option grants you access to a bonus content section with 400+ hours of exclusive audio and video. If you are a regular consumer of our media, please consider making a monthly commitment by selecting the best option for you... A/V Club - Basic Access - $8.00/Month A/V Club - "Advanced" Access - $12.00/Month Sigma Sigma Pi - "Privileged" Access - $16.00/Month Crypto Addresses: DASH; XcZfPP6GZGVo9VKViNBVJZja5JVxZDB229 ETHEREUM; 0x3c5504CE3401C028832173506fa30BD4db4b7D35 LITECOIN; LKNp24f5wwvZ2QzeDbvxXgBxyVwi1yXnu2 BITCOIN; 1KhwY836cfSGCK5aaGFv8Q7PHMgghFJn1U BITCOIN CASH 1AmqLVxjw3Lp9KT5ckfvsqfN2Hn3B1hCWS ZCASH; t1by1ZGJ63LoLSjXy27ooJtipf4wMr7qbu4
How to Sell Your Personal Brand and Write Your Own Ticket with Nick Rundlett
What is Up Thrivers! I’m your Host Gregory Alexander, and today I am speaking with a truly entrepreneurial-minded individual, Nick Rundlett. Nick is a Praxis alumni who apprenticed as an SDR at Reliant Technology in Atlanta, Georgia. When working there, he outpaced his entire sales team combined for six months, and after a year at the company he was promoted to account executive…and then went on to pitch himself into the team manager position. From starting his own business in high school, to becoming a Praxis alumni with major success all around him, we can all conclude that Nick is not only a value creating machine but a huge inspiration. For that reason, it is my honor to welcome Nick to the show today. Join us as we discuss the art of writing your own ticket in life by growing, leveraging, and selling your personal brand! Show Notes: Interview - 1:25 Nick’s journey so far - 2:20 How Nick started a coin business in high school - 3:30 Why Nick decided not to go to college - 5:40 How Nick grew his coin company - 7:05 Why Nick started Praxis - 8:04 How to get hired almost anywhere without a degree - 11:43 Leveraging a value proposition - 12:38 How to get ahead by innovating for a company - 13:57 Should you work for free? - 15:48 The importance of building raptor with those above you - 17:07 What you should be doing if you aren’t going to college - 18:31 How to learn and grow quickly under pressure at a new company - 21:10 How to sell yourself to employers - 22:25 How to cold call effectively - 24:40 The importance of emotional steadiness - 27:47 Knowing when it is time to move on - 29:30 The importance of building structure as an entrepreneur - 31:22 Thoughts on Freedom - 34:00 Thoughts on Credentials -35:35 Thoughts on Education - 36:08 Thoughts on Entrepreneurship - 36:52 You can write your own ticket in life - 37:31 The importance of learning how to negotiate - 39:42 Nick’s parting advice - Become self aware in order to write your own ticket - 41:22 Resources: Secrets of Power Negotiation by Roger Dawson Contact Nick: Email - Nick@rundlett.com Website - Nickrundlett.com
One thing Nick Rundlett does every day to make himself more valuable is check in with himself. This has made a huge impact on his organization, security, and even mental wellbeing as he steps away from his long-held and successful sales role and ventures out on his own.
In the first episode of The Thing About Sales, I am talking to Nick Rundlett. Nick is currently the sales development manager at a company called Reliant Technology based out of Atlanta Georgia. He and I talk about selling candy to kids in school, personality types, advice going into interviews, how to learn quickly in a new job, and a ton of other stuff! I had a blast talking to Nick and hearing his insights and stories about his experience in the sales world, and found myself realizing that so much of what he talks about applies to every job out there. I apologize for the echo sounds on the portion of the episode where I am talking. Will make sure that doesn’t happen in future episodes! Thanks for listening! If you’re interested in getting updates on the podcast each week, please sign up for my email list here!