Tell me a little about your background.
Growing up, I always was busy doing something. I would wake up, go to school, go to dance, go tend to my cattle, sleep and repeat. I started sales when I was a sophomore in high school. I was always successful in sales, so I knew I wanted to make sales my career. I received a degree in marketing with a minor in psychology. This degree option was the most sales option I could find.
Why were you interested in pursuing medical sales as a career?
I knew I wanted to make sales my career, so I did thorough research on the different sales fields. I stumbled upon medical sales, and I was extremely intrigued. The fact that you can play a role in the process of improving people's lives is amazing.
How did you learn about Medical Sales College?
I found Medical Sales College while searching about medical device sales on google.
What ultimately made you decide to attend?
I decided to come to Medical Sales College, because I had a sorority sister with such a great experience. I ultimately decided that I wanted to get into my career with the best possible chance of success. I feel I have ultimately made a choice that did that.
Please describe your training experience at Medical Sales College.
My experience at Medical Sales College was great. You learn more in 12 weeks than you do your whole undergrad, yet the instructors are so good about making what you learn stick. You are engaged, involved, and valued in your class.
Why should someone attend Medical Sales College?
How long did you try to get into the industry before attending MSC? What was that experience like?
I didn't try prior to attending MSC
Please briefly explain your job interview process with your hiring company.
What is your current job like?
You should attend Medical Sales College to ensure your success in the field. You want to be the best you possibly can be for your future surgeons and their patients. Medical Sales College is the only reasonable choice when wanting to get into the field.
What was the most valuable thing you learned at Medical Sales College/What piece of training do you use the most in your day-to-day activities?
I learned how to hold an intelligent conversation with higher management of bigger companies. I could listen to what the people were saying, understand and be involved with the conversations at a higher level.