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Grads of LifeVoice: The Paper-Thin Reason Your Company Is Missing Sales Talent

“My sales have been steadily increasing”, says Rashard Feggins, a 22 year-old entrepreneur and salesman. He’s a candidate with a vocational training program I run called re:work. We teach software sales to people without college degrees, then place them into full-time jobs at tech employers. Rashard owns and runs a [...]
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