It never seems to die.
It’s like a cockroach: no matter how many times I drop nuclear bombs on it, it just won’t stay dead.
That’s why I wanted to share this story of a reader who did almost everything wrong in the beginning…
…But still managed to win a highly competitive offer in the corporate finance / investor relations team of a Fortune 500 company.
Forget about being from a “non-target school” – he originally attended a community college.
Forget about the recruiting process taking “months and months” – it took him almost 2 years.
And forget about being “discouraged” by your networking contacts – one guy actually told him: “You didn’t go to Harvard, so I don’t know what to tell you.”
But he overcame all that to break in anyway.
And here’s how he did it, along with a detailed explanation of investor relations interviews:
From Community College to CFO Consigliere