Sam Jacobs is the founder & CEO of Pavilion and Host of The Sales Hacker Podcast, Sam is focused on helping people unlock and achieve their professional potential. He believes there is greatness within all of us and sometimes it just needs a mechanism through which it can be brought forth. This philosophy led him to build a company called Pavilion and the purpose of that company is to help members, employees, and stakeholders realize the greatness within themselves. Pavilion is a paid membership for leaders of all levels dedicated to providing support, assistance, education, and career growth. They are a global organization with over 9,000 members and hubs in every major city in the world. Sam created Pavilion based both on his personal experience and the experiences of friends, partners, and colleagues in the high growth community.
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(3:16) SVB banking analysis
(11:06) Pavilion’s origin story
(15:00) Stepping into Pavilions next chapter
(23:48) What people should be thinking about and negotiating for into their contract as they move into their next roles
(35:41) How to handle getting paid not at market rate
(41:29) Hot take: Sales people don’t actually generate the money in the business
I’m not soho house, I’m not Kim Kardashian, I don’t know how to scale cool.
Ask yourself: does my perspective on growth align with how the CEO wants to grow.
It's your job as an employee of the company to understand how the business works, and if you don't want to do that, take a hike pal, get outa here!
Sam Jacobs' LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/samfjacobs
Pavilion's Website: https://www.joinpavilion.com
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