'Career Hacking': In New Book, Silicon Valley Success Story Divulges Secrets to Fast-Tracking in Any Industry

Press Release (ePRNews.com) - SAN FRANCISCO - Apr 23, 2018 - Millennials have been taught that it’s necessary to painstakingly creep their way up the corporate ladder, waiting years for a promotion, recognition, and dream work environment. Max Altschuler, a successful founder, CEO, and best-selling author all before the age of 30 calls that old belief B.S. In “Career Hacking,” he provides a guidebook packed with bite-sized reads that layout creative, actionable, and practical ways to cut through the maze and fast-track to success.

Advance praise for “Career Hacking for Millennials“:

“A book I wish I had when I was graduating from college, and one that I will give to my kids when they do the same, regardless of their industry or profession.” – Melissa Wasser, former VP, Goldman Sachs

People often ask me for career advice. I’m glad I have something tangible to refer them to from now on. Reading this book will put you far ahead of the pack.

Tawheed Kader

GVP Strategy & Corporate Development, Marketo

We interview thousands of Millennials each year. Now I can speed these up by asking, ‘Have you read Career Hacking for Millennials?’ This book will put any reader well ahead of their peers.” – Steven Broudy, former U.S. Army Special Operations, now sales director at Mulesoft, which sold to Salesforce for $6.5 billion.

“We’re purchasing books for our entire company because I know every employee will be better off personally and professionally for having read it.” – Bryce Maddock, CEO, TaskUs

Topics include:

  • How to start a career path and get the job you want

  • The secret to choosing a boss

  • How to optimize your online profiles

  • The truth about pay, benefits, and negotiations

  • Navigating workplace politics and networking

  • Transforming the way you speak and write

  • Building your brand

  • Prioritizing your time

  • When it’s time to launch your own company

And much more.

About Max Altschuler

A natural born entrepreneur, Max overcame obstacles to become one of the top sales and startup thought leaders of his generation. After building the supply side of the Udemy marketplace, now valued at over $1 billion, and AttorneyFee, which sold to LegalZoom, he launched his own startup, Sales Hacker. (In “Career Hacking,” he writes of the day he first saw $1 million in his bank account.)

Max’s first book, “Hacking Sales,” became a best-seller. A widely recognized thought leader, Max has been published by The Harvard Business Review, Money, Inc., Forbes, and many other outlets. An avid investor and advisor, he holds shares in over 50 hyper-growth private companies.

Passionate about helping fellow Millennials find success and live their best lives, Max serves as an advocate for his generation. He also likes to travel and has visited more than 80 countries.

Max grew up in Long Island, New York, graduated from Arizona State University, and launched his career in Silicon Valley. He now lives in Miami with his girlfriend Ashley Strommen and their dogs, Brie and Tini.

Learn more at getcareerhacking.com

“Max’s advice can be followed by almost anyone in almost any profession. This is the guidebook I wish I had when I was starting out… Career Hacking for Millennials would’ve saved me from learning the hard way, time and time again.” Falon Fatemi, once Google’s youngest employee, now co-founder and CEO of Node.io, backed by Mark Cuban and others

Source : Career Hacking LLC
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