Doing a Ride-A-Long does not guarantee any improved chances of getting a medical sales position or any income level. You agree that whatever you learn during the Ride-A-Long is only one persons’ advice and you take full responsibility for any actions taken from what you learn. Nothing is guaranteed from this coaching opportunity.
You will be required to get yourself to the Chicagoland area where I will pick you up. You’ll spend a full day with me in the car, at accounts, running inventory, setting up cases, calling on customers and sitting in on business meetings. We will set aside time to work on your situation as well, whether that is updating your resume, improving your LinkedIn profile, identifying Companies and People to connect with or preparing for upcoming interviews – whatever stage of the process you are in, we will adjust to make it productive for you.
Understand, I cannot bring you into any of the cases/surgeries I have going, and many hospitals/surgery centers will not allow non-credentialed people into the key areas of the accounts. In those cases, you would be required to wait in the waiting area while I took care of whatever task needed to be done.
The upside is that you would see exactly what the day-to-day of a medical device sales rep actually looks like as I go through my day. While in the car or stopping at coffee shops, you would be able to ask any and all questions you want about the medical sales industry, my experience, what you should be considering, etc. I will give you extremely personalized advice based on my experience and what I think would be best.