Jack Divney is a sales development representative at Segment, a customer data software company. He's a Colorado transplant who navigates the sales world when he’s not outside.
Jack is an avid skier, hiker, novice climber, and always looking for something new. He's been on a 40-day road trip across the U.S., traveled in Thailand for 20-days, and much more.
After graduating college a semester late, Jack took up a job as a substitute teacher in New Jersey. He later worked in sales at Xerox, but left the company when he decided he wanted to live in Colorado. Jack crashed on a friend's couch in Denver while pursuing a job at Education First. He got the position and remained there for over a year, until the pandemic limited operations. He then took the position at Segment.
In this episode we talk about:
How Jack got into sales
Making the most of working remotely
The most dangerous situations Jack has ever been in
How a road trip during college showed Jack the beauty of the Western U.S.
Why Jack initially moved to Colorado without a job
And the power of referrals
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