It took me a while to find my dream job. Like most people, I had my share of hard-ache and disappointment, of grinding through late nights and under-appreciation, and the always unpleasant sensation that life had passing me by. That’s when I decided to become a ticket broker. And now, as I look back, I appreciate those initial struggles for all their contributions to the work ethic I have today.

Job #1

In my first job out of college, an amazing opportunity presented itself to me to become a managing partner of a Restaurant Group. Any 22-year-old would jump at the opportunity to “own” something, right? Over the next year, the restaurant grew from 1 to 3 to 5 franchises. My young, naïve self worked 100-hour weeks while managing 200 people in 5 restaurants across 4 states. I thought I was king of the world- I mean, who wouldn’t?! I owned my own business. Sure enough, reality set in. By year two, I was completely burnt out. 4 of the 5 restaurants went under and the 100 hour, 7-day work weeks got the best of me. I decided to leave the restaurateur pipe dream and moved my penniless-self back home with mom and dad.

Job #2

Career number two presented a new challenge. At the time, I only knew the hospitality business, so I dove headfirst into Wedding/Catering Sales. The first year was a doozy. This was a full-on, ‘build your book from scratch’ sales job. I had to wear a suit every day, attend networking events 3-4 days per week, schedule meetings with decision-makers, make cold-calls, knock on every business door in the Metropolitan area, etc.. By year two, I had built my book to 30 weddings and 20 corporate clients and by year three, 50 weddings and 50 corporate clients. The business was thriving, but sadly I was not. Once again, that burnt-out phase hit me like a ton of bricks.

Job #3

Career option three- I thought it was the one. A sales job with a 9-state territory! On the road for five days per week, sleeping in hotels and eating fast food on the turnpike while speeding to my appointment in no-man’s-land Pennsylvania. Yea, that lasted about 9 months.

The Best Career Move I Ever Made

My next career needed to be more rewarding; something I would have fun doing. Being on my feet, traveling all the time, wearing suits and networking- I wanted to work from home, have more time for my growing family, and most importantly, more time for myself- I wanted freedom. That’s when I came across Ticket Broker U. Call it lucky timing, but my past experience of sales, hustle, and desire for flexibility meshed perfectly with the ticket broker world. Working as a Ticket Broker has given me all of the above and I couldn’t be happier with my new lifestyle.

I now spend my days leading a team of brokers through the complex world of ticket resale. With a strong focus on data analysis and insight from industry-specific tools, I have gained an understanding of the wide-ranging aspects of the sales world while broadening my abilities as a professional. I work from home and have the flexibility to work around my own schedule. Every day brings a new challenge that keeps me constantly on my toes. 

Make The Jump

If you find yourself looking for something new, something that gives you the freedom to work from home, something where you’re directly rewarded for your hard work, give TBU a try. Ticket Broker U turns everyday folks into professional ticket brokers. Whether you’re starting from scratch or a seasoned veteran of reselling tickets, flipping sneakers, or swapping vintage clothing, they give you everything you need to succeed. They offer 100% financial backing and a unique array of industry-specific tools to evaluate the primary and secondary markets. If you want to become a ticket broker, they can show you how.

Ticket Broker U teaches you the best methods for online ticket evaluation and passes along broker secrets to capitalize on resale. And did I mention the 100% financial backing? If you understand arbitrage, then look no further. Let TBU teach you how to become a profitable ticket broker!

Written by Tyler C.

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