Title: Associate Account Executive
What has your experience at LogicMonitor been like?
I joined LogicMonitor through the acquisition of Unomaly in January 2019 and got to attend the RKO in Austin, which was an amazing experience. It was great to see the success of those already at LogicMonitor and it was truly motivating. I started my journey as a BDR then progressed to Senior BDR and was recently promoted to Associate AE.
What do you like most about working in sales?
No two days are the same. Every day comes with new challenges or scenarios that you haven’t seen before, which then lends itself to your problem-solving ability.
What is the most challenging part of your role?
With no day being the same and a lot of moving parts to coordinate, time management can be very challenging.
One of LogicMonitor’s core values is being Customer Obsessed. What does that mean to you?
Customer Obsessed is about putting the customer at the forefront of everything you do. It starts with knowing the customer’s business and their goals. Following that, it’s about what we can do to improve the customer’s journey and help them reach their goals.
What advice do you have for other sales professionals?
I’m very early into my sales career, so the best advice I’ve taken on and would give to others is to be as coachable as possible. It’s by far the easiest way to become good at anything.
If you could learn one new skill, what would it be?
It would be the ability to pick up new languages quickly. Being so close to Europe, it would be great to converse with people in their own language
What do you like to do in your free time?
In my free time, I like to travel and surf. Living in London does make that a little difficult but definitely adds to the travel aspect when looking for waves.
If you had to eat one meal every day for the rest of your life, what would it be?
I would definitely say sushi, there is a lot of variety you can go for and I love salmon.
What are some of your favorite places in London?
One of my favourite places to visit is Richmond Park. It’s a 17th Century deer park and although it’s in London, you still get that feeling of the outdoors. Other than that, there are loads of great old school pubs in and around London.