On the Fast Track to Success

We knew Fatisha just “got us” when we read what she had to say about her INDEAL U learning experience, especially this part:

“As someone who is new to the industry, I believe I now have a great baseline of knowledge that would have otherwise taken me months to accumulate.”

Yes! That’s exactly why we launched INDEAL U (two years ago this month!) – to help shorten the road to success for new hires.

When we asked Fatisha how she sees herself applying her learnings to her career, she had this to say:

“The tips on what items to sell and when (i.e. ancillary items) were really helpful. No amount of reading about a product would have taught me when to sell certain products. I’m sure that otherwise, I would have learned the hard way and missed opportunities.”

She nailed it again! Lori’s all about making sure you learn from mistakes already made (“Don’t Forget the Freight!”) so that you can sell smarter.

And her favorite part of the INDEAL U program?

“The fact that the information is always there to go back to. I’ll likely need a refresher in the future, and I’ll be able to go back and brush up on my knowledge.”

You’re welcome back anytime, Fatisha! We’re constantly working on new content for current and future courses so that there’s always something new to learn too.

Readers, ready to learn more about Fatisha?

Q: What’s your favorite song to listen to when you need a break?
A:  You Rock My World by Michael Jackson

Q: If you could go back to school to study anything you wanted, what would you pick?
A: Furniture & textiles, and their impact on the environment

Q: What hobby would you get into if time and money weren’t an issue?
A:  Running an open shelter for stray animals

Q: What’s the most useless talent you have?
A: I can estimate calories really well?!

Q: What could you give a presentation on with absolutely no preparation?
A: Residential wide-loom textiles…or how much I love my dog

Q: If your life was a book, what would its title be?
A: Idealistic, Individualistic, and Very Impatient

Q: What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever received?
A: Memento Mori, live every day like it’s your last