The absurd majority of successful accountants I know, tons of Accounting Majors that already put this secret into action and MYSELF! have one thing in common. We’ve all built fast growing, top paying, fulfilling acounting careers based on one single foundation.

You can now get a copy of the full book where I share the detailed step-by-step action plan that you too can use to replicate our success and be the master of your own professional career.

But before we get into the how, let me share the story on…

How I Struck Gold and Came to Discover this Secret for Myself…

On a beautiful fall morning, thirty-something years ago, two eager friends started their Accounting Major at the same college. They were very much alike, these two young men. Both grew up in the same neighborhood and attended the same schools. They both had been better than average students and began college filled with ambitious dreams for the future.

After finishing college they were still very much alike.

Their drive and determination were still high —if not higher. Both ended their majors with a similar GPA. And both wanted to pursue a career in the same city.

Recently, these men returned to their college for their 25th reunion.

And one difference stood out. One of the men was local manager of a small department of a big national accounting firm. The other was its president.

What Made the Difference

Have you ever wondered, as I have, why two accounting students with similar possibilities end up at opposed ends in the professional world? It isn’t about native intelligence, determination or grades. It isn’t that one person wants success and the other doesn’t.

The difference lies in starting strong and using this head start to multiply your opportunities as your career develops.

And that is why I am writing to you today.

I want to give you the exact tools you need to start your professional accounting career strong. To build your business success on a solid foundation and create more opportunities for your life that you can imagine are possible right now.

And That Summer Completely Changed My Life

I did so well in that internship that I came back the next year for another one. And the year after that for my first full-time job!

It was all upwards after that. Getting promotions, being recruited by bigger firms and eventually becoming President of a national accounting firm.

You can do it, too.

I’m not the smartest guy around, but I was smart enough to create the best career opportunities for myself through my life.

And the best decision I ever made was taking that first internship.

That internship is the stepping-stone of my success story.

I wrote this book after 30 years in accounting. After taking the internship road myself and help to recruit hundreds of interns for the companies I’ve worked at.

If you use all the advice, insight and knowledge packed into this short book, your first step into the business world will be the key to your professional success.

In this book I will lay down for you the step-by-step plan on how to:

  • Get tons of interviews for potential internships, the easy way
  • Add value to your degree with real experience
  • Stand out from a huge crowd of competing candidates
  • Stop getting depressing rejection letters and emails
  • Get an internship at a Big 4 accounting firm
  • Beat hundreds of students competing with you for the same jobs

No experience or high grades required

Persistence is the Only Way To Finding a Job —FALSE!

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard accounting students and job seekers repeat that line.

I understand where it’s coming from, though.

With recent US crisis and more jobs being lost to AI, automation or outsourcing, there are fewer positions out there for majors looking to start their careers.

And accounting was supposed to be the “safe” major.

Ever heard that one?

Yeah, right! There are no more “safe” majors out there. All traditional industries are suffering, making competition stiffer than ever.

Fewer jobs mean more people are out there competing with you to get employed. And I’m not only talking about other accounting majors. There are also seasoned accountants and other professionals willing to take on entry-level jobs. Just for the sake of financial stability.

Work Smarter, Not Harder

This is not an argument against persistence. Persistence is great. It’s a quality that will help you on your path towards professional success. And with the (scarily true) scenario I just shared with you above, I will agree that persistence is good to have.

But you can still do a lot of things that will give you an edge against your competition, that have nothing to do with persistence.

Persistence is reactive. I’m talking about being proactive. Increasing your chances of success before you even start contacting accounting firms.

Think of professional athletes. I’m talking about the top %1, not your regular high school football star. These guys not only persist (train and practice every day), but the top competitors also eat better, sleep well, use technologies that others haven’t even heard of and do a lot of different things (sometimes really small and simple) that separate them from the crowd.

This is the exact reason why some highly talented athletes never make it to the big leagues and others not-so-talented folks do.

They make smarter decisions. Period.

I Know How Complete Rejection From Employers Feels Like

And I don’t want you to feel that, too

When you start applying for jobs or internships and the first responses you get back are ‘Sorry, we’re not looking for anyone at present’ it’s easy to think it’ll never happen.

I’ve been down that road and it’s not a happy one.

Everywhere I tried, I faced complete rejection. Even employment agencies were a waste of time.

This is why I don’t want YOU to rely on persistence. I’d hate for you to feel the same despair and anger I felt.

Persistence is necessary when things are not working the way you want to. If you can make your resume and application position you as THE BEST candidate —which I’ll help you achieve!— then you won’t need persistence.

You can cut down your internship-hunting process from months to weeks or even days if you know:

  • What to say to potential employers
  • When to say it
  • And how to say it better than the rest

I know people that had more than 50 interviews over 8 or 9 months before they got offered a job that was barely enough to cover living expenses.

Waiting for so long will screw with your head. And by the time you get an offer, you’ll be pressured into saying ‘yes’ to whatever they throw your way.

That’s the worst place to be at in a negotiation. You want to be in control and make a decision that works best for YOU.

If you know how to trick every step of the application process and stand out from the rest of the people competing with you for the same position, you’ll get more interviews.

Having more options means you’ll be able to negotiate harder and pick where you want to intern at.

Instead of chasing for internships, you’ll have accounting firms chasing you.

If You Think You’re Still Unqualified for Internships

Let me remove that thought from your head right now.

That’s not true. It simply isn’t.

The fact you chose accounting as your major already makes you qualified for an internship.

It’s not about your real experience, cause only a few students have practical field experience at this stage. It’s about how you position yourself during the application process that makes a difference.

Employers spend roughly 8-10 seconds looking at your resume before deciding to dump it or keep looking. The trick is making you stand out in that exact moment. I guarantee your resume will have an edge after you’ve put the simple tricks I’ll share with you into practice.

And I won’t stop there.

I can give you hacks, tips and advice for each step of the application process. You’ll be able to easily use them to persuade any recruiter after you are done with my teachings.

It’s as Easy as Getting Your Foot in the Door

A successful accounting career depends a big deal on how you start it. An internship is the perfect way to start your career strong.

If you are already convinced that you don’t want to intern and that you’ll go after a part-time or full-time job, then this book (and all the insights people get out of it) is not going to be a great fit for you.

Otherwise, let me tell you why an internship is the easiest, fastest and more reliable way to becoming a professional accountant, while you are still wrapping up college.

  • It’s dramatically easier getting an internship than a full-time job.
  • Accounting firms actively look for students to fill internships. It’s the path of less resistance for you and them.
  • You can seamlessly fit an internship into your college life and do great at both.
  • An internship will stand out in your resume, when you decide to go looking for your first full-time job.
  • Many internships turn into full-time positions after you are done with college. It’s an easy transition for a company that already trusts you.
  • Landing an internship takes A LOT less knowledge than what you need to get a full-time paid position.
  • Internships require zero field experience.

It’s as Easy as Getting Your Foot in the Door

A successful accounting career depends a big deal on how you start it. An internship is the perfect way to start your career strong.

If you are already convinced that you don’t want to intern and that you’ll go after a part-time or full-time job, then this book (and all the insights people get out of it) is not going to be a great fit for you.

Otherwise, let me tell you why an internship is the easiest, fastest and more reliable way to becoming a professional accountant, while you are still wrapping up college.

  • It’s dramatically easier getting an internship than a full-time job.
  • Accounting firms actively look for students to fill internships. It’s the path of less resistance for you and them.
  • You can seamlessly fit an internship into your college life and do great at both.
  • An internship will stand out in your resume, when you decide to go looking for your first full-time job.
  • Many internships turn into full-time positions after you are done with college. It’s an easy transition for a company that already trusts you.
  • Landing an internship takes A LOT less knowledge than what you need to get a full-time paid position.
  • Internships require zero field experience.

So, Why Overcomplicate Things?

An internship will get your foot in the door. You’ll be able to learn the ropes, build your confidence and network with people that will further your career for years to come…

All of that without the extreme pressure and competition that comes from a full-time gig.

And don’t even get me started on what a 9 to 5 job could do to your GPA. It’s extremely difficult —if not downright impossible— juggling classes, extracurricular activities and finals along with your first ever job (which usually comes with a boss and too many responsibilities).

There’s an Internship Out There for You

Why go for the highly competitive, soul-crushing ordeal of a full-time job during college.

I’ll show you how to get an internship (you can get paid for those too!) just by following 12 simple steps.

Yes, that’s exactly how many chapters you’ll find in my book. And each chapter focuses on one single thing you can do to beat your competition and get an internship.

The book is written in an informal, conversational way. This won’t be like reading one of those dense accounting books you are used to in college.

This is light reading for someone of your caliber.

Each chapter is packed with actionable insight that you can use to improve your resume, cover letter, interviewing skills and anything else you’ll need to make recruiters eager to interview you.

You can breeze through it in a few hours and start using all the tips you’ll find in there, right away.

You’ll up your game in days and we’ll be ready to apply for internships in no time.

Just make sure you have time open on your calendar to deal with all the interviews you’ll be getting 😉

Hit the Ground Running After You Graduate

An internship is an attention grabber when competing for jobs.

I’ve seen it again and again with the people I’ve helped get hired and with all the majors that have already taken my teachings to heart.

They get an internship and then —provided they do a good job at it— jobs start coming fast at them.

I’ve seen people go from zero experience to interns, to getting a full-time employment offer at a Big 4.

Heck! Most of my mentees have been offered positions at a top 10 accounting firm and I firmly believe their (limited) experience as interns made that possible.

Moving up the professional ladder is easier once you have a firm grasp and both of your feet on the ladder. Getting into the industry is the hardest, but once in, it’s easier to jump from job to job.

And business owners love to see drive in possible candidates. That’s why internships are a big factor in your chances of getting promoted, recruited and hired up at a new company.

Why Should You Even Listen to Me?

You Shouldn’t.

At least not before getting to know me a little bit better.

Going to college was not an easy decision. I was down on money and I had no one to ask for help if I needed to.

My expenses were planned down to the nickel. No wild parties. No mocha lattes. No road trips with friends.

And of course, it only got worse with student’s loans creeping on me like a crazy ex-girlfriend.

Throw me a pity party, right?

Anyway… I just knew I had to keep my priorities in check if I wanted to graduate.

So I started to hunt for any source of income to finish my accounting major.

My first attempt was asking for advice from my family.

Mom and Pop were blue-collar employees. That’s great and they’ve provided everything I needed to progress in life. But their only suggestion was to find a part-time job and I wasn’t keen on following that same road.

Then I talked to some seniors and even a couple of professors.

None of them had any real expertise outside the academic world. And guess what… there’s not much money to be made in the academic world.

My hunt was falling apart and I started feeling desperate.

But in the summer before my junior year, I met someone who would change my career forever.

I had struck gold…

This guy was friends with my dad in high school. My old man invited him home one night after bumping into him at the mall, and I ended up eating dinner with him.

Guess what?

He took accounting after school and knew a guy working at a Big 4 accounting firm who was looking for fresh students to do a paid internship.

What are the odds?

I immediately told him I’d love to get a referral. His answer?

“Not so fast kiddo…”

He had me meet him at his office the next morning. I was there at 9 am looking sharp.

Or so I thought…

He told me I wasn’t looking that sharp —at least not for an interview at a Big 4.

My resume was a mess. And I didn’t even know what a cover letter was until he brought it up.

I’m so glad he didn’t just throw me to the wolves…

I would have failed that interview miserably and made him look awful in the process.

But no, this guy was really committed to helping me.

He showed me what to put on my resume and even drafted a cover letter with me that same morning. On his advice, I borrowed one of dad’s fancy suits for the interview. He even shared a few one-liners that I could use during the interview to sound like a pro.

Then the magic happened.

I landed the internship. It was a paid one.

That summer completely changed my life.

Not only would I never have to worry about my finances again, but I did so well in that internship that I came back the next year for another one. And the year after that for my first full-time job!

And it all came down to luck (and then a lot of help)!

If my dad hadn’t bumped into this guy at the mall, who knows where my career would be at today?

Or if I’d even have one…

That’s why I feel morally obligated to write this book.

And to share with you the expert advice I’ve learned from my dad’s friend and my 30 years in accounting.

I don’t want your professional success to hang on a miracle, magic or plain luck.

A great career starts with a single first step.

If you use all the advice, insight and knowledge packed into this short book, your first step into the business world will be the key to your professional success.

Let’s take that step together.

Why Should You Even Listen to Me?

You Shouldn’t.

At least not before getting to know me a little bit better.

Going to college was not an easy decision. I was down on money and I had no one to ask for help if I needed to.

My expenses were planned down to the nickel. No wild parties. No mocha lattes. No road trips with friends.

And of course, it only got worse with student’s loans creeping on me like a crazy ex-girlfriend.

Throw me a pity party, right?

Anyway… I just knew I had to keep my priorities in check if I wanted to graduate.

So I started to hunt for any source of income to finish my accounting major.

My first attempt was asking for advice from my family.

Mom and Pop were blue-collar employees. That’s great and they’ve provided everything I needed to progress in life. But their only suggestion was to find a part-time job and I wasn’t keen on following that same road.

Then I talked to some seniors and even a couple of professors.

None of them had any real expertise outside the academic world. And guess what… there’s not much money to be made in the academic world.

My hunt was falling apart and I started feeling desperate.

But in the summer before my junior year, I met someone who would change my career forever.

I had struck gold…

This guy was friends with my dad in high school. My old man invited him home one night after bumping into him at the mall, and I ended up eating dinner with him.

Guess what?

He took accounting after school and knew a guy working at a Big 4 accounting firm who was looking for fresh students to do a paid internship.

What are the odds?

I immediately told him I’d love to get a referral. His answer?

“Not so fast kiddo…”

He had me meet him at his office the next morning. I was there at 9 am looking sharp.

Or so I thought…

He told me I wasn’t looking that sharp —at least not for an interview at a Big 4.

My resume was a mess. And I didn’t even know what a cover letter was until he brought it up.

I’m so glad he didn’t just throw me to the wolves…

I would have failed that interview miserably and made him look awful in the process.

But no, this guy was really committed to helping me.

He showed me what to put on my resume and even drafted a cover letter with me that same morning. On his advice, I borrowed one of dad’s fancy suits for the interview. He even shared a few one-liners that I could use during the interview to sound like a pro.

Then the magic happened.

I landed the internship. It was a paid one.

That summer completely changed my life.

Not only would I never have to worry about my finances again, but I did so well in that internship that I came back the next year for another one. And the year after that for my first full-time job!

And it all came down to luck (and then a lot of help)!

If my dad hadn’t bumped into this guy at the mall, who knows where my career would be at today?

Or if I’d even have one…

That’s why I feel morally obligated to write this book.

And to share with you the expert advice I’ve learned from my dad’s friend and my 30 years in accounting.

I don’t want your professional success to hang on a miracle, magic or plain luck.

A great career starts with a single first step.

If you use all the advice, insight and knowledge packed into this short book, your first step into the business world will be the key to your professional success.

Let’s take that step together.

Follow the Simple Step-by-step Guide in This Book and You’ll Be Able To

  • Have a great looking resume that will be a major asset during your whole career, so that you make sure you always get hired up and can negotiate better salaries.
  • Land the holy grail of internships… the PAID internship, and enjoy some extra cash next summer.
  • Discover how to navigate and NAIL job interviews, making employers eager to make you part of their team.
  • Easily transition from college student into the workspace.
  • Kickstart your successful professional career.
  • Get a job at a big 4 accounting firm.
  • Have companies chasing after you, instead of fighting for low-paid positions.

Are you an international student? Add these to the list!

  • Getting a long-term visa it’s a lot easier if you do white collar work.
  • Enjoy a big salary bump if you can prove your experience, once you go back to the country you call home.
  • If you choose to stay in the US, you’ll need relevant working experience. There’s no easier way to get it than an internship.

Take a Look at What Some of My Mentees Are Saying

George is a master at this. He’s taken me from average student to big shot accountant in a matter of years. I owe him my entire career.

Lawrie I. / Current Manager

This is exactly what I needed to get some work experience in the accounting field.

Martha F. / Current Intern

I have applied for plenty of internships but even those required at least a year of experience. I never heard back from any of them until I used George’s ideas.

Aaron D. / Current Credit Analysis Manager

The value of our degree keeps dropping. There is no point in getting a masters or passing the CPA without work experience in the field. This book has turned my career upside down and took my degree to a whole new level.

Keeleigh S. / Current Budget Analyst

I was skeptical on how big an impact George’s words would have, so I made some quick changes to my resume following the resume chapter. I immediately started getting interviews!! And that was only after using one chapter’s insights!

Meagan D. / Current Assistant Controller

How do you get experience if nobody will hire you without it? This is how!

Jon B. / Current Treasury Analyst

I am interning at a Big 4 and eyeing a full-time offer the next year.

Emily S. / Current Intern

Very little jobs exist in my field. I got one after reading George’s book, following each one of his magic tips and doing a 6-month internship.

Harper P. / Current Government Accountant

Why Getting Your First Accounting Internship is the Key to Your Professional Success

And How to Make Sure You Get One This Summer

The book is broken down into 12 chapters.

On each chapter, you will find simple, insightful and —most importantly— easy-to-follow advice on how to forward your career with an internship.

They are an accurate compilation of the most effective ideas and strategies that I have used (and helped others use) to get hired for full-time jobs and internships, all across the country.

The book is written in such a down to earth and pragmatic way, that you’ll not only have fun reading it, but it’ll be downright impossible not to become successful by following what I teach you there.

Here is the actual content chapter by chapter:

1. Who Is This Book For?

2. Why Should You Even Listen to Me?

3. The Basics: Your Resume

4. The Basics: Your Cover Letter

5. The Basics: Your LinkedIn Profile

6. The Basics: Your Social Media Profiles

7. Your Internship Spirit Animal

8. Reaching Out to Accounting Firms

9. You Got an Interview. Now What?

10. Success, You Are Hired: How Not to Bomb Your Internship

11. Next Steps to Building Your Career

12. Subscribe to Get More Resources

How Much Does This Book Cost?

Before I tell you how much it costs, let me tell you how much it DOESN’T.

  • You’ll be able to rewrite your resume to make you stand out and start getting calls for interviews. BUT it won’t cost you the $300 or upward fee that a specialist resume write will charge you to rewrite it for you, using the same techniques and ideas that I will share with you.
  • You’ll be able to write effective, passionate cover letters that move employers and convince them that you deserve a chance at their companies. BUT it won’t cost you the $250 fee that a cover letter writing service will charge you (with an extra $60 or so if you need a rush job done).
  • You’ll know exactly what to include on your LinkedIn profile and how to prepare your social media to entice recruiters. BUT it won’t cost you $50 per social media profile that an expert agency will charge you to ‘cleanse’ your online persona.
  • You’ll learn the etiquette and norms on how to navigate an interview. You’ll go to interviews oozing confidence and knowing what to say and when. BUT it won’t cost you $500 or $1,000 or whatever pulled-out-of-thin-air price a “life” coach will charge you to get you mentally prepared for it.
  • You’ll be armed with knowledge on how to handle yourself after getting an internship and what are the best next steps you need to take to continue in your path towards success. BUT it won’t cost you the $3,000 a career coach will charge you to work on the same issues with you (and arrive at the same conclusions that you’ll find in the book).

If my math is correct —and it is, cause I’m a pretty good accountant ;)— that’s

at least $4,600 in fees

that you WON’T be figuring out how to pay.

I understand that you are a student and you probably don’t have a disposable income yet.

Furthermore, I have nothing but empathy for your generation. After all, it was us (the baby boomers) that ruined the economy for you and gave you the crippling debt of record-high student loans.

I have a moral obligation to pricing this book accordingly.

I would have priced it even lower but I still need to cover minimum costs and online expenses.

How Much Does This Book Cost?

Before I tell you how much it costs, let me tell you how much it DOESN’T.

  • You’ll be able to rewrite your resume to make you stand out and start getting calls for interviews. BUT it won’t cost you the $300 or upward fee that a specialist resume write will charge you to rewrite it for you, using the same techniques and ideas that I will share with you.
  • You’ll be able to write effective, passionate cover letters that move employers and convince them that you deserve a chance at their companies. BUT it won’t cost you the $250 fee that a cover letter writing service will charge you (with an extra $60 or so if you need a rush job done).
  • You’ll know exactly what to include on your LinkedIn profile and how to prepare your social media to entice recruiters. BUT it won’t cost you $50 per social media profile that an expert agency will charge you to ‘cleanse’ your online persona.
  • You’ll learn the etiquette and norms on how to navigate an interview. You’ll go to interviews oozing confidence and knowing what to say and when. BUT it won’t cost you $500 or $1,000 or whatever pulled-out-of-thin-air price a “life” coach will charge you to get you mentally prepared for it.
  • You’ll be armed with knowledge on how to handle yourself after getting an internship and what are the best next steps you need to take to continue in your path towards success. BUT it won’t cost you the $3,000 a career coach will charge you to work on the same issues with you (and arrive at the same conclusions that you’ll find in the book).

If my math is correct —and it is, cause I’m a pretty good accountant ;)— that’s

at least $4,600 in fees

that you WON’T be figuring out how to pay.

I understand that you are a student and you probably don’t have a disposable income yet.

Furthermore, I have nothing but empathy for your generation. After all, it was us (the baby boomers) that ruined the economy for you and gave you the crippling debt of record-high student loans.

I have a moral obligation to pricing this book accordingly.

I would have priced it even lower but I still need to cover minimum costs and online expenses.

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I can promise you that this book is easily worth 100 times the $2.99 I’m asking for it. Considering you can build your entire professional career off the back of one single book like I did, then you are going to make these $2.99 back many times over.

I’ve Never Shared My Teachings Online
and I’m Not Sure I’ll Keep Doing It for Long

In the past, every time I wanted to help one of my mentees get an internship or land their dream job in accounting, I’ve always done it face to face.

I might coach people through the phone from time to time, but those are still 1-on-1 interactions.

The reason I’m telling you this is because I’m concerned about the power the Internet has in multiplying my message.

It’s quite a dilemma, actually.

I want to share what I know and what I’ve laid out in this book with as many people as possible. So that they too can enjoy the personal and financial satisfaction of building the professional career that they dream of, today.

And at the same time…

I’m not fond of the idea of getting this book in the hands of every accounting major out there.

Why?

This book is about giving you an edge. Providing you with the tools and ideas to beat your competition on every turn. If everybody can replicate those same ideas, then no one will stand out.

My teachings will become a commodity and I’d be dead before I allow that to happen.

That’s why…

** I’m selling a LIMITED AMOUNT of copies for $2.99,
then removing the book from the Internet **

That’s right.

This is about me helping accounting students like YOU get a BIG WIN in your life. It’s not about selling as many books as possible to make a profit (I have my career to take care of that, thank you…)

And if I sell hundreds of thousands of books, then the probability of you getting a competitive advantage out of it will lower dramatically.

So… if you are seriously considering starting a successful career in accounting today, then you need to act fast.

GET YOUR $2.99 COPY FOR A LIMITED TIME

Place your order through our secure servers

After 50 copies go out, I’ll put this site on standby and remove the book from the Internet. I will no longer offer my teachings as a fully digitized and downloadable asset and will go back t o1-on-1 teachings for a selected few that are willing to pay at least 100 times what I’m charging for the book, in order to further their careers.

That’s how dead serious I feel about limiting the amount of people that will be able to get a copy of Why Getting Your First Accounting Internship is the Key to Your Professional Success – And How to Make Sure You Get One This Summer

GET YOUR $2.99 COPY FOR A LIMITED TIME

Place your order through our secure servers

I’ve Never Shared My Teachings Online
and I’m Not Sure I’ll Keep Doing It for Long

In the past, every time I wanted to help one of my mentees get an internship or land their dream job in accounting, I’ve always done it face to face.

I might coach people through the phone from time to time, but those are still 1-on-1 interactions.

The reason I’m telling you this is because I’m concerned about the power the Internet has in multiplying my message.

It’s quite a dilemma, actually.

I want to share what I know and what I’ve laid out in this book with as many people as possible. So that they too can enjoy the personal and financial satisfaction of building the professional career that they dream of, today.

And at the same time…

I’m not fond of the idea of getting this book in the hands of every accounting major out there.

Why?

This book is about giving you an edge. Providing you with the tools and ideas to beat your competition on every turn. If everybody can replicate those same ideas, then no one will stand out.

My teachings will become a commodity and I’d be dead before I allow that to happen.

That’s why…

** I’m selling a LIMITED AMOUNT of copies for $2.99,
then removing the book from the Internet **

That’s right.

This is about me helping accounting students like YOU get a BIG WIN in your life. It’s not about selling as many books as possible to make a profit (I have my career to take care of that, thank you…)

And if I sell hundreds of thousands of books, then the probability of you getting a competitive advantage out of it will lower dramatically.

So… if you are seriously considering starting a successful career in accounting today, then you need to act fast.

GET YOUR $2.99 COPY FOR A LIMITED TIME

Place your order through our secure servers

After 50 copies go out, I’ll put this site on standby and remove the book from the Internet. I will no longer offer my teachings as a fully digitized and downloadable asset and will go back t o1-on-1 teachings for a selected few that are willing to pay at least 100 times what I’m charging for the book, in order to further their careers.

That’s how dead serious I feel about limiting the amount of people that will be able to get a copy of Why Getting Your First Accounting Internship is the Key to Your Professional Success – And How to Make Sure You Get One This Summer

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If you are among the selected few that chooses to get one of the fifty copies I’m willing to give out, I want to protect your investment.

I know how tight money can be as a student —if you read my personal story a few paragraphs above, you’ll understand why I say this :)— and I’m willing to go out of my way to make sure you make your money back.

Get the book now and you’ll have 90 days to prove yourself (and me!) that it’s going to change your life. You do have to pay for the book now. But if you put at least a handful of my teachings in action and still can’t land an internship… if you are certain this book won’t put you in the right track towards professional success and profit… I will simply give you a full refund of $2.99 any time within 90 days after your purchase.

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I can’t wait to see you become one of the fifty lucky accounting majors that will go out and create massive success for their careers and lives.

Miss out on this opportunity and you risk:

  • Spinning the wheels of your professional career for a few more years to come.
  • Getting more of those hurtful rejection letters when applying to job postings and internships.
  • Wasting time to further yourself while being a student, instead of waiting until you’ve graduated and are unemployed.
  • Losing the edge you have NOW against fellow students competing for the same internships as you are.
  • Acquiring the life-changing wisdom that comes from getting real accounting work experience and the major effect it will have in your future.
  • Starting your professional career on solid ground that will put you in power to negotiate future promotions, salaries and benefits.
  • Discovering the tools and hacks that will help you beat students with higher grades and well-connected daddies.

To your professional success,

George Montgomery

P.S. — As my grandmother said, ‘The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again when it doesn’t work. So if you keep doing what you’re doing now, you’ll be in the same place next year.”

You can break the pattern today. You don’t have to continue facing rejection and you certainly don’t have to give up on your dream of starting a career in accounting.

Follow the simple ideas you’ll find in my book and you’ll have a resume that passes the 8-second test (the amount of time a recruiter looks at your resume before deciding if you are worth it or not). You’ll be able to write a cover letter that positions you as a great fit for any accounting firm looking for interns and gets employers calling you for interviews. You’ll know how to reach out to accounting firms and which company will bring the most value to your career at this stage. You’ll pass your interviews with flying colors (no matter who you are competing against). And you’ll know exactly what to do and how to behave during your internship, to keep your employer happy and enjoy an easy transition towards your first full-time job in accounting.

There are countless actionable tips I delve into in this book, drawn from my own experience. If you’ve ever been struggling to begin your career in accounting this instructive, explanatory manual shows you how — in a way that’s harder to fail with, than massively succeed.

P.P.S. — Remember you have my 90 days money back guarantee. If you apply what’s in the book and your life hasn’t changed in the next 90 days, I will issue you a full refund.

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