Today we’d like to introduce you to Tom Pierson Best Seller.
It’s an honor to highlight your success on our platform. Do you mind telling us about the things you’ve been able to accomplish?
In 2018 I sold enough deals, and saved up enough money to write and market a book. By the end of the summer I was self published on amazon. A month after that I hit best seller status, which Is actually easy enough for anyone to do.
Between the pity of my breaking my back in a car accident a few months shortly after that, and the clout I have online because of my book,
The end of 2018 I’m offered a 2.55 redline compared to the 4.15 one I was used to. Since then my business has completely changed.
I suddenly became able to give away rooves from my commission, and my job became easier. The hours became less, and the Products I began to push continued to get greater.
Today with special pricing, if I sell a 0% ppa, it’s almost the same as having a 2.25 cost of doing business.
In solar “baselines” are popular now with aolar employees. However I have been doing the same idea since 2018. I tell home owners my costs, and I list out the adders. 9/10 times if I’m making 19k, and spending 15k on them, they’re cool with it.
I hardly call myself “successful” but I did manage to get 18 deals to install during Covid, between three different companies. I believe I had two cancels the next day , both stating the person who signed isn’t capable of signing for themselves. It is silly what people say!
Tell us about some of the memories you’ve made on your journey!
I really have no idea what this is supposed to mean, I wish paying hundreds of dollars got more than one word questions. I made a lot of memories? Pretty weird question to ask. Journey of what? To success? No one told me I had to be rich and done my journey to do this. I am on my journey as we speak, and have not arrived. I’m 26 years old, and no where near done to be able “look back” on “memories”.
What do you want to know about my first Christmas in diapers?
My best accomplishment was 3 years ago.
Ask me again in 40 years.
Do you have any final thoughts you would like to share with our audience?
Don’t spend your money on stuff like this, I am seriously disappointed.
Finally, how can people connect with you and learn more about what you do?