Suggestions for improvement
- I love our National Conferences, but I'd like to see more Regional Conferences too.
What I like about the company
Before N2, I was a director at a nonprofit, and my 7 day work schedule was interfering with my personal life (and quite frankly, my sanity). I've always been the type of person works with all of my effort and dedication, so I wanted a job that compensated competitively for that. When I found N2 on Glassdoor I was intrigued but not fully convinced that it wasn't a pyramid sales gig, but after the surprisingly vigorous interview process and training I knew this was a cool opportunity. I'm able to apply my hard work ethics with the clear cut program and make a ton of money. N2 lays it all out for you - if you follow the program, you will succeed. No question.
One of my favorite aspects of working with N2 is that while I'm operating autonomously in my day to day work, I never feel alone. If I'm in a bind and have a question, or if I just have an awesome week and want to share the excitement, I have at least 10-20 people I can call on. This number grows after every N2 National Conference, as I meet the amazing people of N2 from all around the country. The people of N2 are by far the company's greatest asset and I'm proud to call myself one of the team.
Now for the honest truth – let’s go back to the hard work I talked about in the beginning. This job is not for the lazy. This is not a job for those who dream of doing zero work at their day job and still getting paid. This job requires motivation and long term vision, and at times, a big glass of wine at the end of a really, really hard day. There have been times where I have given up the mental battle and just can't help but cry it out. That being said, the pros outweigh the cons a thousand times over. I'm pretty sure I won't be crying when I'm making more in a month than I did in a year at the nonprofit I started at.
What I dislike about the company
It takes time to get your publication to print, but N2 has already put steps in place to make this stage easier than when I was starting up.