For most people, making the transition from the world of school into the world of work is a rude awakening. You’re shifting from a life where all the rules for obtaining success are all laid out for you — go to class, get good grades, get a degree, and, if you’re lucky, you’ll get a job when you graduate. Simple. But then what? Well, you’re on your own.
That’s where Smash The Learning Curve comes in — we will be your guide, your instructions to the game, a straightforward approach to creating a successful career in the workforce. The topics discussed on Smash The Learning Curve are a result of working with some of the brightest and most motivated people in New York City and beyond. Our mission here is to educate and motivate young professionals looking to advance their careers in a fun and accelerated way.
CREATOR: SMASH THE LEARNING CURVE
Justin Kitrosser started his career in the financial world and quickly shifted into his passion, real estate development. For the past seven years, Justin has worked with two of the top real estate firms in the country managing and marketing over $500 million dollars worth of real estate development in New York City, South Florida and the Caribbean. ”When I first entered the workforce, I made a lot of mistakes that could have been avoided. It would have saved me a lot of guesswork to have a website like this. After years of managing and training entry-level employees in the companies I worked for, I felt creating a website like Smash The Learning Curve would give young professionals the tools they needed to be successful from day one.”
Justin currently lives in New York City with his wife, Renee, who is an Account Director for one of the most prestigious publishing houses in the country managing Fortune 500 advertising campaigns. Smash The Learning Curve is a combination of their experience and wisdom, along with that of their colleagues and friends, throughout the business and creative world in New York City and beyond.
WE’RE LOOKING FOR EXPERTS
We’re growing the Smash The Learning Curve brand, and we’re looking for successful professionals that are passionate about sharing their knowledge. Smash The Learning Curve, Your Career, is just the beginning. If you’re interested in writing for Smash The Learning Curve, or starting a new topic under the Smash The Learning Curve brand, send us an email. We’re looking for guest bloggers, writers active in the workforce, and for experts in a wide variety of fields that are passionate about teaching. Interested in writing an ebook? We’re looking for people that have an advanced knowledge in their field to help write a series of straightforward beginner’s guides to a whole host of topics. Contact us to find out more!