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Q.How long does it take to see results?
A.It all depends on how much time you can allocate for job hunting. LIG is not a magic formula. If it takes you 1,000 hours of effort to find a good employment now, after LIG, it will take you 100 hours of effort. 1000s of people have already joined the program and transformed their careers. I wouldn’t have vouched for LIG if it wasn’t designed for success. I wouldn’t have risked my reputation. As I said many times, it just works. You just have to implement what you learn.
Q.What is the success rate in getting job interviews or passing job interviews?
A.It’s very high. Hundreds have benefited and more are benefiting everyday. Judging by the feedback I receive every day, I’d say in the scale of 50 to 70%. As long as you are willing to put in the work, success is guaranteed.
You will get those interviews with PwC Consulting, McKinsey, Unilever, P&G, and other multinational firms and also you will pass those interviews.
If you don’t, then I will personally work with you to get you the results you need. That’s how committed I am to your success.
Q.Why is it cheap? Other similar programs are 10 times the cost of LIG.
A.To start with, LIG is not cheap. It is affordable. When we first launched the program, we made the mistake of following our competitors and charging a high price of USD 1,200. This unfortunate decision priced out most people from developing countries. It was unfair to create a program that only the residents of the wealthiest nations could afford. While the revenue was significantly higher at that time, I am a lot happier now knowing that I make this invaluable resource available to everyone.
Q.Are there hidden packages or recurring charge?
A.Definitely not! There are no hidden packages or hidden charges attached to the program. You only purchase the training program once and you keep reaping the benefits forever.
Q.What do you mean by One-on-one online career support?
A.This comes as a big surprise to many. For some reason, most of you don’t believe that I can still provide answers to your questions without charging extra fee.
My support towards LIG students goes way beyond the training provided in this course. While you are only paying for a relatively small amount to buy the program, you are also automatically becoming a part of my inner circle. I am your consultant and here to help you get to the next level in your career, whether its finding jobs, passing interviews, getting that promotion, impressing your managers, transferring to new departments, helping you navigate office politics, and so on. It is as simple as that. I am not running a greedy business, trying to maximize profits. So, if I can continue to add value to your life, I will. And I don’t need to charge extra fee each time I answer your questions…
Q.What is your background?
A.Up until 3 months ago, I was a manager at PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers) Consulting in our strategy consulting business unit. In this role, I had the opportunity to work with over 200 clients from all around the world, helping them solve their most difficult problems and create strategies to maximize future opportunities. I have been a management consultant for about 10 years. Prior to management consulting, I was an analyst with Standard & Poor’s. I also have an MBA degree from Cass Business School of City University London and I am a champion sailor. I have been competitively sailing for the past 30 years.
When I left PwC, instead of continuing the work of management consulting, I have decided to go on a different route. I didn’t want to continue helping corporations become stronger and book higher profits. I wanted the people to get stronger. I wanted more of you to get the jobs you deserve. Because, I was there. I was even homeless after college for about 4 months and throughout my career I had my fair share of struggles until I made it happen. Unfortunately, most of you don’t really know how the real recruitment happens. It’s understandable though. You only hear from the recruiters and HR. Sadly, you are taking the very advice that you should be avoiding. That’s where I come in to give you a different perspective.