Elliott specializes in automotive, technology, gaming, web design, sports, sales, financial, banking, and many other types of compositions. Elliott does have a special passion for public speaking and writing speeches. However, Elliott enjoys nothing more than learning about new subjects, which means he can practically write about anything, including white paper content. As a content developer, his sales experience has been instrumental in bolstering his entrepreneurial ventures.
Elliott has always been a technology and sports fanatic. On his free time, you can find him on a basketball court, tennis court, or football field. If he is not there, he will be at the nearest Hobby Lobby, checking out all of the newest remote control cars or airplanes. A simple computer aisle at Best Buy can consume Elliott's attention for hours. His love for technology is based on its residual return, which makes his life easier every day.
Choosing the more secure professional path, Elliott chose to major in Finance. His passion for public speaking and communications would be instrumental Elliott's careers in sales, banking, and management.
Elliott has over four years in the automotive industry as a sales consultant and as a Finance Manager. He holds several "Salesman of the Month" awards and set the record for "5 Cars Sold in a Day" at his Toyota Dealership. Elliott prides himself on his intricate understanding of the consultative sales process and finance operations. He has also composed several automotive product descriptions, developed automotive website content, and implemented social media marketing.
Elliott couples his professional banking experience and his stellar writing ability to create informative and interesting compositions. Considering he has a B.S. in Finance, he brings a wealth of industry knowledge and introspect to all finance and banking subject matter. Elliott has composed several investment, business banking, and mortgage articles.
Elliott's educational background culminated in him receiving his B.S. in Finance from Florida State University. Afterwards, he immediately began working in the banking sector at Suntrust Bank. After he gained experience in consumer lending, personal investing, financial advisement, and mortgages; he chose to accept a wealth manager position at Wachovia Bank.
After the tumultuous economic crisis around 2007, Elliott wanted more of a sales-driven job. With clear intentions of being a finance manager at a dealership, Elliott began as a sales professional. Elliott became the resident product-knowledge guru, while he all but dominated sales achievements. His greatest accomplishment was breaking the dealership record by selling five vehicles in a day. Elliott's stellar salesmanship led management to begin orientating Elliott in the role of a Finance Manager. Elliott did eventually take a position as a Finance Manager, which gave Elliott experience in selling "paper" and in making the appropriate lending decision. IN addition, Elliott worked with his accounting department, sales managers, and the owner to propose annual projections, produce product forecasts, and ultimately set the dealership's sales goals.
Nothing helps Elliott unwind more than putting his Turtle Beach headset on and engaging in a few rounds of COD 2, Madden, Street Fighter, or Forza Motorsport. Elliott's love for gaming is only eclipsed by his passion for writing about gaming. He has created several game reviews, console reviews, and game previews. No one can provide more intuitive insight and information on gaming better than a gamer
Elliott's tenacity in the classroom was the result of his single mother's strong beliefs in the possibilities of an education . While his mother did attend college, she didn't graduate due to a pregnancy. As a result, Elliott adopted a no-nonsense type of approach toward everything to do with education. As he matured, he began to realize that an education offered much more than book-based knowledge. College students learn to cope with significant social pressures, continuously work under the pressure of deadlines, project management and leadership skills, and knowledge surrounding the best industry practices.
While all of these beneficial traits of an education are attractive, none of them compares to the value of confidence. Undoubtedly, a college education instills the individual with the ability to think outside of the box. In addition, college graduates have the confidence to tackle the really tough issues, which is highly desirable in the professional market. Simply put, Elliott believes the power of confidence can be equated to the difference between the impossible and an achievement.
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