Joe Nolan has only been with Cybba a little over a year, but has taken every opportunity to up his sales game from the start. From prospecting new clients to helping his team grow, Joe now plays a key role in business development here at Cybba.
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What do you do at Cybba?
I'm an Account Executive and I've been with Cybba for about a year and a half.
What does your day-to-day look like?
It varies! Some days are packed with discovery calls and meetings. Some days are dedicated solely to prospecting and researching new clients that fit the ideal Cybba partner persona.
What's the best career lesson you've learned so far?
Communication is key. Since coming to Cybba, not only has the management team been super supportive of me and my career progression, but they've created a detailed plan to help me continue to grow and learn.
How do you stay productive and motivated while working from home?
I stick to a structured routine and schedule. Working out has always been a passion of mine, so I make sure I start every day with a workout of some kind. This helps me stay focused for the day and not feel lazy, and keeps my head on straight.
What would you be doing if you weren't in sales?
If I weren't in sales, I would definitely be in sports. In college, a really good friend introduced me to Chip Kelly, who was coaching college football at the time. I was able to get an internship at ESPN through some mutual connections and it was a blast!
If you could switch places with anyone in the world who would it be and why?
Connor McGregor - it's not even a question! Connor McGregor is definitely my idol and I still have some of his posters up. I am a die hard fan for sure.
What's your guilty pleasure TV show?
I like that show You on Netflix alot. The main character is a bit creepy, but the show does an amazing job combining my two favorite genres: horror and romance.
What's your favorite restaurant in Boston?
Lolita Mexican. I love Mexican food and I love margaritas. Good vibes, good food, and probably the best margs in the city. I highly recommend.
Look at your phone. What's your most used emoji?
Where's the first place you're visiting after COVID?
I'm actually going to Ireland in September for a wedding, and hopefully COVID will be cleared by then. After that, I would love to go to Hawaii. I love warm weather and it just looks beautiful. Honestly, I really need a beach to lay out on all day.