This dude from MentorMe.co says he can show ya how to make $250k per year working as a scrum master. Oh, and you can do it working less than five hours a week. Hundred percent guaranteed. Skeptical? Me too, but let’s hear him out, shall we? “So essentially, our company Mentor Me, will guarantee you three key results,” he says. “The first is that we’ll train and reposition you to take on what’s called a scrum master role.”
“It’s a management level role where you oversee software development teams,” he continues. “Okay, that’s the first thing. Second thing is we’ll help you identify companies that need scrum masters. Alright? And the third thing is, we’ll teach you the method to reach out to those companies. It’s the exact method I used that got me making $250k a year. It’s the same method that our students used to get the insane results that they do. And then once you’re working on the job?”
“We’ll continue training you, continue supporting you. We do anything and everything to ensure that you’re successful in your new job as a scrum master. And the best part about this entire thing is that it’s 100% guaranteed. Which means, if you don’t get placed in less than 30 days, we will personally work with you for as long as it takes until you do. [Ah, yes, the classic non-guarantee guarantee. You don’t get your money back but we’ll keep doing more of what didn’t work during month one.]”
Nonetheless, one of their students, Rajesh, went from making $38k as a quality assurance analyst, to making $95k as a scrum master. And he did that in just 12 weeks. Another MentorMe member, Michael, went from making $45k as a business analyst, to making $110k as a scrum master. And he did it in eight weeks. Then there’s Hamman. He was bringing in about $80k as a developer before. Six months after joining MentorMe’s Agile Mentorship, he had jumped to $182k in his new scrum master role.
There’s more. Natalie went from earning $120k as a project manager, all the way up to $205k, as a scrum master, in just 10 weeks. Airah jumped from $105k as a business analyst, to $170k as a scrum master. Took her 10 weeks as well. “Now if you’re listening to this thinking they’ve done it themselves and they’ve helped countless students do it too,” dude’s pitch continues, “and they’re promising and guaranteeing that they’ll work with me as long as it takes in order to get the exact same results?”
“And you wanna book a call? Then go ahead, book a call at MentorMe.co. We’ll answer any questions you have. And obviously, on that call we’ll tell you if we think this is a good fit for you. But if you wanna know why this works so well? The key is mentorship. It’s one thing to learn something on your own; it’s a completely different experience to learn something from someone that’s gone through your exact journey. Right, someone that can hold your hand through the entire process. Not just one person but an entire team.”
Inside, you’ll have access to both scrum masters and agile coaches that are amongst the top 5% of professionals in the industry today. Some of ’em are making over $1 million a year. These mentors will serve you as you’re going through the training and the exercises and whatnot. There’s mock interviews, in-house recruiters, resume assistance, and then ongoing alumni support once you land a job. The way this dude sees it, there’s not way you can fail. But what’s this gonna cost? How long’s it gonna take? And why promise $250k a year if you’re the only one making that much?