Salesforce MVP 2020 Success Journey about Jake Brushafer
Jake Brushafer, has been awarded as Salesforce MVP Title in March 2020 for his exceptional contribution to Trailblazer Community. His leadership skills, Milwaukee Salesforce Saturday & Milwaukee Salesforce Dev group leader contribution with Trailblazer community, ability to share knowledge has inspired the Trailblazer Community members.
Here is Jake Brushafer Salesforce MVP success journey in his own words about self – motivation, future goals, insights and advice for future Salesforce MVP aspirants and trailblazers.
Brief Introduction about yourself and your journey with Salesforce?
Stated out as an part time admin and then moved into consulting in 2013. From their I discovered the benefits of the platform. Earned some certifications in my first couple of years. In 2018 I got stated with Milwaukee Salesforce Saturday and Milwaukee Salesforce Dev group. I love answering questions in the Trailblazer community and picking up badges on Trailhead.
When did you first hear about Salesforce?
2013 when i was asked to help admin an org
What Motivated you to become an Salesforce MVP?
MVP was a by product of my passion to help out my community local and online with Salesforce issue and teaching people the benefits of the platform.
Did you have any Mentors if so what was their role during your journey towards MVP?
I didn’t really have any Mentors but I had lots of support from my Mangers at Penrod and support from other local User group leaders.
What would be your best definition of Salesforce MVP?
Someone who gives back tot he community in any way they can.
How does it feel being an MVP compared to a Trailblazer?
To be honest it does not feel that much different.
What are your future goals and how have you planned to accomplish it?
I would like to keep MVP but also I would like to be a CTA one day.
Your Insights and advice for future MVP aspirants and beginners apart from Trailhead and Salesforce certifications
Share what you know, don’t be afraid to speak up and don’t be afraid to say hi to others.
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Thank you Jake Brushafer for sharing your Salesforce MVP Success Journey. You are truly a great inspiration to many of us.