Category Archives: Employment Advice
Finding jobs these days is a very competitive and sometimes ruthless affairs. However, if you find that you enjoy meeting new people and helping them to find their needs, then, you got a foot in the door in the working world. One of the most important quality of a successful sales person is their energy and enthusiasm. They command a presence and hold the attention of everyone around them. Every business has a selection of requirements that an employee has to meet, in searching for a sales job, how do you prepare yourself for a competitive situation? Here are a few useful advice to help you get the edge in sales job and landing and acing the interview.
It is your moment to say enough is enough! No more settling for a life less than you deserve. That means refusing to live beneath your full potential. You deserve more happiness… more time for yourself… more peace… more financially… more… more… more! This is not being greedy or selfish, it is finally time to take care of you. Sometimes we invest so much time and energy in our employers that we forget to invest in ourselves. We give and give to others, but what about giving to you and investing in yourself? It is your moment to bounce back. It is your time to do the things that you have put off for way too long working for others and giving your time and energy to fulfill other people’s business dream. Well it is your time to follow and achieve your dreams while you still have the opportunity, energy and drive.
Career employment no longer exists for many of us. You always have the skill set to get the next job but ask yourself in all honesty, if you got fired today, would you be able to find a similar or better job within a short period of time? If the answer is no, you are really unprepared for this current economy. Do you know the new loyalty agreement between employer and employee period? The truth is employer can count on the employee to stay on the job up to 5 years, and the employee can count on the employer to offer the chance for training to help them find their next better job opportunity. Don’t let yourself get caught unprepared for your next voluntary or paid career move.