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Is Your Ego Costing You Sales Opportunities Throughout the Job Hunt Process?

Is Your Ego Costing You Sales Opportunities Throughout the Job Hunt Process?

Is Your Ego Costing You Sales Opportunities Throughout the Job Hunt Process?

If you are on the job hunt, or even considering new opportunities passively, it’s important to remember to put your ego aside. That is, if you want a better opportunity or higher compensation. When you’re interviewing for a new role, even if you’re in a good situation, humility does count.

Fired from Your Sales Job? Eight Ways to Get Back on Track Fast

Fired from Your Sales Job? Eight Ways to Get Back on Track Fast

Fired from Your Sales Job? Eight Ways to Get Back on Track Immediately

So you’ve been fired. Join the club. I took a very informal survey of my coworkers many years ago. I asked 10 of my colleagues to raise their hands if they’ve been fired. Three people raised their hands. Firing isn’t that uncommon, especially in sales. The real question is what are you going to do about it?

Turning Down The First Interview

Turning Down The First Interview

Most of the time, taking the first interview is in your best interest. Interviewing can do great and unexpected things for your career. Besides, managing your career is time well spent.

You never know what will happen after you’re introduced to an organization. But when you’re on the job hunt, timing is everything. And sometimes, it’s just off. There will be times when you need to turn down an initial job interview.