Answer the following questions honestly to see if you are helping yourself get a winning job offer or hurting your chances at securing a highly-coveted sales job.
Change is painful. You’ll have to leave your reputation, manager, and biggest fans behind. You’ll be adopting new products, new quotas, new targets, and a new company culture. It won’t be easy. Especially since you’re going to be leaving commissions and feelings of familiarity on the table. But if you don’t change, opportunities will continue to fly right on by.
Interviewing is the ultimate competition. The stakes are high and the opportunities can be life changing. Unfortunately, almost getting a job is still not getting the job. When you find yourself across the table from a hiring manager, it’s not the time to be nervous, unprepared, or unsure about why you are there.
Interviewing can be awkward and stressful. The stakes are high when the only outcomes success or failure. When it comes to interviewing, there is only one winner. In fact, interview savvy candidates frequently grab offers from multiple companies, while other equally talented professionals leave empty handed.
Ever wonder what your life might be like if you had better job prospects? If you want to put your sales career on the fast track, it pays to be with the right company, selling strong solutions, at the right time.
So how do you make the most of your sales career over the long haul? Strong performance on the job is essential.