Truth Behind Pre Employment Tests For Sales Reps
Most jobs don’t require a pre employment test but pre employment tests for sales reps are on the rise. The problem is that most hiring managers have great sales skills but lack solid hiring skills. Read the rest of this entry »
Top Rep Sales Jobs
By, Nick Moreno
“Where are the sales jobs?” I was tiered of hearing a top rep I know complaining about the lack of sales jobs. I decided to spend a day with him searching for the right sales job. Could it be as bad as he was telling me? Discover the answer in this article about finding sales jobs for a top sales rep. Read the rest of this entry »
Message For Salespeople During Christmas
By, Nick Moreno
Christmas will be here in just five days and for the first time this season; I woke up this morning full of Christmas Spirit. It sure took a long time to get here but my Christmas Spirit is now firmly in place. At last, I can now write a Christmas Message to all the sales reps that got to know my work over the years. Read the rest of this entry »
Best Sales Jobs For A New College Graduate
Why do I think a job in sales is perfect for a new college graduate? Well, that’s exactly where I took my career when I graduated and I never looked back. Read the rest of this entry »
Where Are The Jobs For The Unemployed
Too many people are asking the same question. Where are the jobs? Based on what I see, the future isn’t bright for those that overlook what they have to contribute. The question of the day… “Where are the jobs”? Read the rest of this entry »
How To Sell Anything To Anyone
Unfortunately, anyone can label himself or herself a salesperson. It’s unfortunate because few actually take the time to learn how to sell. Instead, they function as “walking talking brochures”. No wonder most “salespeople” never enjoy outstanding success. Learn how to sell anything to anyone if you expect to prosper. Read the rest of this entry »
How To Find A Job You Will Enjoy
Life must be miserable for people working at something they don’t enjoy. I don’t know how they get themselves out of bed just to do something void of pleasure. I do know one thing. You can’t succeed at a job unless you enjoy doing it. Learn more in this article on how to find a job you will enjoy. Read the rest of this entry »
Help… I Lost My Sales Job! So You Lost Your Sales Job, Now What?
I’m sorry you lost your sales job but enough of that, we have work to do. This is not the time to feel sorry for yourself. This is a time to get busy and get back in the race. You may have lost your sales job but another door will open. I have some advice for those that recently lost their sales job. There are a lot of sales reps saying, “I lost my sales job” and many of them are top pros. Read the rest of this entry »
A PIP May Not Be The End Of The World For A Salesperson
So, you are a sales rep on a PIP – “Performance Improvement Plan”. You may feel disappointed and even a little embarrassed. You may have question about the PIP but you’re not sure where to turn. I have some non-legal thoughts for sales reps on a PIP to consider but remember it’s just my opinion. So, to protect my self, stop reading now because this article is just my opinion. Read the rest of this entry »
Learn To Sell Then Soar
The Six Figure Career Of The Future – Financial Sales Advisors
Many people are out of work and looking for the next waive of high paying six figure careers. When we look into the future, one logical option is to consider becoming a financial sales professional. This position is perfect for older workers that are accustom to higher six figure paying jobs and for those just coming out of school looking for a long term profession with a high income potential. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, job employment in the financial services area is expecting faster growth compared to other job sectors. Why, because of the large number of baby boomers reaching retirement age and requiring experienced help. Also, many companies have replaced pension plans with more common 401 K plans. Whether you are young or older, a professional sales advisor position could carry you all the way throughout a full life career regardless of your age. Read the rest of this entry »
Searching For A First Job For College Graduate
Are you about to graduate from college and starting your job search? If so, I have a career option I want you to consider. I personally took this career path after graduating with a degree in history and never looked back. I tell more in this article about a first job for a college graduate. Read the rest of this entry »
How To Write A Sales Job Resume That Gets Seen
I assume if you are looking for a sales job, you have been sending out sales job resumes to recruiters and companies. Unfortunately your sales job resume and cover letters may never be seen. Blame it on technology. If you think someone is diligently looking through each resume for the ideal candidate to fill a specific position, you may be fooling yourself. Many recruiters and companies are now using scanning automated software systems to actually sift through the hundreds of resumes without a human ever touching one. Can you imagine if you had two openings, how many hours or days of your precious time would it take to read two hundred resumes and cover letters or more. Especially in today’s tough job market, the number of resumes received by companies can be a bit overwhelming; so now comes in automation to the rescue. When you email a resume and cover letters to a company or post it on their website, these systems are actually scanning for key words or phrases that match the job description they are trying to fill. As a result, your resume could be totally overlooked if you are not doing a couple things to fix this problem. Read the rest of this entry »
Networking For A Sales Job Can Be Challenging
The Networking Challenge – Networking For A Job In Sales
Why is networking for a sales job so challenging? Because, it can be a humbling experience that is not personally easy. Basically you are asking for help from your friends and colleagues. Unfortunately networking produces about 85% of all methods of finding a job and is an “absolutely must do” in today’s job market. It can tax your skills while looking for that six figure career. You need to know how to network for a new job in sales. Read the rest of this entry »
An Unemployed Salesperson Can And Will Get Back On Track
It happens. Companies don’t expect sales to increase in the near future, so along with other departments, the Sales Department is reduced. Suddenly, you’re an unemployed sales rep. I have some advice for you that can help you to quickly back on track.
You already know about those Internet job search sites so there is no need for me to mention them here. I want to be more creative and supportive with my advice for the many unemployed salespeople around the country. My goal is not only to help you find a new job in sales but to also help you prepare for it. Read the rest of this entry »
Pass The Sales Skills Assessment Test
By, Nick Moreno
Many find our sales training site by searching for information on how to pass a sales skills assessment test. Obviously, this is close to the last step of getting hired so why take chances with this high unemployment rate? Let me give you my opinionated advice on how to pass sales skills assessment test. Read the rest of this entry »
Where Are The Opportunities?
New and experienced workers are moving into green careers as the largest Economic Stimulus Package goes into effect. President Obama’s program is expected to create over 2 million green jobs from blue collar positions to white collar positions. Are you wondering how you can make the career move from your current job experience to a green job?
First we need to consider where the jobs are going to be. Designing and building renewable energy projects, solar, power generation, green battery production, window manufacturing, power distribution and alternative energy production are only a few areas of growth. Read the rest of this entry »
Discover How To Successfully Interview For A Job
I have some job interviewing tips for you that focus on how to best sell yourself to a hiring manager. This advice utilizes tips from salesmanship techniques because in a job interview you are selling something… you are selling yourself. Start off with a good resume and cover letter.
Salespeople know that they never get a second opportunity to create a great first impression. The same is true during a job interview. Park the stress while staying calm and confident. Get into the moment by saying to yourself “It’s Showtime” as you are about to be interviewed. This will set the stage for you just before the interview and put a smile on your face. Provide a firm handshake, look attentive and establish eye contact with the interviewer. These sales tips will help you when you are interviewing for a job. Read the rest of this entry »
What To Do Between Jobs? Take Time For Self Improvement
While you are out of work and looking for a job, what should you do? According to some job reports during the last quarter of 2008, it took about three months to find a new job. Starting the new year of 2009 with an increasingly growing unemployment rate, the time to find a job has grown to four to seven months. Since you can’t sit at your desk looking for a new position eight hours a day, use this perfect time to brush up on your professional skills or even learn new ones you never considered before. Read the rest of this entry »
Find A Job Fast By Following These Steps And Keeping Your Career Options Open
Target The Right Employment To Find A Job Fast
The best way to find a job fast is to focus on your skills and experience. There is no benefit to applying for a job that requires a skill you don’t possess. If you need to quickly develop a skills set needed in this tight job market, consider this quick and inexpensive career training program.
Write A Great Resume And Cover Letter To Find A Job Fast
Take the time necessary to develop an outstanding resume and cover letter. Focus on why someone should hire you and how you can help their company succeed. A great resume is required if you want to get hired fast. Make that resume stand out and put your best foot forward. Read the rest of this entry »