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What do you consider an ideal sales job for you? *

Example #1
"I have experience in both inside and outside sales but have developed a passion and knack for outside sales in particular. Something about the face-to-face connection helps me leverage a close. Of course, ideally, I would love all warm leads, but I know that's not how sales works, so I'm not afraid to cold call. As far as what my day or week would look like, I like to block my day to be productive. Emails and cold calls or follow-ups in the morning, and then appointments in the afternoon. This schedule helps me stay in the right mindset throughout the day and optimally productive."
Example #2
"My ideal sales position is with a company that is mentorship-driven, offering regular coaching opportunities, to people like myself who are new to sales but have a lot to offer. I would like my great transferable skills such as upselling, customer service, and dispute resolution, utilized and then better honed to make me a top sales professional."
Example #3
"Ideally, I am seeking a position that is primarily outside sales with a fair amount of international travel. I enjoy being out and about, meeting with high-level executives and closing major deals. I feel that I have earned the ability to work autonomously for the most part and am very open to a role where I could mentor and coach more junior sales professionals."
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