Do any of you guys have trouble answering these kinds of questions too?:
I mean, I can easily answer the part about my art background and what kind of art and products I've been involved with, but the rest I don't really think about. I don't self-reflect or evaluate how I've done in salesmanship. I generally just treat the customer with respect and give them the pros and cons of various products. I enjoy people so I usually am pretty outgoing with them.1. Do you have prior retail experience? If so, please describe your selling style.
2. Do you have an art background? If so, please explain your involvement in the field. If not, please explain how you would adapt to the product mix.
3. Please explain how you have previously been successful in sales and how that success was measured.
4. Do you have experience with customer retention strategies? Please explain.
5. Please describe your last sales managerís efforts to support your professional growth
But for me to go back over and think about how I've done something? It's a chore. I don't think they'd be satisfied with the vague answer I just gave.
I don't think about what I do; I just find myself doing things. Anyone of you other SPs have trouble self-reflecting like that?