Sales Consultant Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Sales Consultant?

Sales Consultant in New York:
Pros: Culture, food, arts and entertainment.
Cons: Traffic, commute time, congestion, competition.

Sales Consultant in Denver:
Pros: It's fantastic. I work remote for a company based in MI and travel often to see my clients.
Cons: Cost of living is high.

Sales Consultant in Mount Vernon:
"Good."
Pros: Great place to learn customer service, good to get to know coworkers.
Cons: Not many customers, a lot of straightening sales floor and other duties.

Sales Consultant in Oklahoma City:
Pros: I make friends and save lives.
Cons: Everyday is a grind.

Sales Consultant in McKinney:
"5 Keys To Successful Selling for the First Time Sales Rep."
1) Start with your goals. If you’re learning to sell, start from the end and work backwards. Knowing your goals and measuring your performance against them is the most important place to start. 2) Recognize that sales is a process. Sales is not an art. Sales is a science and a technology. 3) Identify business pain. You must be able to identify your prospects’ business pain and distinguish it from their run of the mill business problems. If a step of their process is a slight annoyance, who cares? 4) Measure every step. Anything worth doing is worth measuring, and anything that can be measured can be improved. 5) Sell to people who want to buy. In the early days of my career, I spent a lot of time reaching out to people who didn’t want to talk to me.

Sales Consultant in Youngstown:
"How competitive the market is."
Work your territory, use your tools from your company, ride with manufacturer reps, don't give up.

Sales Consultant in Austin:
"Slow Moving."
Job is great if you want to only be a sales person and not move up the ladder. They largely promote based on chronological order, meaning one cannot move up the ladder until someone above you does first.