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RE: How To Do Sales For Your Business Without Feeling Slimy

in #business4 years ago

When I was in college I got a job as a car salesman and I had to quit after three days, essentially you were paid in proportion to how well you could lie to people, I just couldn't do it. At another time I had a job promoting a window company that I had no moral qualms with because I knew that it was a good company with a good product because I had run into many former customers who were happy. This is all good stuff, how would you apply it to a charity effort?

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Thanks for sharing your experience with sales! I have never worked in car sales, but from what I hear, but it definitely sounds rough! Sounds like you had a much better experience with the window company! Actually believing in the product and the company itself makes a I have never worked in car sales, but from what I hear, it definitely sounds rough! Sounds like you had a much better experience with the window company! Actually believing in the product and the company itself makes a HUGE difference!

What a great question about applying the skills to charity. Gosh, I bet there are so many similarities, because asking for donation is not that different from asking for sale. Learning how to read people, and work with their needs and interests is a great way to get people excited about donating to your charity. That actually is a great idea for a whole separate post! I need to think on it a little deeper, but I bet there are a lot of tips that could be shared.

thanks for your thoughtful reply, I look forward to reading that post.

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