hey /biz/ i'm going into the sales industry and a common requirement on job descriptions is the possession of a "diploma" or a "major/certificate" in sales. Is there anyway that i can get a cheap but legit (to some extent) one? are there any courses that i can do online? something that would sound legit on a resume.
>job descriptions is the possession of a "diploma" or a "major/certificate" in sales.
Literally doesn't exist in America. Just lie or put down "available upon request" because all that matters is getting to the interview.
I've never heard of this, and I'm in an environment filled with nothing but professional salespeople.
Look- you don't need sales philosophy. Either you're a salesman or you're not- and if you're not a salesman, you can still sell stuff- just not as well.
if you're a salesman, you know what I mean, and you know how to sell
Salesmen are born not made
>I'd like to know in detail your sales environment, or any sales environment for that matter.
I sell timeshare. Google "Sales and Bread" trying to find old threads in the archive. I've given some sales raining to the board before.
>Also there are sales philosophy training classes available check those out.
No idea what that would entail. Sounds like a motivational speaker. My philosophy has always been that is you need a speaker to get motivated, you're pretty well fucked.
>Salesmen are born not made
This isn't necessarily true. You can make salesmen. We do it every year.