am I a good salesperson?

By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection,
which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by
experience, which is the bitterest.
Confucius

I have a sensible and realistic outlook on life and see to it my two feet are always planted firmly on the ground (though I may, on occasion, have my head in the clouds). Others often see me as a rock of strength, solid, reliable, dependable, and constant. I am, in fact, amazingly consistent for I possess great powers of endurance and do not like to make changes or adjustments in my regular routine. I do things deliberately and methodically and do not easily accommodate the unexpected. Though I have a gentle, even soft, appearance, I am enormously strong-willed and stubborn. I go at my own pace and refuse to be rushed or pushed into anything before I feel sure about it. I can be coaxed and persuaded by charm, beauty, love, or affection – but never forced. I won’t fight either, but simply stubbornly resist any attempt to coerce me to do something I do not want to do. I probably dislike sentimentality and traditional gender roles. I am a freedom-loving, strong-willed, and independent- minded individual, and I insist upon living my own life as I see fit, even if that means ignoring convention and tradition. In personal relationships I cannot be owned or possessed, and while I am willing to share myself with another, I do not always adjust easily to the emotional give and take of a close relationship. Though intellectually open, I can be enormously stubborn, opinionated, and inflexible on a one- to-one level. I have strong convictions and feelings about fairness and equality, and I try to live by my ideals, but my ideals about how people SHOULD treat one another don’t always take into account .I TRY TO BELIEVE that i am good … If you want to achieve your full potential in life, you gotta sell. Your entire life is a continuous process of communicating, persuading, and influencing other people.Selling yourself is a critical factor
that determines the level of success you will ultimately achieve and how quickly you will achieve it. You should network, market yourself, and get your name out there. When you promote yourself to others (in an appropriate way), more opportunities will come your way. Good things will happen to you because
people will recognize you and your abilities.Selling yourself is a universal
need.Selling yourself involves two steps: First, it means selling others on you
and your products or services. But it also means selling you to you. You’ve got
to believe 100 percent in yourself, your abilities, and whatever it is you
represent. How can you sell others on you if you’re not first sold on yourself?I’m not talking about having a big ego. I’m talking about totally convincing
yourself that you are the best person for the job or that the person you’re
exchanging with is getting a good deal. To sell to others, you gotta be sold on
yourself and believe that you have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to
achieve success.

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