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'Your Life Calling' is the first thing in my long career I've ever actually invented. It is my entrepreneurial debut.
herding cats and shoveling smoke.
My vocation to preach on paper.
What I like best about the telephone is that it keeps you in touch with people, particularly people who want to sell you magazine subscriptions in the middle of the night.
New York Times help-wanted ads, which were once arranged by gender to distinguish "women's work" from real careers.
We are all in the business of sales. Teachers sell students on learning, parents sell their children on making good grades and behaving, and traditional salesmen sell their products.
I enjoy doing motivational talks with businesses and other organizations. I really enjoy being with people and encouraging them in the work they do.
I worked as a telemarketer for an SAT-prep company. That was the worst of it, because I had to call people in post-Katrina New Orleans and offer them this very, very expensive SAT class. And I'm not even a good salesman.
Working from nine till five every day at something that gives you no pleasure just so that, after thirty years, you can retire.
The chief business of the Christian minister.
I became a door-to-door IBM salesman in 1963, a job I had for six years. But most everyone thought it was a bad idea. Door-to-door salesmen were lower than used-car salesmen or attorneys.
Advertising is what I do. It's got me everything I have, and I'm not going to leave it.
Pitching. You're pitching yourself constantly which is probably why there are so many plays about sales. I think also it's like life.
Well, what is my job now?".
We are in the transport business. We transport audiences from one place to another.
My main income is from speaking.
I love working with customers. Sales has really influenced everything I do. It has instilled in me the important traits of operating with a sense of urgency and listening to people.
I'm doing a lot of parenting work and acting as a spokesperson. I have a clothing line and a line of toys.
Toughest job I ever had: selling doors, door to door.
I like working with the public, I like working with food, and I like making cash.
I am a travelling salesman. I deal in ideas.
schmoozes the customers, brings light and warmth to the
Social marketing is now a 24-7 job.
I would not want to be a mobile home repo man. Those would be hard to sneak away - "Knock knock - Hi, would you go cut your grass and look that way for a half an hour?"
First and foremost, I'm a real estate person. And that's what I love the most.
Create a high converting lead page, build a quality email subscriber list and earn lucrative affiliate commissions.
My line of work makes you aware of the fragility of life. You can get up in the morning, eat your cornflakes, blow-dry your hair, go to work and end up dead.
Advertising - A judicious mixture of flattery and threats.
I've found my calling with Twitter. It's all about the amount of interaction you do, and the traffic you move, and I'm really good at that. I keep going and going and going, and no one can believe that I can keep it up.
a vocation accursed of heaven, since one never saw a millionaire involved in it.
I have always said that everyone is in sales. Maybe you don't hold the title of salesperson, but if the business you are in requires you to deal with people, you, my friend, are in sales.
A lot of people have asked me to do answer phone messages for them.
My first job was working at Benihana as kitchen help. In college, I was a telemarketer for a company at the same time I was a bike messenger for this greasy fast-food place.
I started in this business on soap operas.
If you don't do sales and marketing, you'll forever be at mercy to those who do.
I do real estate.
I'm not as interested in what you make as I am in what you're passionate about. What business are you really in?
Your calling is you unique area of expertise
...being a weatherman in Ireland is about the biggest scam going.
Herbalife: the customers are fictitious, the business opportunity is a scam, the university degree is a fraud.
What is the one bright spot on the entire horizon that would give someone an opportunity to be retrained to learn new skills? Direct selling.
I'm a businesswoman.
I love marketing a lot, and I'm very creative when it comes to developing ideas for shows or publicity campaigns.
Nothing I like to do pays well.
I've worked in a call centre and as a nightclub waitress. I served champagne to Rihanna.
I'm into the whole skincare thing.
I was a scam artist in high school for a while.
Selling is our No. 1 job. Never get away from selling a lot of merchandise personally. The more you sell the more you learn.
I'm not in the speech making business. I'm not in the seminar business. I'm not in the writing book business. I'm in the changing lives business.
Last year I gave seventy-four phone hours to soliciting baked goods for the Bake-A-Rama. I was named Top Call Girl by the League.
Lately, I am receiving numerous calls each night from telemarketers. They're calling with the frequent urgency of dumped boyfriends. At this point, I cannot help but wonder, is the entire telemarketing industry one big, jilted, clingy gay guy?
Home Health Sales
I love doing deals and operating companies.
I love business. I love helping urban communities grow. I love putting people to work of color. I love making sure.. like right now the whole mortgage crisis, I want to help people get back into their homes.
My career is media. One can turn on the TV or look at a magazine and see me.
Vast databases of names and personal information, sold to thieves by large publicly traded companies, have put almost anyone within reach of fraudulent telemarketers.
I tried acting and all of the arts, I even put out a record album, but what I like the most is business.
A network marketing business is the perfect business for people who like helping other people.
Know the business; you need to know the business side of things.
What business would judged on the first week that it's in business?
Your calling should be your work
The one profession where you can gain great eminence without ever being right.
I am a businessman. I am anything I need to be at any time.
Amidst all the hype and hoopla around this business, I wanted to emphasize the challenge - it is seductive but the failure rate is very high. And those who fail have no good place to go.
I'm in the business where you get the business all the time.
I worked on the United Parcel Service truck, I sold home delivery of milk. But always, in the back of my mind, I wanted to get into radio.
I was going to start a housekeeping business at one point because I'm really good at cleaning houses.
I'm a businessman, that's all.
Virtually every community in the country has legislation regulating door-to-door trade, yet telemarketers have run unchecked for years. The industry in general uses all sorts of slimy tricks to make sure you never make it to the do-not-call list.
Life: my favorite occupation.
As for Doing-good, that is one of the professions which are full.
The career stuff is for business people.
Most of my career has been in sales. I spend 50% or more of my time with customers and employees, and I can't wait for it to be more than 50%.
What's the best home-based business opportunity in the world today? Without a doubt, it's network marketing. Like it or hate it, network marketing has created more millionaires than any other industry in history. There's just one problem - it can be hard if you're not used to it!
During holiday parties when people used to ask me what I did for a living, I would tell them I sold resort timeshares. That was an effective conversational nonstarter, until I met someone that actually did sell resort timeshares.
Business. They spend their lives minding someone else's business and making that person rich.
I had this crazy job, though, when I first got to Los Angeles ... I answered this ad in the back of the newspaper to be a telephone psychic, and I did that for two days.
Writing that's not working for a living.
He that staies does the businesse.
I want to get a job naming kitchen appliances. That seems easy; refrigerator, toaster, blender. You just say what the thing does and add "er".
I got a job writing for a financial technology newsletter in Manhattan. I didn't even understand what I was writing about. The newsletter had, like, 2,000 subscribers, and it was $700 a year for a subscription.
and teachers teach
and tailors mend
and preachers preach
and barbers trim
and chauffeurs haul
and parents get to do it all.
The telephone is the most important single technological resource of later life.
Having to be nice to people, which, as everyone knows, is the toughest job in the world
You've got to be able to sell yourself.
Not believing in what you have to sell This is blindingly obvious but perhaps is the number one reason why many salespeople do not succeed. Not even the most accomplished actor can consistently get away with selling something they fundamentally don't believe in.
I'm running a radio station.
My mother's a secretary; my father's an electrician in a mining company.
A real estate closer. Oh, what's that? I'm a real estate opener. What is a real estate closer? You mean at the end where you've got to sign all those papers?
Successful salesman: someone who has found a cure for the common cold shoulder.
I'll tell you why I like the cigarette business. It cost a penny to make. Sell it for a dollar. It's addictive. And there's a fantastic brand loyalty.
Giving calls for genius.
We have a product for sale called news, and I'm a salesman.
So my degree was in political science, which I think was - the closest I could come to marketing is politics.
Know the business, learn the business, own something.
Although I loved working on technology - I've always been a computer geek at heart - my professors encouraged me to get a real-world job working with customers.
My business is making people, especially children, happy.
Every time a customer calls or you call a customer, you have an opportunity and a choice. What choice are you making?