Hi all,
Can you guide me to answer this sales interview questions list below:
Why do you think you would do well Sales?
What motivates you to do your best on the Sales?
How would you know you were successful on this Sales?
Do you think you are overqualified for Sales?
What do you think are the most important skills in succeeding in sales?
Tks so much!

From Vietnam, Hai Phong
avinash.tavares
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Management Trainer & Life Coach

Greetings Cherrydd

Here is my take of the answers to your questions. Of course, my answers would change depending on the interviewer.

Why do you think you would do well Sales?



I am good at sales because I make sure understand the product, the customer and his needs and how the product can meet the customers needs. Putting myself in the customers shoes have help me become a better sales pro because I don't try to force a product on my customer, instead I make them feel good about product and how it will make a difference to their lives. I focus in building trust in the customer. Finally, I always ask the question, "How would you want to pay, by cash or check?"

What motivates you to do your best on the Sales?



Three things motivate me to do my best in sales, first it is knowing that the customer will benefit form using my product and service and that little bit of happiness in their life/career has come because I persuaded them to buy. Second, selling is all about people and the more people you know, the more people buy from you and the more they tell others about you. Third, performance-compensation criteria is simple, the more you sell the more you earn. No manager or boss can deny you compensation when you make good sales. If they do, there is another better paid job waiting for you around the corner.

How would you know you were successful on this Sales?



If my customer/prospect hit ratio is above the ratio of 4/10, I am good at sales. I can say Im successful if my hit ratio is above 8/10.

Do you think you are overqualified for Sales?



Unlike other professions, there is no college for sales. This is because sales is more about performance rather then skill. One cannot claim to be qualified or over-qualified in sales. This is because selling is an art form. One can either sell or one cannot. There is nothing in between. Inspite of all the years of experience and training one may possess in sales, to me, like in an artist or an actor, a sales professional is only as good as his last job.

What do you think are the most important skills in succeeding in sales?



Managing my Attitude is the most important skill i possess before and during the selling process. The right attitude creates the belief that the customer simply cannot do without my product and that my product or service will alter the customers life for the better. If i doubt, even for a second, that the product is not right for the customer then he will sense that and he wont buy. Therefore managing attitude leads to strong beliefs that lead to positive action.



Avinash Tavares

Trainer & Life Coach

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