I was a computer salesman when I was still in college for about 6 months and I worked on salary + commission. I was always excited to sell but I was always upfront and honest. I didn't NEED the money. I had no house, car payment, school loans or anything. I had a scholarship and my parents were still supporting my basic necessities. I was somewhat surprised at what my peers would do though, and when I asked them about it, they would say something like, I have mortgage payments to make or I have to put food on the table for my kids. And it is TRUE, most salesmen will do anything to turn your passion into profit. Whenever I walk into a store, I ask 1 question to a sales rep, "Do you work on commission?" Then I tell every salesman, regardless of their answer, "I don't want to waste your time, I'm just looking and I'm definitely not buying anything today." This turns off the pressure. I can ask questions and get honest answers, and people aren't afraid to say, "I don't know." lMost of the time, I can find out more in 5 minutes on Google than I can get out of a salesman in 20 minutes.
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