The Most Valuable Lessons I Learned in Corporate Sales

podcast • March 7, 2024

Being a female sales executive in corporate America in a male dominated industry taught me so many valuable lessons, some good and some that are, well let’s say that they are just embarrassing! 

Today’s episode is all about the top 17 lessons I’ve learned along the way in corporate sales and at the end I’m sharing 4 of the most embarrassing lessons I learned as well! 

Lessons like the importance of being your authentic self in the sales world, avoiding the temptation to sugarcoat the truth, owning your seat at the table, maintaining your emotional balance, and the fact that you do not need a swimsuit on a work trip (just trust me on this one!). 

So, whether you’re an aspiring entrepreneur or a seasoned professional, these lessons are sure to resonate with you and I hope these lessons inspire and empower you in your entrepreneurial journey.  

I’d love for you to send me a DM on Instagram @shesellsdifferently  and share what lesson resonated with you the most!

Episode Highlights: 

  • Authenticity and transparency in sales relationships 
  • Overcoming challenges and succeeding 
  • Resilience and perseverance in entrepreneurship 
  • Professionalism and respect for everyone 
  • Prioritizing self-care and mental health 
  • Supporting and uplifting fellow women 
  • Lessons learned in corporate culture  

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