A typical day at work would be getting into work, practising the speech and skills you need to get customers attention, then grouping with the whole team to go through everyone's achievements for the day before, then was sorting into groups of 3/4 to go to different places such as Town, Widnes, Wigan or Leyland to set up the venue for the day. I mostly learned to be loud and confident, but also some sales skills watching the more experienced people do it. The management are very supportive but also push you to do your best and find ways to help you find your drive in order to get sales. The workplace was always lively and loud, no matter if it was the venue or the office, it was always enjoyable working with these people, sometimes it didn't always feel like a job. The hardest part for me was confidence, having to approach people and people stopping for people who I would normally ignore if I was passing by, I know people don't like to be bothered so I always struggled in that way, because of this I couldn't get the sales I needed to get me by in the way of money.
Fun, supportive, intuitive