Pros: great pay, great people, great managment
Cons: 2-3 weeks to fund deals, using you own vehicle, frustration of not closing
A typical day of work consisted of coming in to the office for a meeting, getting leads and paperwork needed to write deals, and heading out into the field to visit 25 new home owners a day. I learned how to be a Great leader and how to run the Top team/ office in the entire company and keep people motivated. also learning how to do pinpoint sales and dealing with new people every day was something I enjoyed a lot. My co-workers were great, and the corporate office managers were some of the best I've ever dealt with. the hardest part of doing this job was probably feeling frustrated when not closing deals, and letting that get the best of you. Its something that we all deal with and it is mentally challenging. People who cant handle it quit before they can pass the learning curve which is a bad move, because once you learn how to over come an objection and get people to buy now instead of later, it can be very rewarding as time goes and you close more deals. the most enjoyable part of the job is atmosphere and compensation. If your in the right office, the energy is high and its very fun to come in and get everyone excited about the day. the pay is great and I made a lot of money with and for Safe Haven Security.