A typical day at Visionary promotion consisted of a leadership meeting followed by training two to three times a week. The trainings consisted of how to become a leader, how to manage yourself as well as others, how too train others, how to deal with various customers and different situations, how to pitch a sales and find the needs of a customer and how each product would benefit them, how to sale the different products, learning the products and customers as well as maintaining a well organized and attention driven campaign.
I can say that first starting off in the training program, the "no's" become a little intimidating. But after a while you grow to learn that for every ten "no's" there's always one "yes" to come and you then learn to not give up.
Another thing is learning to deal with your peers. I had a "manager" who assumed something which caused me my job but they later realized that they were in the wrong and since then have apologized. I didn't return because we both agree that being there was not for me. Yes I am a really good peoples person but I can do a lot more with the skills I have to offer.
Overall I did enjoy working for this company and would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn leadership and management skills but if you don not have an ounce of patience then working in the marketing field is not for you.