Ginger, I've been doing Aflac for about a year, and absolutely love it (now). I was not a professional sales person when I started, so it was a bit of an uphill climb for me. I saw people who worked with Aflac for a year to year and a half, and they were making good money. I was told it wouldn't take this long to make good money, and I'm just starting to make a living off of Aflac sales. I love my business.
If they are interviewing you directly as a CIT, then you must have something special, because usually only experienced agents go into this role. I read about different regions using different hiring practices, but they will probably start by sizing you up, either telling you it's easy, or else trying to dissuade you from being an agent to see what your response is. It seems most areas use a three interview process, the second being with a loved one or close friend, to help you decide whether it is right for you. Finally, a meeting to get you started with your license and process.