LAS VEGAS, NV, January 03, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Stacy Salazar of Las Vegas is a sales representative in a major telecommunications firm. Stacy Salazar of Las Vegas is one of the top seller's in a major telecommunications firm's West Coast Region. Stacy Salazar of Las Vegas loves her job as a sales representative. Stacy Salazar of Las Vegas believes she will stay with her firm for the rest of her career. Stacy Salazar of Las Vegas believes anyone property motivated can become a success at sales.
Stacy Salazar of Las Vegas has had a particularly lucrative year in 2013, but in 2014 she's still looking to do more. "Unfortunately, due to the fact that I have been so busy building my career, I have not had the opportunity to engage in as many philanthropic activities as I would have preferred," Stacy Salazar of Las Vegas
recently said. "I have decided that, in 2014, I want to become more involved with activities that serve the less fortunate in my community here in Las Vegas."
In high school, Stacy Salazar of Las Vegas was incredibly gifted academically. Stacy Salazar of Las Vegas graduated high school in the top twenty five percent of her class. Stacy Salazar was also a dedicated athlete in high school. Stacy Salazar of Las Vegas was best know for her talent in track and field. Stacy Salazar of Las Vegas sees both her academic and athletic devotion to contributing towards her success as a telecommunications sales representative. Having had such a bright start herself, Stacy Salazar of Las Vegas
has begun a mentoring program for the youth of her community
"I know that many young people shy away from the sales industry because they believe that it will not provide them with a stable source of income as they navigate their adult lives," Stacy Salazar of Las Vegas recently told members of the press. "However, I believe that if more young people knew about the many wonderful opportunities that a career in sales could afford them, they would be willing to take the risk."
"There are many misconceptions about life in the sales industry," Stacy Salazar of Las Vegas
continued. "For example, many young salespeople believe that they must maintain a certain image or standard of living in order to impress customers and coworkers. The fact of the matter is, if you are a good salesperson, people will buy from you regardless of what your clothes look like."
Stacy Salazar believes by reaching kids early and dispelling these myths about sales, she can help guide the youth of her community to a profitable and enjoyable life long career as a sales representative.About: Stacy Salazar of Las Vegas
is a sales representative who lives and works in the state of Nevada.