More or less, just about all sales professionals are, by self-definition, "hunters" who claim to only want to effectively sell their respective product or service and, thus make money for both their company and themselves.

Even though just about all claim to be hunters, not all sales professionals are well fed. Comparatively speaking, deciphering how to effectively close a sales deal is not all that different from having to figure out a relatively complex and hard to teach two prong-puzzle.

The most effective, most sought after sales professionals proved to be those business development veterans who always work harder than the general sales population in order to solve the puzzle and determine exactly what are the underlying motivators that will trigger the buyer and then leverage this information In order to gain the trust and perceived expertise that will quickly result in direct sales representative getting the deal inked.

While most working professionals who, for whatever reason are not properly networked into the business development community, fail to realize that it is precisely the above discussed type of sales representative who is more than simply a cold caller but instead is in entrepreneur who is exceedingly strong and self reliant when it comes to stepping on the same field as big business executives.

Regardless of how many know, the revenue driving sales professional seems to consistently maintain their uncanny ability to be able to intellectually break down and leverage their rare knowledge of the typical American corporate structure to persuade just about any and every client who crosses their path.

Furthermore, these sales professionals tend to be triple threats as they can creatively market themselves as business partners who are reliable, intelligent and successful for the reason that they continually care and produce for their corporate client base.

In the end, the only way to know if you're truly sitting next to him entrepreneurial sales professional is to ask them if they would leave their job for a management promotion and the response you would get would be to the tune of you not being from this planet.

Author's Bio: 

Ken Sundheim runs KAS Placement Chicago headhunters Chicago recruitment Chicago sales recruiter a recruiting firm helping job seekers throughout the U.S. Ken's articles can also be found on his blog, KAS Write Entrepreneurship, Staffing, Job Seeking Articles