As a sales person, you don’t have much time to benefit from the fact that people like, you or dislike, your approach to them. If you understand the behavior of the person in front of you. You increase your chances several times, because your empathy of their situation, will make you choose products, that fit their needs optimal. By understanding the deeper meaning of there and your own strong and positive behaviors, you can work the situation towards a success for both of you. You because you have them as customer and a friend, and they because they have someone who understand them as a person and not only as a sales object and opportunity. By understanding the way, these 4 factors influence on other people, and yourself, you will be better in reaching results together with others, but also you, your self, will be a stronger personality with greater personal charisma.
Fluied German and English, Spanish, first language Danish, When i was 10 years old i was a newspaper boy, at the age of 12 years i began cleaning the windows for people in the local town, and it ended up in 1984 Founder of a cleaning company for the industri, sold 1991, 1986 PG AUTO selling cars, 1994 PERKRAMER SWEISSTECHNIK development applications for the welding industri, agency of CLOOS ROBOTS, developer of PERKRAMER LAMPS, 2004 -2008 starting up PANASONIC WELDING ROBOTS in Denmark for VALK WELDING, 2006 AUTO AND BOAT TRADING --- 25 years as a front figure in strategic and B2B sales-- Education; 1984-1988 Mechanic, 1990-1994 Tool maker, operator Steel and plast processing. Welding technician in: MIG-MAG, TIG-WIG, steel, stanless steel, Aluminium, 2002 Operator, maintence robots, 2005-2009 microsoft all programs, SOLIDWORKS 3D + more, 2014 PADI instructor and professional diver with more than 3000 dives and 15 years of expierience in diving, now working in Mexico. Other Educations : instructor Tennis, 30 years experience in tennis, instructor snowboard and ski, 20 years of experience, instructor Karate 6 years experience. 2015 Founder of : Per KJ Stories, PKJ DEVELOP