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Girl Scouts Are Tougher Than Us: What We Can Learn from Rejection

Every year in the early spring, the Girl Scouts come out to peddle their little boxes of goodness … I mean, cookies. They stand in their uniforms outside of grocery stores at the tables and in wee voices ask, “Do you want some cookies?” And I always, always, always, say “NO.” What a mean lady! ...

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Sales Champion Q&A: Mike Abramowitz

Mike Abramowitz Meet Mike Mike Abramowitz has some impressive stats: He’s in the top 500 Vector Marketing sales representatives of all time, and has more than $5.5 million in sales as a manager. Oh, and his book, G.R.A.B. Tomorrow: Your Best Year Ever, was a bestseller in several Amazon ...

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Dear Nursing Majors: Life is Selling!

Nursing student & sales rep Courtney O'Connor (center) during the AHEC summer program Students pursuing a degree in nursing are on track for a promising career. Nursing offers a competitive median salary, a plentitude of entry-level work opportunities, and a rewarding sense of fulfillment from ...

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She Went 30 for 31. But the No Sale May Have Been Her Most Memorable Appointment

Sales rep Olivia Bohrer of Parker, Colorado No one likes a no sale. But sometimes the most meaningful Cutco appointments are the ones where you don’t sell a thing. Just ask 18-year-old Olivia Bohrer of Parker, Colorado. When she started with Vector Marketing, she arranged 31 demos in just 10 ...

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Saving Money as a Management Candidate 101

Savings. Money. Future. Sometimes those are heavy words. As a management candidate, there are probably a lot of questions swirling through your mind. Money should be one of them. You keep hearing words like “start up” and “withholdings”. Why do Vector managers spend so much time talking about ...

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20 Ways to Rock Your 20s

Your 20s are the ultimate “you” decade. You are young, ambitious, going places. The world is at your feet. You’ll never get this time back, so it needs to count. Here are 20 ways to make the most of your 20s. 1. Stretch Yourself Take a job that stretches you and pushes you out of your comfort ...

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3 Reasons to Attend a Vector Conference

You have to go! Ask any rep who has been to a Vector conference and they’ll tell you the same thing, “you have to go!” Brooke Peters, an Assistant Manager from York, PA, was referred to Cutco by a friend, and was lucky enough to attend a Year End Banquet conference (YEB) during her first 10 days ...

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12 Reasons Why Selling Knives Is Like Playing Pee Wee Sports

1. Even though it’s a short-term gig, you’ll learn a lot: how to be a team player, how to help others, how to work with others, how to be self-aware. 2. Trophies matter in the moment, but not after they’ve gotten dusty on the shelf. 3. Most people don’t do it forever, don’t go to the pros, and ...

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My Vector Story

We want to hear your stories about your experience with Vector Marketing. Fill out the form below and click submit for a chance to win CUTCO. Include a photo or video and get double credit. We want to share positive stories about Vector Marketing and selling CUTCO Current Vector Field Reps — we ...

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