Posted on Aug 26, 2014
Maj Ahron Oddman
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At least one CEO believes so. Very interesting read as he discusses his strategy for building a world class sales organization.

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SGM Senior Adviser, National Communications
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Sir, I think one of them sold my ancestors some beads and cloth or Manhattan Island. My uncle still gets a tiny check and scrap of cloth every year. True story.
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PO1 Walter Duncan
PO1 Walter Duncan
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They can be, but because of our nature we get taken advantage of when we depart the military. They use our dedication of service and hard work to benefit them. Team work is a foreign concept to most civilian workplaces because it is the almighty dollar that runs everything. They do not have faith in what they do.
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SPC Angel Guma
SPC Angel Guma
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The phrase "I will never leave a fallen comrade" is something completely foreign to most civilians. Personal gain and dollars come before your team for the vast majority of people in the civilian work force.

I can't stand it.
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SSgt E/E Craftsman
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Maj Ahron Oddman I don't think so honestly... sales is pretty darn hard.
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Sgt Packy Flickinger
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I tried my hand at it twice. I couldn't sell water to a man dying of thirst in the Sahara for sand. To honest boss told me.
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