18 Things That Always Happen When Your Parents Are In Sales

Always. Be. Closing.

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2. Because your parents are such talented talkers, you can successfully hold a conversation with anyone without asking about the weather.

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3. You know that if something's not put in writing, it never happened.

my parents made me a contract when I was 12

Emily Lebs@emilyrlebs

my parents made me a contract when I was 12😂

4:49 PM - 07 Aug 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

7. When you go on interviews, "dress for the job you want, not the job you have" is more or less your gospel.

Mmn, when I told our asst @DiandraGiGi to dress for the job you want, I didn't mean MY job...#allabouteve

joanna coles@JoannaColes

Mmn, when I told our asst @DiandraGiGi to dress for the job you want, I didn't mean MY job...#allabouteve

1:27 PM - 27 May 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

8. After every interview, you bet your ass that your perspective employer has a followup email or handwritten note from you in his or her inbox...

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11. You had the perfect sales pitch for Girl Scout Cookies or Boy Scout Popcorn.

Here we are @gscentralmd for the 1st day of the Girl Scout Cookie Sale!

TheSEEDSchoolMD@TheSEEDSchoolMD

Here we are @gscentralmd for the 1st day of the Girl Scout Cookie Sale!

6:42 AM - 27 Sep 13ReplyRetweetFavorite

12. When the school-wide fundraising competition rolled around, losing was not an option.

Cam's 68$ in ones he got for selling magazines at school #stacks

Paxton Cochran@Paxtoncochran

Cam's 68$ in ones he got for selling magazines at school #stacks

2:26 PM - 02 Oct 13ReplyRetweetFavorite