It was really nice meeting you in person! Thank you so much for taking the time to talk. What do you have to say, now that I've met you, and what are your plans for the future? That is a good, easy way to ask what the next steps are in the interview process.
The answer to this question will be helpful if the interviewer has never had a conversation with you before. If this is true, then it may be a good idea to write down the answers and present them later at the interview. This will help you understand the answers and answer the questions more easily. Do not feel pressured to give an answer or feel like you must have an answer to every question. This makes you sound like a robot and is not pleasant. If you find yourself answering questions with canned answers, then this will show up and be embarrassing for you at the interview. So be careful and be direct.
After interview questions are normally very short. Do not take them to the extreme of having to spend three minutes answering each question. Try to get through as many questions as possible in under an hour. At this point you should feel confident enough to share your goals and ambitions with the interviewer. Share them in the right way to make them come across in an acceptable manner.
Before you begin your personal interview, be sure to sit back, relax, and try not to be in such a hurry that you think you can just say yes to everything. Be prepared for some uncomfortable moments as you speak with the interviewer. Some questions that will come up during the interview process include your goals, how long you want to be in business, what are your strengths, what are your weaknesses, what is your personality like, and what are your personal characteristics. Remember to be professional and give the interviewer a clear picture of who you are, why you want to be a sales representative for a particular company, and why they need your services.
Be sure to deliver the answers in the right manner. Many times during this process, you might not feel very comfortable with the answers. This is OK because you have a lot of people looking over your answers, and it is important that you give a clear picture. of what you know and don't know.
When you're finished with the interview, make sure to thank the interviewer and thank everyone who worked on your interview. This shows them you care and are grateful to have been hired.