Any other sales people who are really particular about what they sell?
Should I lean into this or opt to re-frame my thinking here?
I spoke to one person who described an AI and ML product she very publicly sold for years as "smoke and mirrors."
Am I alone in not being able to fake conviction or enthusiasm even if I wanted to (which I don't)?
I'm pretty sure I come off as a zombie trying to talk about things I *know* offer great value but I'm not genuinely connected to or excited about the journey or outcomes.
Consequently, I've found myself not especially strongly pulled by the left brained solutions I've historically sold; Instead I'm really into for-profit businesses with social good at it's core. In a way, it's a return home because I was knee deep in volunteer work and trying to save the world prior to graduating college and actually needing to pay bills.
Do you think I should I lean into this or opt to re-frame my thinking?
One concern I have- admittedly unconfirmed- is that my income will be more limited on this new path. Then again, maybe I'll make alot more because I'm bringing more of myself to the table. I really have no idea of the deal sizes we're talking about here. It could be $10k. It could be $500k.