in your case i will say that maybe you are trying to start the conversation but it sounds that they can barley hear you when you pitch the conversation. too bad you really have to talk to costumer because for the most part the costumer should always start the conversation not the employee, unless you work as a sale rep. from my own experience i work as a hair cutter which include lot of talking, and for me to keep up with the customer or even have something to say i have to do couple of things like watch the news, read the newspaper, read books, or part of books, magazine ETC. but different is from my job to your is that i have the customer next to me for about 30 min or so. hope my answer can help you and go ahead be the one breaking the ice.
by ineverhesitate - a day ago
Well for that you should see http://biznuss.net OR answers.yahoo.com
by Gia - a day ago
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