A typical day would include delivering chips/partner food brands to convenience stores and grocery stores. Communicating with store managers about upcoming promotions and attempting to gain more floor space for displays.
The list goes on about what I've learned while working at this company. The most significant thing I've learned is how to communicate with various different type of individuals. It teaches one to adapt to different frames to adjust to help serve a person wants and needs, If and when one is truly listening to someone's needs and wants. In short, I've learned to communicate effectively and accurately through listening and communicating correctly with people.
When it comes to management, I've learn that not everyone should have power.
I do not find this job hard nor would I ever find any job hard. If one has their mind right they can make the biggest leaps look like baby steps. But most find being organized the hardest part because there's a lot to be done on a daily basis and you must be able to mutli-task several duties at once.
The most enjoyable part of my job is the people. Every store clerk, receiver, manager, or stock boy make my day enjoyable. I feel as if I work at all 50 stores I provide service to weekly. Regardless of the attitude or extreme of happiness of the individual, dealing with people is what I believe I was meant to do.