"HEALTH navigator? Conflict coach? Pollution mitigation outreach worker? These
emerging jobs aren’t household terms yet, but they are a natural fit for older
people looking for new career opportunities, said Phyllis Segal, vice president
at Civic Ventures, a nonprofit research group based in San Francisco."
— That's the opening paragraph in Elizabeth Pope's article in the New York Times.
You might ask, "What does it have to do with the subject of this blog—Selling Face-to-Face?"
The link, of course, is "new careers." You may not make formal sales calls to market yourself as a health navigator, a conflict coach, or a mediator. But if you're establishing yourself in one of these new career paths, the face to face selling skills we address here will help you establish your credibility, and help convey your already-existing expertise.