According to http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition:
A Sales Person is: An individual who sells goods and services to other entities. The successfulness of a salesperson is usually measured by the amount of sales he or she is able to make during a given period and how good that person is in persuading individuals to make a purchase. If a salesperson is employed by a company, in some cases compensation can be decreased or increased based on the amount of goods or services sold.
An Administrative-Assistant is: Office employee responsible for managing the office, running errands and assisting the executive or boss, typing, filing, and other office related duties as required by the specific job.
Frequently, however, the sales person is required to do admin tasks – submit visit reports, send quotes, follow up on quotes and orders, and supply feedback to the client.
Sales people tend to be sociable, they’re usually pretty easy to spot at a function. They’re great with the ‘gift of the gab’ but not always with sitting down to do the actual admin required by their boss.
That’s where I come in. I understand the need to keep the customer happy, I understand the need of the customer to have feedback and I love bridging the gap between the sales person and the admin required.
I was introduced to nutrition as a small child when my mom used it to treat an ulcer. Since then I've been interested in supplements, healthy eating, reflexology, shiatsu, energy work and Traditional Chinese Medicine.