1. Adventures in the Watch Trade- What I learned In 11 Years of Selling Watches.-Part 1

    This post has appeared elsewhere in the past. These are just some things that I observed over the eleven years of selling watches in a high-end boutique. I started in the industry in late 1999 and worked in one particular store for about six months before returning to work at a Borders Bookstore where I had previously been the Genre Fiction Supervisor.
    About a year later (August 2001), I took a position at another watch store, becoming the Senior Sales Consultant.
    I stayed
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