In part 7 of our mini series we focus on How to Win an Auctioneer Contest, Andy Imholte and Peter Gehres breakdown the challenging interview portion of auctioneer contests. With tips for you next competition as well as your business, there is something for everyone.
Why is the Interview Important?
An interview is the height of extemporaneous and impromptu public speaking and is a skill be be practiced like any other aspect of the contest.
Have your talking points. Have them written down and practice them.
The skill set reveals the difference between and auctioneer and a pure bid caller.
Develop extemporaneous skill set
Listen to the questions
Pause before answering completely
Practice with other competitors or in a Toastmaster type setting
Content: Pay attention to trends and topics of the industry and events
Engage in active listening in your business.
Practice with other business leaders in a Toastmaster type setting.
Recognize and explore trends.
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Check out Peter's championship interview: https://youtu.be/ZBzzzpFhhTc