and stayed in town while “my guys” went on a hike. (The truth is, the mile plus-high altitude had me worried my pace would slow them down on the steep trail anyway!)
This young woman was remarkable knowledgeable, patient, and pleasant. I found myself getting all sorts of makeup tips and lessons of application, without any hard-core sales tactics. I knew she was a good teacher when she said, "I'm going to apply this to one eye - and you can then try to do the other.”
My skin care and makeup routine has always been very minimal. Suddenly I was asking her for moisturizer and make-up advice. I ended up leaving the store with several purchases and a list of other things she recommended, in case I decide to purchase them on-line. I came out into the sunshine smiling - and looking perhaps a teeny-tiny bit younger!
As for my computer - it seems as though just being near other Apple products may have fixed it, because it hasn't whined at all - not even once - since I was in the store!
Have you ever taken something for repair, and then not been able to show the repair person what is wrong with it?
This is not a sponsored post, and I did not receive any compensation to write it. It is, however, a testimony to just how valuable the help of an excellent salesperson can be.