There is a Zen to interviewing-a natural rhythm and way to achieve your goals.This starts by understanding the mindset of the interviewer. Think about the interviewer’s mindset. The interviewer is always going to be thinking about how you as an individual would represent the organization. This is especially true for sales reps being that they typically are in direct contact with the customer. Keep this in mind: if you don’t represent yourself well in the interview, the interviewer will question your ability to represent yourself in front of the customer. This is where interview etiquette comes into play. If you show up unprepared and dressed sloppily in an interview, the interviewer will assume that you would show up to a client meeting in the same manner? Below are some things to consider regarding interview etiquette.