You’ve heard it before: if you’re going to succeed in business, you’re going to need people skills. This is an absolute. One group of people has to cater to another group’s needs and wants in order to generate success in a marketplace.
But while other businesses might do a limited amount of interaction with people and the public, product fulfillment is a bit more involved. In product fulfillment, you have to focus your personal connections in a few different directions, making it a bit tougher to be a “people person” than in other types of businesses out there.