I'm reading a book which is about salesman. The book has a sentence as follows:
the traditional view of a salesman who is good with customers will always be that he is only out for selling his products and does not care about customers or relationships with customers (as if selling products is not caring, and as if relationships with customers do not include selling products).
It's hard for me to understand the meaning of "out for" and "caring" in this sentence. Can anyone help me? Thank!