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Being Productive

“Am I doing the most productive thing possible right now?” Write this question down on a few business cards and put this note to yourself everywhere – so you’re constantly reminded to “work” when you’re at work. Put a card on your dashboard, on your telephone at work, in your pocket so you’re reminded every …

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Went From 9 To 24!

“From 9 units a month to 24 the month I attended your class.”  “I‘ve been in the car business 7 months, my first couple of months I was averaging about 9 units, then I attended Joe’s Closing Workshop. After learning your easy to follow the 8 steps to the sale, and really understanding and believing these …

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What’s True…?

Check the correct statements… ○ After salespeople become high achievers, they develop their skills, get organized, and come to work to work. ○ Salespeople who develop their skills, get organized, and come to work to work, become high achievers. ————— ○ After salespeople start doing most of their business with repeat and referral customers, they …

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Balance Your Enthusiasm…

Control your enthusiasm and you’ll control your career in sales. Selling is a combination of enthusiasm (attitude), skills, work habits, choice of customers and product knowledge. Enthusiasm is primarily determined by your success, your peers, and your job satisfaction. Success in selling is directly connected to… Your Skills … Knowing how to quickly build rapport, …

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Leave me alone – I’m working!

Wouldn’t it be great to work with 10 other 30 car a month salespeople who are all on the same page, working smart, and making money? That atmosphere is all about doing a great job, having fun, making money, and making customers happier than they’ve ever been with their purchase. Peer pressure and peer distractions …

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The Psychology of Buying

Which statement is correct? Buying is logical – and negotiation is emotional. Buying is emotional – and negotiation is logical. Fact: For 95%, buying is an emotional process. Think about it; very few people need to buy a different vehicle than the one they have now. They buy because they want a different vehicle. Price …

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Ask Joe: Do I spend too much time working deals?

Ask Joe: How much time should you spend ‘selling’ vs. ‘working the deal’? You’ll spend about 2 hours making most sales and the outcome depends on how you spend your time. a. Spend the first 20 minutes focused on the money and you’ll spend the better part of 2 hours negotiating price. Result: 6% Delivery …

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Ask Joe: About Those ‘Be-Backs’

“Joe, when someone leaves without buying and then comes back in, why do you suggest we demo the vehicle again, before we go inside to work the deal?” As an 8-car salesperson, when people came back, I was so pumped I’d head straight inside and get bummed when they left without buying. What happened? When …

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Ask Joe: Your Time and ‘Selling’ vs. ‘Working the Deal’

How much time should you spend ‘selling’ vs. ‘working the deal’? You’ll spend about 2 hours making most sales and the outcome depends on how you spend your time. a. Spend the first 20 minutes focused on the money and you’ll spend the better part of 2 hours negotiating price. Result: 6% Delivery Ratio b. …

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On Track For $100,000 In The First Year Selling Cars With JVTN

“From High School to tracking $100,000 my first year selling cars!” “Joe – I was 3 months out of High School when I was introduced to the car Business and I was lucky to land at a great dealership that provides great training and the support from Management that will take me to the top. …

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Common Mistakes That Cost You Sales

Mistakes in sports cost you goals, points and eventually the game. Mistakes in sales cost you units, bonuses and commission each month. In sports, when you recognize you’re doing something wrong, or that you could be doing better, the obvious solution is to practice, practice and practice some more. The more you practice, the better …

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First Impressions Matter – Good or Bad

Customers make 1st impressions of everything, including your cars. If it’s a bad 1st impression, does that make it… ❑ Easier to close the sale –OR– ❑ Tougher to close the sale? Why tougher? Because when you show a vehicle that isn’t clean, won’t start, or runs out of gas on the demo, you create …

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‘Core 4 Selling’ Led The Way To More Sales

“JVTN® is my foundation…My new average is 21 units per month!” “I have been in the car business just 5 months and I am so thankful to my dealership for having JVTN® training to provide me with a firm foundation to build upon. I started training on Joe Verde Training Network® Day 1 with Joe …

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$94,423 Raised For CCI At ADESA Auction At NADA Convention

In a continued effort to support Canine Companions for Independence (CCI), ADESA held an auction during the 2017 NADA Convention in New Orleans that raised $94,423 for the NADA Foundation and CCI. Retired Army Sgt. Steve Blackman and his service dog, Gottlieb, attended the auction to represent Canine Companions. “My life has completely changed. No …

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Apply What You Learn In Class…

“If I could go back 20 years to apply what I learned in Joe’s class…” “I have been in car sales over 20 years and if I could go back 20 years with what I learned at Joe Verde’s ‘How To Sell A Car Today’ Workshop, I would be retired now with more money than …

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