Archive: July 2013

You Control Your Attitude

Your actions control your success. Your attitude controls your actions. You control your attitude. We all know learning more is not a requirement for most salespeople. In fact, even being required to go to-work-to-work and put in an effective shift every day usually isn’t required either. You should also know that selling more cars and […]

“Best month…23.5 units!”

“Best month…23.5 units.” “I am on my 4th time through the ‘The Goal Setting for Salespeople’ book so I don’t miss anything. I set a goal to sell 20 cars per month and figured I’d have to talk to 3 people per day and close 1 of the 3. I’ve had (2) Hat tricks already this month. […]

Vehicle Delivery Addressed for JVTN® Online Training Course

Subscribers to JVTN®, Joe Verde’s virtual sales training network for the automotive industry, introduced a new specialized training course that focuses on having a more effective Delivery to help ensure customer retention and additional opportunities for customer referrals. “Too many salespeople think that once they’ve parked their customers in the Finance office their responsibility is […]

Sales Up For Local PA Dealership With Joe Verde Training

Joe Verde Sales and Management Training, Inc. today announced that it will be in Philadelphia, PA in August and September with two workshops. The first workshop, “Team Leadership” For Retail Sales Managers: How to Double Your Net Profit, for dealers and managers will be held August 8th and 9th, 2013. The second workshop, How to […]

Joe Verde To Speak At NAMAD Meeting

Automotive sales training expert and author Joe Verde will address how dealers can recognize a dramatic improvement in sales and gross within 90 days during his special invitation workshop with the National Association of Minority Automobile Dealers (NAMAD) Annual Membership Conference taking place on July 10-12 in Miami, Fla. A prominent figure in the industry, […]

Ask ‘GOOD’ Questions!

Getting customers comfortable with you as quickly as possible is important because the sooner they feel comfortable, the closer you get to making the sale. That’s why building rapport is so important and why you have to learn how to ask good questions that cause people to open up and talk to you more. The […]