The Generation Gap…

What’s most important to…Baby Boomers, Gen X & Millennials? There’s a lot of commotion about the differences between these age groups. If you really listen to them though, they’re really almost the same when it comes to actually buying the vehicle. The biggest difference between these groups is understanding how they shop for a car, …

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Your Support Group May Be Holding You Back

Unfortunately, more than half of the people reading this are stuck… Because they weren’t paying attention to what was happening, they’re… stuck with an average attitude, stuck with poor work habits in sales, stuck with skills that don’t work, and all of that means they’re stuck at average or below in sales and income. Why? …

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Went From 14.5 To 20.5 Units

From 14.5 to 20.5 by going to ‘work to work’ and following your 8 steps.   “Joe, I have been in the car business just over one year and was averaging 14.5 before you class, which wasn’t bad, but I wanted more. In your Selling Skills Workshop, I realized I wasn’t working very effectively, so …

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JVSMT Trainer, Sean Gardner, To Speak At MTADA Convention

Joe Verde Sales & Management Training, Inc.,(JVSMT) today announced that their senior trainer, Sean Gardner, has been selected to present a workshop, “Finish This Year With A Bang!,” at the Montana ADA Convention, Saturday, August 26, at 9:15 am. Commenting on his workshop, Gardner stated, “Dealers spend millions of dollars every year to drive traffic …

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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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Joe Verde Launches New Website!

Joe Verde Sales & Management Training, Inc., (JVSMT) announced the launch of their newly updated and revamped website: www.joeverde.com Commenting on the new site, Joe Verde, President, Joe Verde Sales & Management Training, Inc., stated, “Our goal with this new website is to provide our visitors an easier way to learn about our services and …

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JV Trainer Sean Gardner Will Speak At NADA

Joe Verde Sales & Management Training, Inc., (JVSMT) today announced that their trainer, Sean Gardner, has been selected to present a workshop, “Turn Millennial Price Shoppers into Loyal Customers,” at the annual NADA Convention in New Orleans, LA, January 26-29. Commenting on his workshop, Gardner stated, “There are 80 million-plus millennials in the U.S. They’re …

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My Average Gross on the Front End is $3,000…

“I was in construction before I started at my dealership 3 years ago…” “My dealership is very pro training, and very pro Joe Verde. They send us to classes and we have JVTN® to keep learning more every day. I compare what I learn in Joe’s classes and online to having a set of blueprints …

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Words Will Make or Break the Sale

“Your first few seconds and your first few words will usually make or break the sale.” How can a sale that usually takes a couple hours be so affected by the first 20 seconds? That’s easy, a lot of critical things happen very quickly when you meet someone. The first few seconds… The prospect’s first …

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Blurred Lines Between Selling & Closing

See what I mean about the blurred lines between selling and closing? Everything you do to bring a customer into the dealership; turning incoming calls into appointments, prospecting in service, and retaining your sold customers – moves the sale forward. Everything you do in Steps 1-4 of our 8-Step Basics, from your attitude, to your …

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“From 7.5 average to 21 units.”

Joe, I am at 3 years in the car business and 1 year at my current store… I sell Audis and I love the product!  Before your ‘How To Sell A Car Today’ Workshop, I was holding a 7.5 car average with my biggest month at 10.5.  I was right in there with everyone else at …

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The Skills To Your Success

You Need ‘Selling Skills’ To Sell And Then You Need ‘Success Skills’ To Succeed… SUCCESS SKILLS: Control your continued growth No matter what profession you’re in, success skills are your foundational skills – the skills that drive your success. Whether you’re selling, acting, farming, or playing golf for a living – you have to keep …

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Hat-trick on first day!

My first day back, I got a hat trick…” “I am brand new to the car business. Previously I was a bartender and my people skills with building rapport are second to none, so that part was really easy for me, the tough part was what to do next. After attending your ‘How To Sell …

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Imagine a different future and bigger paycheck

If you want to sell & earn more, imagine what you could learn in our 3 sales classes! There’s so much to learn about “selling” that we have 3 completely different 2-Day Workshops: ‘How To Sell A Car’ … on core selling skills and the sales process to double your average production now ‘Advanced Closing …

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Doubling Your Numbers With JVTN.com

“From 13 to 27 units with JVTN®” “I started at my dealership recently, and I am amazed at how JVTN® has helped me with every process in selling. Joe has presented a process for every step of the sale, including prospecting and customer retention! I started in April and sold 13, and at the end …

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‘Best Price’

A friend wanted my help to buy a car. She knew exactly what she wanted, and just wanted me to help her get a ‘deal’. I was buried, so I gave her the secret to finding the best deal in town… I told her to call 5 dealerships, describe what she wanted, ask them for …

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Detailing Cars to $100K in Sales

“From detailing cars to $100,000 in sales.” “I started at my dealership 18 years ago and worked as a detailer for 10 years.  I saw the potential in earnings in sales, but I was plain scared to try a commission based job.  I wanted to be a better provider for my family though, so I …

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