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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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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Commission Jumps from $250 to $625

From 7 units to 20 … and from $250 in commission to $625!” “I‘ve been in the car business 8 months. Prior to attending the Joe Verde Closing & Negotiation workshop, I had a steady 9 car average and was making about $250 per unit commission. The JVTN® online training really gave me a firm foundation to …

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What Would Happen If You Make Improving Your Priority?

The year is young. What can happen in 2016, if you make improving your priority? If you develop better selling skills… A great example from a veteran in sales… “I’ve been in the car business 26 years, and I’ve attended Joe’s Sales and Closing & Negotiating Workshops, and we have JVTN® in our dealership. Last …

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Facts About Buying & Selling

Which stats are most important? That’s a big question because there are about 100 ‘most important’ facts about the different areas that affect sales. Stats on customers, selling, closing, negotiation, follow up, calls & leads, and facts on prospecting, unsold follow up, retention and more. Here are the most important when it comes to making …

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In The First 20 Seconds…

“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 1st …

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New Classes Added: Winter Workshops Series

Joe Verde Sales & Management Training, Inc., (JVSMT) announced today the dates of its fourth quarter plus more training workshop series. Five separate workshops are being offered at various locations throughout the U.S. and Canada. How To Sell A Car & Close The Sale Today is an interactive two-day workshop. The class focus is on …

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An Easy Objection

“I’ll think it over and get back to you,” is one of the easiest objections to handle. Instead of dropping the price or handing them your dismissal slip (business card) try this instead: “Bob, help me out for a second before you leave … this seems like the perfect vehicle for you guys, what is …

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Getting ‘Lucky’ With Sales

Want to get lucky and earn more this month? Just do what a lot of 20-30-40 car pros do: • Look, Act, Sound and Think like a pro this month! • Leave problems, stinky little attitudes and everything but selling at the curb and just go to work to sell a car. • Work your …

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CRIC Beats “ITIO” Again & Again

“I’ll think it over and get back to you” – is one of the easiest objections to close on. Instead of dropping the price or carding them, first, you need to Clarify what they mean … “Bob, help me out here for a second before you leave … what is it you want to think …

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5 Objections Handled Joe’s Way

He handled 5 objections Joe’s way & closed the sale! “I have been in sales and management for over 20 years and I have been training on JVTN® since Feb 2014.  I train daily, 30 minutes on my own, and we do group training with our team about 2 times per week. My part of the process …

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It’s Not Rocket Science – It’s Common Sense

Have you ever heard, “Your first few seconds and your first few words will make or break your sale.”…? Most salespeople in our business can’t understand how a sale that normally takes a couple of hours can be so affected by the first twenty seconds or so. Your first few seconds: This would be that …

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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 …

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Overcoming Objections + Staying Off Price = More Market Share

Daily Training in Overcoming Objections & Staying Off Price Helps Independent Dealer Modern Classic Motors Gain Market Share  Joe Verde Sales and Management Training, Inc.,  today announced that daily training in how to close the sale, overcome objections and stay off price has helped independent dealer Modern Classic Motors of Grand Junction, CO, double its …

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Advanced Closing JVTN.com Course Released By Joe Verde

Subscribers to JVTN®, Joe Verde’s virtual sales training network for the automotive industry, now have access to a new advanced training course that focuses on how to become a “master closer” in the automotive business. “This training course helps you improve your selling skills to handle the tough objections you face on the lot every …

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Always Make Your Customers Comfortable

Have you stopped to think about what you’re asking most customers to do, in dollars and cents, after a 10 minute presentation and a quick spin around the block? Car payments use up 20%-30% of the average person’s take home pay.  That means whether you’re selling a loaded Tahoe or stripped Accent, car payments make …

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Handling “Price” Objections Sales Course Released

 A new course entitled “Price” is now offered to subscribers on the Joe Verde Training Network® (JVTN®).  This targeted online training series gives managers and salespeople the skills to handle tough price questions, close more deals, and negotiate with a better set of selling tools. “A good deal is a feeling – not a number,” said …

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