Doubling Your Income After Reading Joe’s $100K Book!

“I’ve doubled my income.” “I read a chapter every day in Joe’s book, ‘Earn Over 100K Selling Cars Every Year’. One of his comments constantly sticks in my head. Joe says, ‘Do you want to go home every day feeling confident that you can take care of your family, or do you want to go …

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Make It Happen This Month

Want to sell more and earn more this month? Then do everything on this list! Look, act, sound and think like a pro! Leave all your problems at the curb right now, and go to work to sell some cars. WORK your full shift. Don’t stand around waiting for something to happen, just ‘work’. Read …

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How many closes do you need to know?

Logically, you need as many as it takes to close more sales than you do now. We teach well over 100 different ways to set you up to be able to ask for that last commitment, or handle the objection effectively to get the commitment. More important, we cover exactly what to say next, no …

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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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How A 3×5 Card Helped Me In Sales

I was doing a ‘stats’ video a few weeks ago and reminded everyone how critical it is to not just hear stats, but to internalize them. When I started selling cars the 2nd time, I wrote the stats we cover on different 3×5 cards and carried them with me for 30 days, so I could …

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How To Go From 13 Units to 20 or 25

The one sentence answer … Learn to sell one more unit each month. A year from now, you’ll be at 25 cars a month. ————— Three things keep most people from selling more and earning more… Skills – Habits – Attitude You’ve probably heard about what happens to so many of the million dollar lottery …

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Being Good vs. Getting Better

I’m always surprised when I ask salespeople: “What did you do to prepare for your 4 or 5 opportunities to make $1,000 today?” Yep, the answer is usually ‘nothing’. I can’t understand why a salesperson would tell their kids to practice for a soccer game on Saturday, but then not practice for their own big …

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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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Winners Never Quit

Albert Einstein got low scores in arithmetic, Winston Churchill got poor grades in English, and both ended up being two of the greatest men in history. When I say don’t give up, I’m not talking about just quitting, I’m talking about mentally throwing in the towel, because you missed a sale or because you asked …

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Processes vs. Skills – What’s The Difference?

Processes … A process is made up of the steps you take to complete something, whether it’s building a house, selling a car, or prospecting out in service. Common processes you need in sales… How to warm up the prospect – how to build value in owning the vehicle – how to close the sale …

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It’s All About ‘Choice’

Fact: You either choose to develop the habit of continually getting better (in sales & in life) or you choose to develop the habit of making excuses to justify everything you don’t do (in sales & in life). There are certainly things ‘out of your control’ that cause you to lose a sale, like their …

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Enthusiasm Sells!

Have you ever noticed how successful you are on those days you feel great? You know, those days when everything is going just right and everybody who walks on the lot that day is there to buy from you! The product doesn’t sell itself. A presentation alone doesn’t sell the product and neither does advertising …

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Everything Is A Choice

A friend of ours wanted a new Toyota and went to the closest dealership to buy it. Who could ask for anything more – a qualified buyer is coming to buy a new car! But she didn’t buy the Toyota. She wanted it, she said the salesperson was nice and everything was fine except that …

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Best Month With 23.5 Units

“My best month…23.5 units.” “I am on my 4th time through Joe’s ‘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 …

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Tip: Get In One Dealership, And Stay There

My wife and I were out looking for a new vehicle and talked to a salesperson who didn’t know me. He gave us a pretty good presentation and did a good job telling us about the product and the equipment levels and other options, and he offered us a demonstration. He went to all this …

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Joe Verde To Keynote At AutoCon 2014

Joe Verde Sales & Management Training Inc., today announced that Joe Verde will present a session, “The 5 Biggest Changes You Need To Make In 2014 To Have a Record Year,” at AutoCon 2014, September 3-5, at the Aria, Las Vegas. His talk will be held Thursday, Sept. 4, at 11 a.m., and will help …

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Body Language

When you’re trying to get an agreement from your customer, slowly start nodding your head up and down as you’re talking to them about a feature or benefit. It’s easy, practice this now… Smile, nod your head and say out loud, “Won’t this be fun on those trips to the mountains?” Practice it again as …

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