Go With The Flow

Almost everyone will ask a price ques­tion right away. Why? Maybe it’s just a habit, maybe they don’t know what else to ask, and maybe they’re just trying to ask, “What can I buy this for?” The ‘why’ doesn’t matter – what matters is that if you allow the conversation to start off about price …

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Get Involved In Your Own Career!

Congrats To Jackson & Team! “We doubled our units and our gross is incredible!” “I was taught your process when I first got into the car business and now we take training chapters on JVTN® together every day. We discuss the subject, we practice, and salespeople follow your 8-step process 100%, bypass price and are …

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Emotions Drive Most Purchases

Customers buy a different car or truck because they want to, not because they need to. The more excited they are when they’re on the lot, the more likely they are to buy. (Think about it – when people are cautious, aren’t we all less likely to buy?) Their positive emotions come from the sights, …

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Congratulations, Brandon!

“Even with the pandemic, I sold 22 units and was #1 in March after your sales workshop.” “I’ve been in the car business 2 years, and was already doing good averaging about 15 cars a month when the opportunity came up to attend your sales workshop. I knew what I would learn at your class …

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Stop Killing Your Sales

Stop bringing up down payment, payments, trades and price to select a vehicle – it’s killing your sales volume and your income. I was headed to a class and sat next to a woman on the flight. We started talking about cars and she told me she had just gotten a new one. I asked …

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Your hard work paid off!

“From 13 cars and $7,000 to selling 14-15 cars and $15,000.” “I’ve been selling for 1 year and just attended your Closing and Negotiation Workshop with several salespeople from my dealership. Wake up call – I never realized how just changing a few words can impact my entire sales process. We left that workshop energized …

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Getting a Bigger Paycheck

Great Job Nik! “From 8.5 to 22 and my biggest paycheck ever after your class!” “I was averaging 8.5 a month for the last year – and then I attended your ‘How To Sell More Cars’ 2 day class. Now I understand what you mean about working smarter, not harder. Your 8 step sales process …

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$7,000 to $15,000 a month!

“From selling 13 cars and making $7,000 to selling 14-15 cars and making $15,000.” “Joe, I have been selling cars for 1 year, and recently attended your Closing and Negotiation workshop with several salespeople from my dealership. WOW what a wake-up call – I never realized how just changing a few words can impact the entire sales process. …

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When every deal is a mini…

Ask Joe: “I can’t make $$$ – every deal is a mini!” If you’re getting lots of minis, it’s either because you’re only selling small units with zip for gross to begin with, or because you’re holding a price dropping auction on each vehicle you show people. Some dealers run big price ads, put a …

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How you can improve your sales, income right away…

Great job Colby! “From 6-7 to 14.5 and on track to make $80,000 this year!” “Without the training on JVTN® I have no clue where I would be today. If it wasn’t for Joe’s step-by-step processes and his practice and repeat wording, I’d have no framework to follow. And I love being able to study …

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50 ways you can improve!

Are you ready to make the big bucks? Here are 50 ways you can improve If you’re serious about selling more, have fun and rate yourself in each area from 0% to 100%. Then start improving YOU. (Careful on the 100%, nobody’s perfect.) The BasicsFirst Impressions (% Great) ____%Your Greeting (% Great) ____%Bypassing Price On …

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When You Learn More – You’ll Earn More

If your goal is to become one of those 20, 30 or 40 car SP, we are hands down your very best source – period. How do we help people turn pro? Because we teach skills & processes, like how to deal with price, which is about the biggest reason you lose sales and income. …

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Negotiation

Preparation is everything in sales, so you want to start every opportunity with the end in mind, because the negotiation is where you bring it all together and get the final agreement to buy. The more shortcuts you take, the less likely you are to end up with a delivery. What do you want to …

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How Important Is Price?

Ask Joe: “Should we focus on what people want & need a vehicle for or on what they have to pay?” Of course, in the car business, price comes up with every customer – it has to because they have to pay for the vehicle. When it’s handled correctly though, price is actually one of …

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Another Dozen Skills You Need To Earn $100,000+

Learning how to sell with the Basics is critical, but here is a list of the other skills you need if your goal is to earn $100,000+ every year. Just check what you want to improve. Keep The Sale On Track If you don’t control the process, good luck, you’ll need it. Control isn’t negative, …

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From 5th in Sales to #1 in Sales at 23 units

From the middle of the pack to 23 units a month. I have been selling for 2 years and have always been consistently in the middle of the pack for my dealership. When I left your How To Sell A Car workshop, I was on fire and my confidence was way up. Your sales process …

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From 5th To #1…

From 5th in Sales to #1 in Sales at 23 units. “From the middle of the pack to 23 units a month. I have been selling for 2 years and have always been consistently in the middle of the pack for my dealership. When I left your How To Sell A Car Workshop, I was …

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How You Count Things Will Control Your Career

Amateurs count the times things they do don’t work. Why? It helps them justify not doing the things you have to do in sales to sell more, earn more and control your career in sales. “I made 5 follow up calls and nobody came back in – what a waste of time.”  “I tried staying …

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