Customer Satisfaction

What does it take to make a customer happy with their purchase? The answer lies in what makes any of us feel good after we’ve spent a lot of money on something.We all want to feel like we got… A “Fair Price” is always determined by what customers pay in relation to the value you’ve …

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Why settle for ‘just average’ when you have no limits?

There are people selling 40, 50, 60 and 80 units per month, and earning $100,000, $200,000, $300,000 and $500,000+ per year. So please toss those chains you’re wearing, and stop allowing yourself to get stuck in that 8 to 10 units, or less, and $40,000 to $60,000 a year rut. Those are just average units …

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Create Mental Ownership

One of the most important things you can do in sales is to plant those positive seeds of them using the vehicle and them behind the wheel. The catch: You can’t talk about them using the new car or truck or being behind the wheel unless you dig in (investigate) to learn more about who …

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Selling at the Pro Level

Selling at a professional level is… An 8 Step Process,Not A Casual ConversationWith A Closing Question. You won’t earn $100,000+ with a casual, “Hey – need any help?”, asking a few pre-qualifying questions and skipping steps along the way. Ask yourself these questions for a great example of the difference between the casual approach, versus …

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No Manual When I Needed It!

I hadn’t used my drone lately and needed it for a video of my property. It’s off grid with no internet connection, so I couldn’t get to the manual on how to link to the controller. I wish I’d downloaded it sooner, so I’d had it when I needed it. I did that today! Download …

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Talk Past The Sale…

“Joe, you said to ‘talk past the sale’. What does that mean and why?” There are dozens of ‘important things’ we need to do in sales to increase our chances of making it happen. One is to help people take ‘mental ownership’. That means see themselves using the vehicle, before they buy it. Think about …

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Beat Who’s On Top, Or Improve?

Is your goal to ‘beat the top salesperson’ or to continually improve? Math: If you both just work your shift and the top SP sells 15 and you sell 12 – of course you can beat him or her just by doubling down on your hours. Problem: You can’t maintain double down, so I’d recommend …

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Living The Dream…

“Joe, my story started out very similar to others – I was in a job working long and hard, and being underappreciated and wanted a change and the opportunity to earn more money. When I first applied at the dealership, I told the GM during my interview that I needed to make $60K, which would …

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More Effort vs. More Skills

I’ve seen 8-car guys have a 20 or 30-car month because they put in a ton of extra effort. But it can’t be maintained, because it’s based on a ton of extra effort instead of a ton of extra skills. The better option is to develop more skills to improve even some. It’s math; selling …

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Challenges To Developing Skills

What keeps salespeople from developing the critical selling skills to earn $100,000+ per year, usually in less time at work than it takes them to earn $40,000 now? • Practice … If I covered batting lessons, next you’d hit the cage and keep swinging until you’re better, and you’d continue with daily practice to keep …

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Your Daily Dozen Checklist

You’ve set your goals, now follow these rules of selling and success and watch your sales and income skyrocket! Download my ‘Go To Work To Work’ audio at JoeVerde.com/GTWTW or check out audios inside JVTN® – and then you can get to work… 1. Leave any problems at the curb. Stuff happens, to everyone, but …

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Is it goal setting – or is it magic?

Goal setting is the best kept secret in the world and it’s the closest thing there is to real magic. It’s simple, and it’s powerful. You figure out what you want, then write a very detailed plan on how you’ll get it, and then presto – if you just follow your plan, 94% of the …

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Doubling Up!

“I doubled my sales and increased my gross.” “Joe, I have been selling cars only 4 months and was so lucky to get at a dealership that started using your training my 4th month. The first day we got JVTN® , my manager said you’re going to watch a minimum of one chapter per day …

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Secrets to Success…

Ask Joe: “I want to make $100,000 every year – where do I start?” We get this question a lot in class and through our ‘Ask Joe’ emails. That’s why I wrote these 3 books… • “How To Sell A Car” • “Earn Over $100,000 Every Year Selling Cars”• “Goal Setting For Salespeople” ‘Sell’ is …

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What Works Best for a Walkaround…?

Ask Joe: Why should a 6-Point Walkaround be a ‘Targeted’ 2 or 3-Point Walkaround instead? I was a judge at a walkaround contest held by the manufacturer. The best product sales experts from every region were there. They came on stage with the vehicles they’d present and the crowds roared (OK, no roar, but they …

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How To Work Fewer Hours And Sell More…

Who Could Pass This Up? So many people say, “Joe, if I did everything you talk about, I’d never have any time off with my family.” I’ve never said work longer. In fact, when you do what we teach, you’ll spend less time at work, earn more money, and have more quality time with your …

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Developing Your Skills

If you’re training on JVTN® or attending our sales workshops so you can sell more, let’s talk about how you can turn knowledge into skills. We retain… • 10% of what we read• 20% of what we hear• 30% of what we see• 70% of what we discuss w/others• 80% of what we experience So …

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