Success in 5 Critical Steps

Did You Know…Your success depends on 5 critical steps. 1. Believing that you can improve. “Whether you think you can, or can’t, you’re right.” Henry Ford 2. Your desire to improve. If you aren’t motivated, it won’t happen. 3. Your commitment to DO IT! “I’ll try”, “I’ll give it a shot”, “I’ll do my best” …

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My average is 23 & doubled my gross!

“Hello Joe, it’s  been  a little over a year and a half since my first improvements when I first started selling cars, and I just keep improving my units and gross profit. I would like to thank you and the entire Joe Verde team for creating an amazing training program on JVTN®. Because I developed …

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Set Goals For Success in 2021…

Joe’s book…“Get Everything YOU WANT Goal Setting For Salespeople” “I used to take the Joe Verde training that was provided to me for granted. I looked at it as a daily task I had to do, that may prevent me from potentially getting a customer on the lot. I was given Joe’s book Get Everything …

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Help Your Customers Buy

If you were selling commercial vehicles, the buyer knows why they need the vehicle, that’s a given. But wouldn’t you need to know what their needs were so you could show them why your product is the perfect solution? If you sell cars, aren’t you also selling solutions to people’s wants and needs? Yes. To …

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Find Your Stats!

To improve at sales, gross or working leads, you have to find out what you’re really doing and be totally honest in your ‘counts’, below. A. Find your results when you’re only communicating by web / email & texts. 1. Count ALL of these leads this month.2. Count all of your back and forth contacts …

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Topping $170,000

“$125K, $140K, and $170K with JVTN®!” “Joe – When we first got JVTN® and went through your How To Sell Cars online course, I followed your new Basics, because that’s what I was told to do. Then I began to see it work consistently, then I began to understand why it works consistently. Now it …

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Questions To Find “Hot Button” Motives

Investigating to learn more than “I want a 2500 HD” is critical. When you find and sell to each driver’s “Hot Buttons”, people object less, and pay more for their dream truck (or car, RV, motorcycle or boat). Here are some bad vs. good examples… Dead End Questions Do you want a long bed? “No” …

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Selling Is About Communicating

Two key points I want to make… 1. The different ways we communicate directly affect the outcome, so stick with the best… • What we say: By themselves, words aren’t bell ringers and only make up 7% of effective communication. • How we say it: Our tone & inflection adds more meaning to what we …

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What are you working on to improve?

In the last few months on my blog, we’ve talked about… • Trade bad sales habits for good ones. Did you create a list of yours? Have you traded a few, so you can sell more? • Emotions Drive Sales On the lot, are you focusing less on the ‘transaction’ and focusing more on their …

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Snapshot Of Today’s Buyer

So with COVID, fires & hurricanes, let’s check to make sure these are still accurate… Are these buyer stats accurate today? ○ 99% want to drive it. Yep, just like you and me, we don’t buy TVs without seeing the picture first or cars without driving them. ○ 90%+ did their research online. Me, too. …

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How To Move Up In Levels

The progression from the bottom to the top in sales is all about skills, processes, goals, organization & determination. So let’s look at the quick list of skills and habits you need to get to your next level. 1. From ‘Below Average’ to ‘Average’ First, get serious. Do what I cover in here and “Go …

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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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“Lucky for me…”

“Lucky for me that we started training on JVTN®.” “I had been in Service for 17 years and I loved working with the people, loved the product and the dealership but my dealer kept telling me I’d be great in sales, so 3 years ago I finally made the change. Lucky for me after averaging …

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Avoiding Distractions…

While we’re talking peer pressure, when I started selling cars again, I had a clear daily routine I followed to sell more. I’d get there half an hour early, then walk the front line and back lot to see what came in or moved around since I’d left. I walked through service, the customer lounge …

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Fall down, Get back up!

When you fall down, do you get back up? Think about when you miss a few sales in a row – do you give up and blame it on the market, the dealership, the customers, etc. or do you learn more, so you can sell more units in the future? ————— I’m sure glad this …

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Always Head North East!

A picture is worth 1,000 words. Which chart is most like your sales & income this year? Charting your performance is the easiest, most fundamental tool you have for a ‘look’ at how you’re performing in any area. A chart is the “picture” of your performance, or lack of it. It’s simple – draw a …

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Gross is Up!

Dealers are telling us ‘gross is up’. Why? They say it’s because people don’t want to shop several dealerships with the COVID outbreak to buy a car, so they’ll pay more. But customers always felt that way and most of them would have paid more. The difference is, most salespeople don’t follow the basics, they …

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