Why You Picked The Right Profession…

A career guide in sales to earn the big bucks in life! Pay attention… What can you do about it? Based on these stats, I’d recommend the following… (Note: ‘Waiting’ isn’t ‘Working’!) *********** How serious are you about wanting to earn more money? I’m not talking about ‘wishing’ … do you want to sell more …

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Watch out for tricks your mind & ego play…

Your mind, and especially your ego are not always your best friend. They want you to be perfect as-is, so they do their best to muddy the waters on anything new. It’s a mental tug of war. It’s tough to jump on board with ‘New’ things when you don’t understand how they could work. But …

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“Being new, what should I focus on?”

We spend 2 full days in class, have 20 different 2-5+ hour courses on JVTN®, and I have a 400 page book to cover the answer to your question. Your success in sales depends on how serious you are about learning to sell, the right way. When people show up, even if they say ‘I …

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Does Talking Price Kill The Deal?

The more you talk price on the lot, the closer you are to losing the sale. The easiest change you can make in 2024 to avoid missing sales is to have a great year is to stop focusing on price, trade, down and payments on the lot. Those discussions should always be inside after you …

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Takes more than Optimism to Hit your Goals

“I will sell 30 cars a month!” That is certainly optimistic, but… Optimism is just another word for highball. Hitting 30 takes goals, a plan, skills and discipline. Everybody says they want to sell more, earn more, build their customer base and more. The problem always boils down to the ‘trades’ you’ll have to make. …

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Spot your dream and make a deadline!

Goals – Goals – Goals In January, we talked about goals; what they are, who sets them, and the rules to goal setting. All of that leads to even more questions to talk about. Your success depends on 4 key elements. These are the 4 secrets to success: your Skills, work Habits, Attitude, and the …

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Sell More Cars, Have More Fun, Make More Money

“I never had so much fun helping people and getting paid for it at the same time.” “Selling cars was something I always wanted to do and just knew I would be good at it. I was working as a teaching assistant in the school system and I was so lucky to start at a …

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SHAC Applied Skills

“We train daily on JVTN®. Your 8 step process has been the key to take me from averaging 20 to 32.6 now.” Ameer, Medina Auto Mall, OH “From 13 units to 23 from working on your 8 steps, focusing on closing and handling objections.” Addison Winch, Romeo Toyota, NY “I worked in fast food before …

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What Will It Take To Hit $100,000 In ’24?

Most people have no idea! $100,000 a year should be the base you improve from, not your ‘hope to get lucky & hit one year’! So, the question I get a lot is, “Do I have to work in a high line store or in a better location?” Nope. Does it depend on if your …

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A Few Things To Understand About Today’s Market

About Today’s Market… A lot of buyers and salespeople have retreated to a bunker and are trying to hide from the storm. We’re all faced with higher prices, and yesterday here in South Orange County, I paid $6.99 for gas. Buyers are cautious about everything they buy now, and that means cars, too. So if …

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Attitude Is Everything

Attitudes are your most important tool to sell more, especially now, while everything is going on. When you walk out with a spring in your step & a smile on your face to greet every customer, you just buried the last 3 salespeople they met down the street, and that’s before you even say anything. …

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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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Stop saying you can’t!

I keep trying to talk you into selling more, but first you have to believe that you can. The first step to selling more is to stop saying you can’t. A few questions… • Can an 8 car SP sell one more and hit 9? Seriously, of course! • How would they achieve that? A …

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Double your sales & get better every day!

“I doubled my sales after your workshop and JVTN®!” “Thanks for an incredible sales workshop. Just having a Joe Verde trainer in front of me for 2 solid days made me appreciate even more the commitment my dealership has made to training and growing our dealership and me personally. The workshop really affirmed to me …

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Skipping the Demo…

About those good & bad habits! The more you do something, the stronger the habit will become. If you skip a demo today, it will be easier to skip one tomorrow. And most already have the habit and skip the demo 2 or 3 times every day. Problem: No Demo = No Sale People don’t …

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Went from $25K to $120K!

“I was earning $25,000, now I’m at $120,000!” “I went from working at a grocery store and going to college making $25K to $30K to making $120,000 my first full year in car sales.  When I got into the car business, I started out in the BDC, and transitioned to sales a year and a …

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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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