How Can I Sell More?

This is another frequent question we get, and it’s the easiest one to answer. You’ll see workers and waiters in almost every job. A lot of people get paid the same, whether they work or wait. Not so for salespeople, though. You’re in a profession that pays for one thing, and one thing only … …

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One of the Most Common Questions We’re Having…

Let’s talk about the questions we’re getting now… “Joe, why do you keep talking about your 8 steps to the sale when we have almost no inventory to sell? In real life, we either have the car they want or we don’t, and they either buy it or they don’t.” ————— I love it when …

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Go With The Flow

Almost everyone will ask you 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 you ‘what can I buy this for?’ ‘Why’ doesn’t matter – what matters is: if you let the conversation focus on price instead of …

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Your dislikes…

Which do you dislike more? Learning more so you can earn more this year? -OR- Earning less this year? Yep — You get to choose. #1 is a strain on your brain. #2 is a strain on your paycheck. ### Learn to set goals in sales is so important…Download this ebook by Joe Verde, the …

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Learn To Negotiate

I would never try to summarize ‘negotiation’ in here, it’s way too big. That’s why we have advanced courses on closing and setting up more successful negotiations on JVTN®. Big Tip: The key to a successful negotiation depends on what you did on the lot – not what you do in your office. To Set …

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No Rushing & No Shortcuts

Making or missing a sale takes the same amount of time, about 90 minutes. The result depends on what you do in those 90 minutes. If you spend 80% of your time on the lot following each of my 8 steps and focus on a targeted demo & presentation on the closest to perfect vehicle …

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Stop Wasting Your Day Waiting For An ‘Up’

A lot of salespeople spend most of their day just waiting and hoping. They hope for traffic, hope they’ll get an ‘up’, hope that person is serious, hope there’s a unit in stock they’ll want to buy, and hope they can and will take it home today. WOW! That’s just way too much ‘hope’ to …

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Success Stories Help You Improve…

Why should I read other salespeople’s testimonials on your blog? That’s easy to answer. There are 4 things in sales that control your income and continued success – we call them S H A C. • Your Skills • Your Habits In Sales • Your Attitude • Your Choice Of Customers (Repeat, Referral & Prospecting …

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Closing & Negotiating…

How salespeople miss sales that could have easily become deliveries Your Opportunity To Deliver More Units We know 78% (8 out of 10) of the people on your lot came to buy. We also know that 86% are flexible and buy a different color, equipment or vehicle than they said they wanted. I will agree, …

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Got Any Room To Improve?

Rate Yourself 1-10… ○ Control during the sale ○ Following our 8-Step Process ○ Finding ‘wants & needs’ for targeted demos & presentations ○ Bypassing price on the lot ○ Building value to help you close ○ Closing for a solid commitment ○ Negotiating (not dropping price) ○ Holding gross ○ Selling the ‘other’ units …

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Your “Words” Control Your Success

Most salespeople say they hate scripts, because ‘they sound phony’ or ‘don’t work’ or some other reason to justify not learning new things that are more effective. If that’s you – surprise… Everything you say now is scripted. Understand that your scripts are your ‘skills’ and your skills control your success. If you’re selling 8 …

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Doubled Units, Tripled Gross

I more than doubled my units & tripled my gross with Joe’s training! “When I first started selling cars, my manager told me to just go talk to people and that I’d get the hang of it. I didn’t, so a year later I reached out to The Joe Verde Group and I started with …

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Here’s ‘one thing’ to help you sell more

Most salespeople don’t count all of those other potential customers, because most don’t buy. The problem is with the word ‘most’. All People – Most People = Some People who do end up buying, when you do your job. I learned to cheat too, because my first manager told me to log all ‘ups’. The …

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Are you Asking the Right Questions to Control the Sale?

Note: Your first few minutes and first few words determine the path of every sale. The questions you aren’t asking that start & keep your sale on track… ○ “Welcome to ABC Motors, I’m ___ and you are ___?” (Asking this question will prevent a ‘just looking’ or other vague reply.) ○ Quick Yes: “Y’all …

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Closing & Negotiating…

You have to ‘close’ the sale two times, first to get a commitment to head inside, and then to get a final agreement to own it. “Working The Deal” Means Negotiating Terms And Closing To Deliver Most people in sales don’t think they negotiate, and of those who do, most don’t like it – because …

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Hammer, Pliers & Baling Wire

I grew up on a 250 acre ‘barely get along’ farm with my grandparents. Gramps didn’t have enough money to buy many tools, so when things broke, we either couldn’t fix it or it took forever … all because we didn’t have the right tools to use. Everybody says they want to sell more & …

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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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What’s Your ‘One Thing’…?

There’s always ‘one thing’ (or more) that you can improve! What If You Could Learn The ‘One Thing’…? ● one question you could ask to break the ice quickly, when you first meet someone● one sales process you could follow every time, to sell more● one question to move away from price, so you could …

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