Summer is Definitely Here…

Dealers are getting dozens of new vehicles instead of hundreds, these days. I talked to one yesterday who was getting just over 100 and now only shows 30-35 coming in this month. To the rescue… Selling CPO & Used Cars It’s the same thing at every dealership I drive by. There are almost no new …

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What’s an hour of your time worth?

It takes a couple of hours to make a sale today, so if you average $600 a sale, that means you’ve made $300 an hour. Nice! What are the other hours worth – when you don’t have a customer and are just waiting for another walk-in or lead? ZERO $. That doesn’t have to be …

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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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“What’s your #1 tip?”

Time to answer more of the “How can I…?” questions we get… “What’s your biggest #1 tip to help me sell more cars and make more money?” To succeed, you have to take charge of you. Fact: About 10% will buy no matter how bad you are, and 10% won’t buy no matter how good …

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Make at Least 4 More Easy Sales This Month

If you’re willing to follow this simple plan, you can easily pick up an extra sale a week. What’s the plan? It’s simple …“Just make a plan every day.” That’s it! Most salespeople go to work and ‘hope’. To sell more, change that to ‘go to work to work’ with a plan and then ‘do …

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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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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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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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Working “Bell to Bell”

Trade “Bell to Bell” For Better Selling Skills “I’m selling 30 units a month and on track for $100K.” “I attended your How To Sell Cars workshop and WOW, what a difference it’s made for me and my family! I’ve been selling cars for just under a year, and before your class I was selling …

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How much do you make per hour?

Why learn more? Why does it matter? How much do you make per hour in sales? If you assume a 45 hour week x 50 weeks… $ 50,000 per year = $ 22 per hour$100,000 per year = $ 44 per hour$200,000 per year = $ 89 per hour$300,000 per year = $133 per hour$400,000 …

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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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Sean Gardner Talks To Dealers On CBT News

Sean Gardner, a longtime Joe Verde Trainer, talks to auto dealers and managers about being a management driven dealership and what it takes to develop those foundational selling skills. He was interviewed during the NADA Show in San Francisco by CBT News’ Jim Fitzpatrick. Check out his interview about the car business on CBT News …

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New Year Means Get Out Of Your Rut

How long have you been selling the same number of units and earning about what you earned last year? If you’re like most salespeople who’ve been selling for a while – the answer is probably close to this… Last year, I sold just a few more or just a few less than I usually sell. …

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