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 and average wages in this business, and salespeople can achieve that in most dealerships just by showing up with no real skills, poor work habits and by working a few of their days off.
The Best News: You Have Potential – With No Overhead!
The really good thing about the potential in our business is that your dealer supplies almost everything you need to reach any goal you can possibly set.
Your dealer supplies you with…
- $ millions in vehicle inventory
- marketing and ads to drive traffic
- an office or desk to do your work
- F&I to get your deals bought
- a business office to take care of the paperwork and your payroll
- a service department
- even someone to prep the cars
All you have to do is show up and do your job. And the more skills you develop, the more you earn.
An average salesperson selling cars with no skills, usually earns more than the above.
Your dealer supplies enough walk-in traffic for you to earn $50,000 to $60,000 a year, just taking ups.
Across the country, that’s the base for showing up with practically no real sales skills, and doing just an average job.
You get all these benefits with no experience, a few skills and pretty ineffective work habits.
I think everyone would agree that $30,000 to $50,000 is a pretty good base in any job. Plus your dealer gives you this newsletter every month, and most of you are already on JVTN®, and every dealer I’ve met will send anyone to our sales workshop who is serious about selling more cars.
Selling is the only job where you have the freedom and unlimited opportunity to give yourself a raise every year. So go for it!
In case you haven’t figured out how this works yet…
Whether you do nothing to improve & keep earning what you’re earning,
or start learning all you can to improve and earn even more…
Either way, you’re gonna go to work tomorrow!