I'm trying to come up with clear, concrete formula for figuring employee turnover for salespeople. The obvious components would be running ads, training materials, salaries, etc. An Excell…Continue
I'm going to give this out in our sales meeting on Saturday. Whoever can close the deal with the highest gross gets the prize. What do you think the best close will look like?
Mr. & Mrs. Jones have a 2009 Infinity M35 with 72,000 that they are looking to trade that is financed with BOA. Their Beacon score is 710. They have very little down payment money to work with and they are trying to keep their payments in the same payment range that they are paying now which is $435…Continue
When making the perfect peanut butter chocolate pie (my all time favorite), there are several ingredients that go in to make the perfect tasting pie. When it comes to selling a new or used vehicle, there are also certain ingredients that will facilitate a sale.
With the pie baking analogy not only do you need the right ingredients, but you also need the right pre baking components in order to make the pie like an oven, baking pans, measuring cups etc. When it comes to…Continue
"Success leaves clues." I'm not sure where I heard that quote, but in coming up with my top 10 ingredients of sales superstars it certainly resonates with me. First let me define my definition of a sales superstar: Anyone that consistently sells 20+ units a month, and or puts $50,000 in gross on the books; month in month out.
I've compiled my list of 10 ingredients that these sales superstars have in common. Let me know some of your favorites.
We’ve all heard it...”You need to work smart not hard.” I know when I was selling cars that’s what my managers preached to me. I don’t remember if any of them actually defined what that meant or how to execute it in real time though.