Tailor Your Techniques


Tailor Your Techniques

Old School New School Training Techniques .Tailor Them Everyday! Lets Here It From Both and Fuse Them Together


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What is most important - Price - Trade In Value - Monthly Payments - Down Payments - Selection?

Started by JIm Fisher. Last reply by JIm Fisher Jun 17, 2014. 3 Replies

To the customer, price, payment, trade in value are the most important aspects of their visit to an internet site or to a dealership.In most cases, they have already done their homework and have…Continue


Started by MANNY LUNA Mar 2, 2011. 0 Replies

1. "What keeps you loyal to (Insert the name of the other Dealership here)?"  2. "No decision is ever set in stone and often times there is what we call the "X-Factor", (Insert the first name of your…Continue


How to Become a Winner

Started by MANNY LUNA Dec 24, 2010. 0 Replies

Everyone wants to be a winner. Just what is a winner, anyway? Is it someone who never fails? Does a winner always win every game they play? Do they succeed at everything they put their hand to? Of…Continue

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How many times have you been lied to and promised to in the car business?

Started by MANNY LUNA. Last reply by MANNY LUNA Dec 15, 2010. 2 Replies

 I'd like to hear…Continue

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Comment by MANNY LUNA on December 28, 2010 at 12:10pm
Thank You Bob and Steve!
Comment by Steve Richards on December 28, 2010 at 11:21am
@Bob - You are right.
Comment by Robert (Bob) Louis Silcox on December 27, 2010 at 10:32am

Good Morning All;

Thanks for the invite to the GROUP! I totally believe that we need to listen to everyone in the Business! But; the people in the Automotive Business that still believe it's not changing need to wake up! They are slowing down everybody's growth. Believe me the Business is changing right under our noses and the one's that change with it will end up on TOP of the game!........Everybody will need to LEARN to LISTEN!! Not only from your Customer base but your employees as well! I still work under the idea, You are only as good as your weakest link and/or employee! Make your employee's better! But How? A lot of people ask? Ask them they will tell you?? I believe that the change is coming!! Let's HELP each other with fresh ideas and feedback!! POSITIVE Feedback!!

Comment by MANNY LUNA on December 26, 2010 at 11:45pm
Comment by Rachael Schulz Dunbar on November 9, 2010 at 10:16am
Thank you Manny.
And that is the reason we have this group.It's great to get everything out in the open to say what you feel and we need to find a way to learn from it and grow!!!
Thats what I was looking for...positive feedback to help me move past and grow. When people truly care is when they grow frustrated with things that are out of thier control. Aparently this (an opinion) can be harmful to my dealer, which was not at all my intent. I would have rather harmed myself.

So dE, I leave you with this....

"Sometimes a smile and silence can be the best life tools to use. A smile will help to solve your problems and silence will help you avoid them."
Comment by NANCY SIMMONS on November 8, 2010 at 7:05pm
Thanks for the invite Manny...glad to be here~
Comment by MANNY LUNA on November 8, 2010 at 4:32pm
WOW! Please don't be so hard on my Old School Boy's we need everyone to become great! And there are some points you made that are true change is happening everyday in this auto world.
I talk to dealers everyday and they just dont get it , but they still do alot for there community everyday and are great people!
They just don't get it!!!!!! .
Comment by MANNY LUNA on November 8, 2010 at 3:29pm
Rachael thank you so much for being apart of us!!
And that is the reason we have this group.It's great to get everything out in the open to say what you feel and we need to find a way to learn from it and grow!!!
Is far as McDonalds, I read a story about a girl in high school that all she wanted to do is work for them. her parents did not like the idea and told her she needed to go to collage and do somthing else with her life and we're disappointed with her. She did not listen to her parents and keep on working for McDonalds and this is her now!
The key to being great is to have a pasion and a conviction more then a love for your Job!!!

Ofelia Melendrez, QSC Vice President, Greater Southwest Region
Ever since Ofelia was a little girl, her dream was to see the world. When McDonald’s moved her to their Latin America Group, she had the opportunity to travel all over South America, and loved being able to combine two of her passions: travel and teaching. She began working for McDonald’s in 1992 as a manager trainee and says that, “As the child of immigrant parents who saw McDonald’s as just the restaurant down the road, it became clear to my mom and dad that my potential within the McDonald’s organization had no limits.” Today, Ofelia is a Quality, Service & Cleanliness Vice President, and is responsible for over 700 restaurants, whose annual sales top $1.4 billion. .
Comment by Craig Lockerd on November 8, 2010 at 1:39pm
Rachael, you truly need to make a move, I spoke to Rick about you...If it's at all possible we will try and help!
Comment by MANNY LUNA on November 8, 2010 at 12:22pm
Craig It's a great honor to have your wisdom in this elite group!
Thank You! Thank you! Thank You!

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