Perfect Christmas gift for that Classy Car Sales Person in your life

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Perfect Christmas gift for that Classy Car Sales Person in your life

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This all started with a funny tweet my son did that made us all laugh. So we decide to have some fun and make some T-Shirts.
Available for $15 bucks for 1 and $35 bucks for 2 (Kidding) for anyone that wants to show their pride and #endthestigma.
We have sizes available from XS to 3XL for that real successful car sales person.

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Learning from My Assassins

Learning from My Assassins

I raised my kids to be CIA Assassins (great benefits) but, to my frustration the two oldest gravitated toward account sales. The oldest graduated first in her class from AT&T Sales Training in Atlanta, Ga and the other is currently in the Summit Training program at IBM. So far, he achieved one "Top Gun" award and I expect he will receive more. This great training, combined with my CIA Assassin training, means we may have a hard time finding the body of the number two guy.

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"How High is Too High"

"How High is Too High"

Your attitude is contagious. So have the attitude that you are worth what you are asking the customer to pay. After all, you are the most important person in the entire industry. It does not matter what the manufacturer comes up with - the moment of truth is going to be what happens when YOU go out and sell one car, one customer at a time.

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THE CLOSE

THE CLOSE

In my career I have only personally known 8 or 9 great closers. I loved studying their personalities. They came from all walks of life, education levels, and economic circumstances. They excelled making great money working in the same store and out of the same inventory as other salespeople making much less. Some closers had a technique that lacked finesse, but they still managed to close. Attitude, determination and delivery trumped technique.

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Selling My Readers Digest Sweepstakes Winner!

Selling My Readers Digest Sweepstakes Winner!

We all started in the same place. We all had that same first day. Learning the business of selling cars just takes time to learn the nature of the uncontrollable human element called the customer. Part of the process is just learning from our mistakes and part of the process is laughing at our mistakes.

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