Scenario: You're trying to help a customer buy a car. Your customer has brought along one or more people who've been given the responsibility to provide your customer advice and try to keep you from being a pushy salesperson and talking the customer into making a bad...
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When you get started in a dealership as a new salesperson you’re quickly introduced to words and phrases that are likely very unfamiliar to you. Every industry has jargon, (special words or expressions that are used by a particular profession or group and are difficult for others to understand.) and the dealership is no different.
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- Approach customers with confidence
- Know when to ask for the sale
- Negotiate without being confrontational
- Ask questions that reveal your customer's true intention!
- Earn more than you thought possible
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