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Imagine that you attend a classical music concert.
This concert has a 90 piece (90 musicians) orchestra and a conductor (the leader or guide) that communicates to the orchestra on how to play the next note(s). Now take a look at the sales department of an automobile dealership. The department has managers that…
Added by Stan Sher on December 27, 2016 at 5:30pm — No Comments
Are you a master or a student?
Do you know everything that you need to know to pass on your knowledge to others?
Recently, I spent four days on site at a dealer group consulting and training a brand new BDC Manager. This BDC Manager is a remarkable individual with many college degrees and a lot of…Continue
Who is Jason Becker you might ask? Before I tell you I want to let you know that the reason for this post is because I am tired of hearing people tell me that they cannot do something or that things are impossible. I hear it from sales professionals at dealerships. I hear it from people that I meet in social environments that tell me they are looking for a job after I mention the possibility of car sales. I even hear it from people in my family who sometimes make excuses instead of…Continue
Added by Stan Sher on April 5, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments
Stan Sher of Stan Sher Consulting and Dealer eTraining would like to give a shout out "Thank You" message to the one and only Grant Cardone. Stan is sporting Cardone posters and gear in order to stay motivated. The goal is to 10X all actions.
Added by Stan Sher on October 6, 2012 at 8:30pm — No Comments
Added by Stan Sher on September 16, 2011 at 11:35pm — No Comments
Why do I love the car business?
Why do I never stop being the best that I can be?
Why do I go through the ups and downs of the…Continue
What an event!!!
I just got back last night from spending a long week in the San Francisco Bay Area. I always like to recap these events when I get a chance. Here we go:
I started my trip to San Francisco on February 1, 2011 where I was fortunate to bypass the bad…Continue