Clip from Episode 26: How Car Salesman John Hinkson Sold 1600 Cars in his First 3 Years:
I had to believe in what I was doing. If I didn’t believe and wasn’t committed to the product to the dealership then I wouldn’t be able to sell anything but I believed in them and I buy the products there and I feel it’s important you know I’ve talked to some sales guys that I work with and you know Scott well how do you sell so many new cars. Well you know what I buy those cars. You’re driving a 15 year old car over there that’s not even our brand. How do you expect to sell it. You know if you don’t know them and you don’t believe in your product. So I think that’s huge. You have to be committed to what you’re doing and whole heartedly. If you have any one little doubt in your brain you’re not going to succeed. So you have to be committed and that’s in any any job or career. You have to be committed 100 percent.
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More clips from Episode 26: How Car Salesman John Hinkson Sold 1600 Cars in his First 3 Years:
36 Cars Sold in Month 1, 501 Cars in Year 1
Goal: Sell 5 Cars Everyday
Daily Sales Training with Grant Cardone University
Working Hard “I’m a man of routine”
What are you going to do with today?
Closing Sales by Solving your Customer’s Problem
Car Sales Philosophy of Service and Creating a Fan
This Car Salesman is “Not About the Money”
The worst thing you could do is try to make a sale and lie to somebody
You Have to Believe in What You’re Selling
To Improve Car Sales Success – Cherish your Customers
Referrals are Key to Success
Take Responsibility for Your Sales Results
Build a Culture of Service to Drive Car Sales Success
Get a Routine, Write down Your Goals, Make Your Calls