Ready, SET, PRESS Play on this tremendous opportunity.
It is go time! We are officially searching for 1-2 Full Time Success Coaches/Trainers. Looking for Superstars willing to shoot for the stars!
Mission StatementSET gives POWER and HOPE through training that is results-focused, proven and ethical.The end result is a better life for the business owners, the employees, the clients, and the families of all.The goal is to help our clients succeed in the marketplace.
- Results Focused
- Proven Systems
- Proven Leadership
- World Class Team
- Aggressive Compensation Plans
- GREAT Work Life Balance
The SET Opportunity
- Leads Leads Leads- I achieved my 1st years Goals in just over 5 months and you can too.
- Power in the Numbers- We do not expect you to support 30-40+ clients. You will work with 10-12 Monthly Coaching Clients digging deep into their unique Business needs and Training needs.
- Training Opportunities- Sales Training, Technician Training, Management Training, Leadership Training
- Six Figure Income- Realistic in 1st year!
- Benefits Available
Wanting to find out more about this tremendous opportunity. Ready, SET, PRESS Play and call or email today!
Steve’s Plumbing has been a model client. They have achieved a 89% growth rate since 2011. Steve is kind enough to share with us his thoughts on how Service Excellence Training has assisted in their amazing growth. CLICK HERE for PDF Download of Infographic
Steve, tell us a about your business.
Rachel and I have operated Steve’s Plumbing, LLC, since 1995. This is our 20th year in business. We’ve been on a steady growth track since 2006. Last year’s gross revenue was 2.67 Million, with 4 full-time technicians.
We currently have 5 licensed techs, one apprentice, and two CSR’s, in addition to Rachel and myself. Our team’s average ticket is always over $1000, Our team’s closing rate is 86%.
Have you ever had a client that seemed highly interested, until the price came out? That happened recently to reader and HVAC Technician Fred Myers.
He submitted the following question:
I love your posts. I read them and share them with my fellow friends that are in the business. But I sometimes run into this situation..
Today I was replacing a heat strip on a system that was under warranty (parts and labor for 10 years). The system is 3 years old.
I noticed that the client’s blower motor had been replaced.
To make a long story short, I did a duct load and . . I show him that his current duct system is too small. He asked, and I gave him a solution of replacing and redesigning him a new duct system.
He was on board until the price…. He gives me the ole “I am going to be selling the home soon, but if I don’t I’ll call you.”
Do you treat this like a smokescreen??
Also, he asked, “Why hasn’t anyone else done this, and why wasn’t it caught before the system was installed?” And I gave him some good answers, but could not close it today.. It still might close but…
Thanks for the great question Fred. To help you, I’m going to tackle the following components of your question:
- Is it a smokescreen?
- Why did he say, “Why hasn’t anyone else done this, and why wasn’t it caught before the system was installed?”
- What can you do next time to close the sale?