The Rush-Hour Traffic Close is a great sales close for service technicians and sales professionals. RELATED: Classroom Sales Training. As a service plumber, electrician, or HVAC tech you know it takes willpower to work past five.
Many technicians refuse to work late. They will reschedule the client, or shortcut the job. The lack of desire to service the client creates a perfect opportunity for you.
You can leverage the fact that you are willing to stay late and fight rush-hour traffic.
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Chris Yanez gave us 2.5 days in the class room, and then he sold over $1,100,000 in the first 8 months of 2016. RELATED: The Sales Series
That’s impressive, and life changing for Chris.
He has four kids. Gaining the skills to sell like a champion is literally transforming the life of his beautiful family
He was an Install Manager, and made the switch to Comfort Advisor after attending our Sales Class for HVAC Techs, Plumbers, and Electricians.
In September he will return to Austin to sharpen the saw. We are all excited to see him again, and learn from his experience.
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We Increase All Sales Numbers:
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This is the most powerful and transformational SALES experience for your Plumbers, HVAC Techs and Electricians.
Give us 2.5 days, and we will give you a highly productive sales machine.
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Sell Big During the Seasonal Slump is our most popular webinar to date. The material is powerful, and timely.
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Summer is almost over. When it’s gone, will you suffer from a huge slump in sales? This webinar is ready to watch RIGHT NOW!
You will learn how to do the following:
1. Create Sales Incentive Programs That Generates New Leads
2. Use the “Give Back” Program to Convert Summer Repairs Into Autumn Sales
3. Transforming Credit Rejects Into Clients
4. How to Maintain Team Motivation When Call Slow Down
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Can you be “sold”? For your own sake, I hope that you can be. Now hang on a second before you get mad. Hear me out, because I know most people don’t like the idea of “being sold.”
Before you say that you hate being sold, and that you can’t be sold, I would like you to imagine a scenario.
Imagine that the very first time you were sold something, the end result was amazing! It was a wonderful experience for you. You received more value than what you expected. You are super happy. The service after the sale was exceptional.
If you have a second opportunity to be sold, would you resist? Probably not.
And, if the second experience was amazing, and you are super happy; then you would want to be sold again, and again.
However, unfortunately that has probably not been your experience. You have probably had bad experiences with the sales process. Someone has taken advantage of you. Someone has given you less than your money’s worth. You’ve been made promises, and they haven’t been kept. [CONTINUE READING and WATCH VIDEO]
Bill’s head was spinning. Something just crashed through his window and struck him in the face. The heavy rain and loud wind started rushing in. Bill managed to get his service vehicle off the road.
He was in shock, and in pain.
“What just happened?”
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