“Just wanted also to drop you a note to say Thank You for the Information and Training received throughout the Boston Total Immersion class this past fall. Upon my return I had set myself a personal goal to sell One Million Dollars by October 31st.
Not really a bad personal goal for a 60 year old someone that had NEVER been in the HVAC business, much less “In-Home Sales” AND I just started in April of this year as well. Well as I said to you as I departed your class to head home, thanks for changing my life.”
My Total Gross Sales April, 2012 thru October 31, 2012 $1,000,008.00
“Joe, Thank You Again for Adding The Additional Tools Into My Sales Case. Taking your information and blending into my process has made a HUGE difference in Closing the Sale.”
“When I first looked into Joe’s services, I was a skeptic. I was a successful salesperson who had gone to all the HVAC sales training available and he was talking a foreign language in contrast to what I had been taught and trained on. Joe has the “ring of truth” in what he says and I am a firm believer in his system.
Not Just a Social Gathering
His training is top notch and isn’t a “social gathering” like so many other trainings in our industry, It’s good old fashioned, roll up your sleeves, and let’s get down to business…about your business. Hands down, best trainer EVER.”
Here some of the comments from the people who attended our Total Immersion Service Contractor Sales Summit training in Boston in August, 2011. I love how hvac, plumbing and electrical service techs and sales people can feel so good about themselves after the event. That is what we at ContractorSelling.com live for is to unleash the potential of these powerful people.
This is a video of some our ContractorSelling.com members sharing their stories about the greatest challenges facing service contractors today. Watch this fascinating segment of how keeping an open mind can change your life.
Total Immersion students who attended a recent HVAC Plumbing & Electrical sales training summit discuss a range of topics starting with their greatest challenge, their expectations from sales training and what they thought of the training and “Uncle Joe.” In the end, everyone is asked to rate the training on a scale of 1 to 10. Watch and enjoy the excitement of these students.