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Top 6 Things Car Dealers Do To Make Car Buying Difficult

Top 6 Things Car Dealers Do To Make Car Buying Difficult

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3R7Y3kZIDVg] Your Turn To Drive discusses Top 6 Things Car Dealers Do To Make Car Buying Difficult.  Jim D…

Choose the correct CRM for your dealership OR pay dearly

Choose the correct CRM for your dealership OR pay dearly

With all the CRMs on the market today, finding the right one for your dealership is becoming more challenging than ever. There have been massive changes in…

5 Benefits of Using Google AdWords Click-to-Message Ad Extensions

5 Benefits of Using Google AdWords Click-to-Message Ad Extensions

Looking for a new way to win over people more likely to send a text message than to call? Set up this free message extension for your text ads on the Googl…

Must-See NADA 100 Expo Displays for Fixed Ops

Must-See NADA 100 Expo Displays for Fixed Ops

New Orleans is ramping up for the 100th anniversary of NADA, and the convention promises to be outstanding. You’ll be entertained at the NADA100 Carn…

Why Social Media Marketers Won’t Replace Your Sales Team

Why Social Media Marketers Won’t Replace Your Sales Team

Social media is changing the marketing profession in remarkable ways. According to the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), the social media analyti…

The Mysterious Mind of a Sales Manager

Many of us have been sales managers at one time or another. We know there is pressure associated with needing to meet goals, managing the huge range of personalities in the sales and support areas, keeping track of inventory, understanding finance, and any of another ten million things that go into doing the job right.

This infographic by our friends at MindFlash gives a nice (and somewhat humorous) representation of the components of being a strong sales manager. The best sales person is not always good at being a sales manager. Conversely, a good manager may not be good at managing sales. It really takes the right person to be a strong sales manager.

Are you one?

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Mind of a Sales Manager

With this information, is there anything you can recommend to help someone be a better sales manager?

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