I have been in a sales environment for over 8 years with the majority of my time spent at Royal Chevrolet Cadillac in Orangeville Ontario.
My time selling vehicles taught me strong negotiating skills, patience, the importance of customer service, the ability to solve problems without causing unnecessary panic, and being able to connect with a wide variety of people from many different back grounds.
While selling vehicles, I was able to sell over 800 vehicles in 8 years in the business. I was also awarded with General Motor’s Sales Marketing guild 6 out of the 7 complete calendar years I was there. These awards are what I’m most proud of as they are based off of training completed, vehicles sold and customer satisfaction reports.
Customer service is extremely important to me and something I take a lot of pride in. Check out Royal Chevrolet Caddilac’s reviews on google and Facebook as there are still quite a few reviews that address my services directly.
What did you do before real estate?
Before real estate I learned how to sell by selling vehicles for 8 years. It taught me that selling is not convincing people for what works best for you. It's entirely about guiding them to find a solution that suits their needs. Using my experiences to help them make the best possible decision for themselves. I don't consider myself a Sales Person, I consider myself to be a guide.
What song motivates you?
Number One Spot by Ludacris. My goal is to be the best I can and always shoot to be at the top. Whether I hit it or not I'm always coming for that Number One Spot!
What is your favourite quote or verse?
I have 2... "Whether you think you can, or you think you can't, you're right" - Henry Ford "Your Perception is your reality" - unknown Both of these go hand in hand. I've seen some of the most talented people not believe in themselves and think they were a failure. I've also seen people that were not talented but truly believed in themselves. In both cases they thought they could or couldn't, and their perception became their reality.