We’re taught never to pre-qualify customers. Only the snobby jewelry stores do it. But are we doing subtle things that may be giving ooff the signal that we ARE doing it?
I’m celebrating my 300th training video from JewelryStoreTraining.com with a little top ten list of the traits of the happiest jewelers I know. Get weekly videos like this to train your team. I give you great information and create great discussions among your team. You’re crazy if you don’t sign up for these weekly gems….
So many jewelers are putting all of their marketing eggs in one basket. Here’s how you utilize BOTH to dominate your market. Get jewelry store team training in your in-box from Jimmy every Monday morning right here.
Pinballs are reactionary. They get paddled and bounced around. Here’s a little advice on how to avoid that, EVEN IN THE RETAIL WORLD.
You have the most powerful position in determining the success or failure of your sales associates and the store. 2017 Dates Chicago : September 26 – 28 |Atlanta : October 10 – 12 Train the Trainer Details Brochure REGISTRATION FORM Learn How To: ✓ Increase and measure productivity ✓ Provide a formal sales training program…
We discuss the importance of getting back to the things that grew your jewelry business initially… creating relationships. This is how to grow a huge business that will stand the test of time.
Gene is what you would call Passive-Aggressive. At his store, the inmates are running the asylum. Jeremy is a perfect example, he has a bit of a tardiness problem.
I always like to try and touch the listener’s heart with a memory or past experience. So when several jewelers asked me to write a radio ad for Mother’s Day, I did just that. Here it is. If you’d like a version recorded for yourself I can whip one out for you pretty quick. Just…
This short video was recently shared with me and I thought you’d enjoy learning how our brains learn better and are more enthusiastic through learning. For great weekly videos in your jewelry store for your team, visit jewelrystoretraining.com
It’s two days before Valentine’s Day and a man is driving to work, thinking about that kid running across the street, that old building, “What used to be in there?”, “I’m due for an oil change”. Now your jewelry store ad comes on the radio. Does it put him on a new thought path where…