Professional Improvement will Help Boost Your Mind
There are days you just don’t want to do anything.
You’d rather ignore the ringing phone, the emails stacking up, and the customers who want your time. Or, you might be stuck in a rut, working hard to get to the next level but you feel like you’re just spinning your wheels.
A short and sweet pick-me-up is the perfect cure for what ails you professionally. What you need is a moment of inspiration; a bit of insight that can help you continue forging forward. The benefits of self-help material apply to the automotive professional:
- Reading professional improvement material helps you view the world more positively.
- It helps you make better choices and positive actions.
- It expands the way you think.
- And you experience professional breakthroughs.
For the automotive professional – salesperson, service consultant, manager, or dealer principal – reading at least one piece of professional improvement material will result in amazing growth.
The Center for Performance Improvement publishes an email newsletter chock full of material that puts you back on the path to success. It’s quickly becoming the most read source of relevant retail automotive content. You will find valuable content on all aspects of automotive retail.
Are you a General Manager or Dealer Principal who wants to stay ahead of the curve on customer interaction? Are you a Service Manager of Fixed Ops Director trying to improve your service customer’s experience and gross profit simultaneously? Are you interested in learning about upcoming trends and technology in the automotive industry? You’ll also find that content in the CPI email newsletter.
Like daily vitamins and a healthy diet help keep your body in shape, a regular source of professional improvement reading will boost your mind. The CPI email newsletter is an excellent source for the retail automotive professional.
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