The free podcast is where service professionals, technicians, business coaches, educators, and industry executives share their success stories
Springville, N.Y.—Carm Capriotto connects aftermarket professionals and Remarkable Results Radio is where service professionals, technicians, business coaches, educators, and industry executives, among others, share their success stories.
The following free podcasts are new and available this week:
The Benefits of Purchasing EV’s For Tenured Technicians – Bill Nalu [RR 795]
Bill Nalu is purchasing 2 Electric Vehicles for two of his technicians with plans to hand over the title once they are paid for. Find out why these purchases are so critical for his business and his employees.
The key talking points for this episode can be found on the website https://remarkableresults.biz/e795
Service Advisor Pay Plans [THA 301]
How many jobs do your service advisors have? Who covers when you are short-handed? How many technicians per advisor do you have? Are you using technology and systems to a service advisor’s advantage? How clear are your objectives to everyone in the shop? What are some different pay plan options?
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Fixing Fuel Pump Comebacks – Malcolm Sissmore [RR 796]
Live at AAPEX 2022, we are in the studio with Malcolm Sissmore, VP of Sales and Marketing for Delphi Technologies. Malcolm discusses aftermarket solutions for the 65 million work trucks on the road in the United States. He also has a simple solution for contaminated fuel tanks. Delphi Technologies has designed a tool to remove metal particles in a fuel tank. Guess what, it is free to the aftermarket!
The key talking points for this episode can be found on the website https://remarkableresults.biz/e796
The Internet Is Educating Your Customers…Shouldn’t You? – Keith Benline [AW 131]
Guest host and shop tour with Keith Benline, A+ Autocare, Poway, CA. The internet is educating your customer faster than ever. How are you educating your customers?
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