Management

YAG Employee Referral Program

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New Downloadable Resources

New Downloadable Resources

Young Automotive University has an exciting new offering currently rolling out on YAG-U.com. Downloadable Resources is a collection of training guides that can help you develop skills and knowledge to apply in your current position and throughout the rest of your career. With over 80 different courses within the curriculum, it is easy to find something that will help you develop your talent as...

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Weekly Content Roundup

Weekly Content Roundup

Productivity “Use Your Brain to Change Your Attitude” You first must fully accept that your thoughts are in your control. Nothing can make you upset or feel negatively about anything unless you choose to. As a matter of fact, every situation and circumstance is basically neutral and means nothing — until you apply meaning to it. Kim Giles shares advice on how to have a positive...

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Conquer Your Fear…10 Seconds at a Time

Conquer Your Fear…10 Seconds at a Time

We started a new Sales Training session today. We discussed why salespeople fail and what we can do about it. One facet we discussed was fear. Remember, the only way to get rid of fear is to go out and face your challenge; facing the fear is much easier and less painful to live with. The next time you approach something in fear, tell yourself, “I don’t have to have guts all the...

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Watch your Thoughts

Watch your Thoughts

“Watch your thoughts, they become words; Watch your words, they become actions; Watch your actions, they become habits; Watch your habits, they become character; Watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.” ~ Frank Outlaw     Change “I can’t” into “I can.” And pretty soon, you’ll say, “I did!” ~...

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No Victims

No Victims

By Jeff Taylor I’m reading a great book called Monday Morning Choices, by David Cottrell. It is a motivating reminder that we all have the power to create the success we desire, regardless of external events or influences. In his book, Cottrell asks whether the salesperson earning $250,000 annually has five times the intellect or ability than the one earning $50,000. What do you think? The...

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