The Silver Lining to the Rest of the Year | Increase Your Productivity Without Burning Out | Auto Industry is not the Best Gauge for U.S. Economy | The Right Way to Ask for the Survey

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On today’s CBT Newscast for Tuesday, June 6th, 2017:

Caldwell: The Silver Lining to the Rest of the Year
At this point in the year, it should be no surprise to your dealership what is working and what needs to be changed, tightened up, or even fixed. While demand for new vehicles is relatively strong, incentives were up sharply in May, and according to Jessica Caldwell, Senior Analyst with Edmunds, it seems as if automakers will be putting more cash on the hood to attract car shoppers to your dealership. Watch Now

3 Ways to Increase Your Productivity Without Burning Out
You want to get more done every day, but you’re already doing so much that the thought of adding anything makes you feel sick to your stomach. How do you get more done without getting bogged down in the daily “urgent” tasks like email and meetings?
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Matus: Auto Industry is not the Best Gauge for U.S. Economy
When the economy is good, everyone is happy. When the economy looks bad, certain industries are called out as a gauge to how the economy will end up looking in the months ahead. Right now, the auto industry is that gauge. Drew Matus, chief market strategist with Metlife Investment Management, says the economy shouldn’t be gauged on auto spending. The gauge should be if people stop doing these certain activities. Watch Now

The Right Way to Ask for the Survey
At one time, a car sale was complete the moment the taillights faded into the distance. Today, the sales experience goes much further than that, and for good reason. The car sales journey has developed to an ongoing relationship, and one that has been heavily weighed by each manufacturer with Customer Satisfaction Surveys. Read More

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