By Eric Miltsch
When it comes to dealership CRM, what are you working on today that is helping you build something meaningful for tomorrow?
Or, does your day consist of going through motions that are essentially exercises in futility? If so, why is that? Is it simply a result of not having a plan? Are you doing what you truly love? Do you feel that you don’t have the resources available to you?
We all have our core responsibilities — the daily grind. But this doesn’t mean you can’t build on something bigger with regards to your personal and professional development? You need to bake in value with everything you’re doing, doing so inspires those around you while also raising the level of service you’re providing.
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Eric Miltsch is Director of Product Strategy at DrivingSales.com. Read the full article here.
Joe Webb, trainer and founder of DealerKnows Consulting, comments: I completely agree, Eric. While a person’s daily duties may very well fill up the majority of the day (even ALL of their day), to keep personally motivated, everyone should have a “project” they’re working on. Whether it be a new/updated website, a blog/blog article, a widget, a concept, a business, or the world’s tallest ice-cream cone, everyone should have a passion-fueled project they can dedicate some of their (rare) spare time to in an effort to stay motivated.