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  • sutton32-aol-com

    August 12, 2011 at 11:35 am

    Like many who have offered there advice, the seminar was an eye opener. But the hard sell afterwards was awfull. Be care-full of all these so called specialists. I think reading and updating your own skill set is the least costly. I have said to many of these gurus I will pay you after the results. And they all balk. I cannot get paid for a no start untill the vehicle starts and runs, right. So thats my challenge. Be wary my friend. However there is sound advise on this site. Heard GREAT things about Tom Hams work, plus it is affordable.

  • cterzi

    February 14, 2014 at 1:32 pm

    Per what I have seen, there ‘s a major difference between those offering simply advice and those actually getting you to a point where you are able to put it into effect in your shop.  Management Success has a phenomenal record of success in the 2nd.  Not everyone who does 1 is also capable of doing 2.

  • wrenchie

    March 17, 2014 at 9:51 pm

    I attended Management Success in glendale, ca..Let me tell you, it is definately worth the money. Once I returned to work,I applied what I learned and it was simple! I have more confidence in selling services, able to overcome objections… Now we have an outstanding reputation, word of mouth referrals, customer loyalty, and profits continue to rise. I highly recommend Management Success.