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I remember when it happened:

The Director walked in and said, “Today’s minimum goal is 18 appointments.”

I remember when it happened:

The Coordinators complained, “That’s not really fair, we have to train!”

I remember when it happened:

The Trainers said, “We’ll make sure you all have an opportunity to get on the phones today.”

I remember when it happened:

We had a great training session, everyone was enthusiastic about learning.

I remember when it happened:

We picked up our phones and started dialing.

I remember when it happened:

We left message after message after message…and somehow, before we knew it; we had eleven appointments.

I remember when it happened:

We all were excited, “We’re two thirds of the way to the goal.”

I remember when it happened:

Someone said, “The contact ratio is unusually high today.”

I remember when it happened:

 I took a T/O for a coordinator, hung up and signaled “Thirteen” but was promptly corrected…”Fourteen”…someone else had gotten an appointment while I was on the call…felt great to be wrong!

I remember when it happened:

This was UNBELIEVABLE! …could it really happen? ...only one hour had gone by.

I remember when it happened:

The energy was like a boiler room…you could literally feel it on your skin.

I remember when it happened:

Fifteen! Sixteen, Seventeen?

I remember when it happened:

The fight was on…everyone was dialing the phones.  Assistant Director, Director, trainers, er’body!

I remember when it happened:

Eighteen…nineteen, we cheered; then got real focused.

I remember when it happened:

Someone asked, “What’s the record for appointments in one day here in this department?”

I remember when it happened:

The coordinators and directors answered in unison, “27!”

I remember when it happened:

Someone said “people…we just set twenty appointments in less than two hours; just imagine if we had all day.”

I remember when it happened:

Things slowed down…The trainers said, “I didn’t hear any bells…It’s not over, keep going!!!”

I remember when it happened:

Twenty-one…Twenty-two.

I remember when it happened:

It was time to go.

I remember when it happened:

They turned out all the lights. (as if that mattered to me)

I remember when it happened:

 They were ready to lock the doors.

I remember when it happened:
The last coordinator hung up the phone and announced “We started just two hours ago, and I just set the twenty-third appointment of the day.  Woohoo!”

I remember when it happened:

The owners of the Dealership walked by and said, “Dealer Synergy...WOW!”

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