Customer Reviews: Read what my customers have been writing about their sales experience with me.


Leala Mitchell ★★★★★ Aug 16

I just purchased a 2016 H-RV from Adam at Go Honda and had a great experience. I felt like Adam listened to what I was looking for in a vehicle and didn’t try to sell me on features I didn’t care about. He let me do a longer highway test drive because I’m a commuter, and I’m pretty sure he even skipped his lunch to make sure everything was perfect when I picked it up. The finance department was great too. They called and got me a lower interest rate based on my credit to make sure my payments were where I felt comfortable without having to finance over a billion years. I previously purchased a used vehicle from Go Honda, and I am so glad I went back to buy new.

Bill Buchanan ★★★★★ Aug 22

We had never met Adam Rumball before this week. We thoroughly enjoyed dealing with Adam. He was friendly, courteous, and professional in every way. He was interested in meeting our priorities, and we never felt that he was trying to push something on us that we didn’t want. I think he would treat any other potential customer in the same way. Dealing with Adam would be a positive experience.

Sara Willner ★★★★ Aug 16

The sales representative we worked with, Adam, was friendly, informative, patient, and willing to assist us throughout our car search. He was great to work with and we’d be happy to work with him again in the future.

Gabriel Yeung ★★★★ Aug 26

I had a great experience at Go Honda, with Adam R. as my sales consultant. He was able to patiently walk through my different needs for cars to narrow down our selection to the car that our family needed. Adam was quite knowledgeable about the cars and was very upfront about pricing and costs.

Ryan Myers ★★★★★ Aug 23

Noel Tarucan ★★★★★ Aug 23

Zibin John ★★★ Aug 23

Taryn Spitzer ★★★★ Aug 4

I recently bought a used car from Go Honda, my sales experience was great – Adam was super helpful….

Connie N Pistawka  ★★★★ Jul 31

Excellent Salesman Adam Rumball did an excellent job of telling me the features of the HR-V. I will recommend that friends and family visit Adam to find a new vehicle.

Michael Yu  ★★★★ Aug 18

Go find Adam Rumball is right The dealer, Adam Rumball, is helpful, kind, warmth. He did his best to help me. Patient is the greatest to me. He always keeps smiling. He speaks clear English. Overall, he is an excellent dealer and I would totally recommend him to all of you.1

Pilot ★★★★ Sep 15

The salesman Adam was very friendly and offered to help us in our search anyway he could. Saba was very knowledgeable and helped us get through the financing portion quickly.

Elvie Raiz Polonio ★★★★ Aug 18

I just got my new car this month August 6 from go Honda.my sales person is Adam Rumball he is nice kind and friendly.  I had a good service from him I will recommend to my friends.  Thanks Adam and also Moe

seriousshopper  ★★★★★ Oct 16

I did not buy a car. I visited the dealer to test drive a new Honda Accord Touring sedan to see if it fit me and my driving style. The car did not meet my needs, but we were really pleased with the sales guy, Adam Rumball. He didn’t know everything we asked, but he was honest, sought out the answers, and presented himself with integrity. He was personable, seemed to really enjoy his job and showing us the car, and he understood our needs/wants. If I knew someone in the market for a Honda, I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend that they seek out Adam to explore their options- he was very pleasant to deal with, listened well and potential customers would be very happy with his service and relational skills.

G & D    Oct 26

We just stopped in to the dealership to have a ‘look see’ at the new Ridgeline. Little did we know that upon leaving we would leave having purchased a Black Edition! While in truth, the vehicle sold itself, the purchase experience, professionally and amicably facilitated by our Salesperson Adam, was what made the visit both enjoyable and memorable. Kudos to Adam for getting to know us and our wants/needs in such a short time, arranging test drives, explaining dealership processes, and generally guiding us through the purchase itself! Kudos also to Molly in the finance department for her ‘no pressure’ and friendly assistance. I recommend both the dealership and staff if you are looking for quality product and a great sales/purchase experience!


Ann Chambers on Sept 24, 2016

1. How likely are you to recommend Go Honda to your friends, family or colleagues?

10

2. Why or why not?

 Our Salesman Adam was over the top ….we felt well taken care of with no feelings of pressure at any time. Adam made himself available to us at anytime, he was thorough at explaining and went out of his way to give us the best deal and service, we could receive!!!  Molly (finances)  was also exceptional….she was very informative and personable which made our experience pleasurable.  Over all, everyone we had the opportunity to meet in the dealership from Sales, Financing, Service and Management, have been a 10 !!!!


C.C. on October 29, 2016

To Whom It My Concern

I was in to the Go Honda Dealership on Monday, October 24/16, to get my winter tires put on.   While waiting, I decided to check to see if the new Honda Civic HATCHBACK was in the showroom yet.  As I was admiring it, one of your salesmen approached me and said,”So I see you have found the new Civic HATCHBACK.”   I felt that was such a great opening as it indicated that he recognized and appreciated my interest and knowledge of the car.  I drove the 1994 Civic HATCHBACK and loved it.

Presently, I am in the Civic Coupe and am VERY happy with my car but I really did want to take a good look at the HATCHBACK as that is the vehicle I would like to get next time I purchase a car.  I explained all of this to Adam and he was extremely receptive and started showing me all the wonderful features of the new HATCHBACK.  I found him to be extremely knowledgeable and personable and very nice to talk to.  At no point did I feel any pressure to purchase and I like that.  As soon as I feel I am being pressured I will walk away.  It takes a good salesperson to keep your interest and encourage you at the same time without pressure.  Adam definitely has this quality.  He offered to take me for a test drive.  Normally, I probably would have said no that’s ok, as I wouldn’t want to be pressured.  Adam did not in any way make me feel pressured.

So we went for a test drive and I LOVED the car in every way!!  What a beautiful car!!  I am amazed at what it offers in just the basic model.  If I was in the market for a car, I would have probably bought it that day.  However, I am not ready to do that just yet.

I had an extremely positive experience working with Adam Rumball and would recommend my friends and family to see him in a heartbeat.

Thank you so much Adam, for a wonderful experience in checking out the HATCHBACK.  I truly enjoyed meeting you and wish you nothing but the very best in the future.

Sincerely,

Carolyn Contant

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Please help me be successful selling vehicles at Whitby Oshawa Honda.


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I am excited to be back in the GTA among friends and family who love me so I can build a peaceful and prosperous life in community.

Could you please help me start my second career in the Ontario automotive industry by entrusting me with referrals from your network? I would reward your trust.

I promise to (1) listen well, (2) serve sincerely and (3) ask for business respectfully. I will do my best to take care of people and get them an appropriately safe and affordable vehicle.
Read what my customers have been saying here: http://wp.me/PWjMU-zWX

Teamwork makes the dream work.

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Thank you.
Regards,

Adam Rumball

New Ministry Role as Connections Pastor at Beulah Alliance Church in Edmonton


I am very thankful to God and the leadership of Beulah Alliance Church in Edmonton, Alberta (Canada) for this new opportunity to serve as their Connections Pastor.  The transition from Toronto to Edmonton has been good.  I have been working hard since I started on March 10, 2015.  Easter was epic here!  I am currently focussing on building relationships, gathering context, understanding best practices for congregational hospitality, developing volunteer leaders and project management.  Private prayer, physical exercise and time in the Bible are important disciplines for me.  Four things at Beulah have impressed me so far: (1) the passion of our highly specialized staff who serve with excellence; (2) the capacity, diversity and dedication of the 1000+ volunteers and; (3) the scope of the church’s mission, vision and values.  I have discovered that my Top 5 Strengths Finder themes are 1. Strategic; 2. Individualization; 3. Positivity; 4. Woo; 5. Activator and my KOLBE score is 5-4-8-3.  I am looking forward to seeing what God does in this new chapter of life and ministry. Join me in praying that God’s dreams for me and all the people will come true in his timing. More about Beulah Beulah Alliance Church has had an outreach mindset since starting 90 years ago. Beulah’s mission is to reach, teach and equip people to know love and serve Jesus Christ.  Our energies are focussed around living out this mission corporately and individually as congregants and staff members. You can learn more at the website: www.beulah.ca. The Purpose of this Connections Pastor Role I am responsible for ensuring excellent hospitality at Beulah’s weekend experiences at all campuses, particularly ensuring a positive experience for new attenders. I am also responsible for implementing Beulah’s volunteer mobilization and volunteer leadership development process. Success in this role is connecting new comers into Beulah’s community where they will have opportunity to discover the love of Jesus as well connecting our congregations to opportunities to effectively serve Christ with their gifts, passions and talents, and to discover their full potential as followers of Christ. My Responsibilities  A. Guest Services (60%)

  •   Champion the following aspects of Guest Services (GS):

a. Creation of policies, procedures, values, and constants for GS. b. Develop, administrate, give oversight to, and evaluate Guest Services systems to ensure consistent execution of GS constants at all campuses. c. Stay current with best practices in congregational hospitality, ministry trends, concepts, and ideas. d. Ensure excellent follow up is given to all guests across all campuses e. Develop standards, and constants for lobby design at all campuses. f. Mentor and train campus pastors and / or campus champions for GS.

  •   Responsible for the implementation of GS at West Campus. (Higher Ground cafe, Ushers, Security, Hosts, Greeters, Info Centre, First Aid, Food Services, Parking).
  •   Provide direction for Starting Point at all campuses and direct oversight to Starting Point at the West Campus.
  •   Arrange for, speak into and ensure quality Guest Services experiences at large special events for example such as the Alpha Conference and the Willow Creek Global Leadership Summit

B. Mobilization Strategy (35%)

  • Give strategic direction to the overall mobilization strategy at Beulah
  • Develop and implement the Beulah leadership pathway for volunteers.
  • Create programs, classes and systems for helping people discover their spiritual gifts, and effectively utilize their gifts and passions as volunteers or lay leaders.
  • Develop and maintain a database of ministry opportunities
  • Promote and refine mobilization best practices with all ministry departments including recruiting, onboarding, training and development of volunteers and volunteer leaders.
  • Own and implement the annual Volunteer Gala (Standing Ovation) with a team of staff volunteers.
  • Facilitate Foundation for Ministry Certificate courses in collaboration with Ambrose University and the Western Canadian District of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Churches.

C. General Pastoral Duties (5%)

  • Perform weddings, baptisms, counselling and funerals as required
  • Serve on the “Pastor On Duty” rotation

2014 Year in Review by the Numbers


As 2014 concludes, I wish to express my thanks to the group of over 1200 people who subscribe, study and share the ideas provided through this service.  In the last 5 years, there has been a steady increase in all measures of participation.  Please post comments below about what content you have enjoyed most and/or what you would like me to focus on providing you with through this service in 2015. Let’s team up to make 2015 our best year yet! Happy New Year!  Adam🙂

2014 Year in Review by Numbers:

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This site (adamrumball.com) was viewed about 12,536 times by 9,327 visitors from 142 countries during 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.   The most popular post of the year was “Working With Adam”. The most popular video of the year was “Adam Rumball Coaching Sessions Video”. The most popular page of the year was “Creating Complete Champions for High Performance in Real Life”.

Top 10 countries by number of views:

  1. United States / 5,688
  2. Canada / 3161
  3. United Kingdom / 468
  4. Philippines /423
  5. Australia / 262
  6. Brazil / 260
  7. South Africa / 238
  8. India / 213
  9. Jamaica / 176
  10. Nigeria / 106

Views per year for the last 5 years:

2010 / 5,182

2011 / 7,533

2012 / 10,552

2013 / 10,904

2014 / 12,536

My 6 Types of Counselling Services


What troubling or surprising personal issues have surfaced in your thoughts, emotions and behaviours recently?

If you would like to explore/understand/address these issues, here are 6 Types of Counselling Services that I can provide you and yours with through individual and group support sessions.

My 6 Types of Counselling Services:

1. Pastoral Counselling: Shepherding Christian hearts towards God and his plan for their lives through conversations that wisely use the Bible and Triune prayer.

2. Spiritual Direction/Counselling:  Authentic self-leadership flows from an authentic place which can be tended in non-directive, exploratory conversation about your heart/soul condition, core values, sacred beliefs, personal standards, passion-mapping, motivation and overall journey through life phases.

3. Life Work Coaching: Self-assessing important areas of your life and developing growth plans to support your drive achieve your vision of success and high performance.

4. Addiction & Substance Abuse Counselling:  Support for individuals and groups who want to understand the “why” and “how” of wellness, recovery and deep personal change.

5. Couples Care and Coaching: Premarital Preparation and Marital Enrichment Facilitation through assessments and skill development.

6. Grief and Loss: Aid in the process of slowing down to name the loss, plan to mourn, describe the pain, accept bereavement in our culture of “stuff it in”, “move along” and “replace it”.

Proverbs 20:5 reads, “The purpose in a man’s heart is like deep water, but a man of understanding will draw it out.”

Contact me through the form below if you need help from a ‘man of understanding’ in drawing out the purposes of your heart?

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3 Valuable Services for Human Resources Departments – Mental Health Support, Transition Coaching & Leadership Skills:


Please think about your work environment as you read this post.  Are personal life issues effecting work life of people there?  Is the challenge of coping with mental health challenges effecting worker self esteem, team morale and overall company productivity?  What is your group’s human resource plan for supporting people towards wellness and recovery? Who needs help coping with transitions and changes?  What skills need to be trained on or upgraded to take the leaders of the group to the highest level of potential performance?

 

Perhaps personal and corporate performance will improve through arranging seminars, workshops and individualized plans in these 3 important areas related to human resources:

 

1. Mental Health Support Facilitation:  This group of topical services I offer all seek to (1) reduce social stigma and (2) increase personal resilience for various populations who come from diverse backgrounds of society.  Participants could have friends, family or work associates with first or second hand experiences with mental health recovery challenges and they want to learn how to relate and support them. Everyone has valuable experience, important perspectives and may be at various points on the journey towards mental health recovery.

  1. Developing Your Personal Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) – Workshop/Group Facilitation.
  2. Bouncing Back: Building Your Personal Resilience and Avoiding Burnout.
  3. Help, Hope and Healing: Finding These 3 in Your Grief and Suffering.
  4. Social Support: How to Make and Keep Good Friends.
  5. Personal Standards and Life Choices.
  6. Anger Management.

2. Tackling Transitions like a Champion: Change management is essential for individuals, groups and organizations to adapt, innovate and thrive! Circumstances do occur that change the stable status of our relationships, roles, responsibilities, health and employment in ways we may not have anticipated or planned for.  Now that those circumstances are upon us and they present powerful opportunities for innovation, resilience and adaptation if we learn to tackle transitions like a champion, not a victim.

3. Leadership Lessons and Skills Training: What skills need to be trained on or upgraded to take the leaders of the group to the highest level of potential performance?  What would make your co-workers or employees lives easier if they knew how to do it better?

  1. Passion-Mapping: Finding Meaning at Work.
  2. Confident Communication: How to Share Your Most Important Ideas Effectively.
  3. The Athletic Advantage: Developing the Attributes of High Performance People.
  4. Recruiting Resources for Your Vision and Mission.
  5. Emotional Intelligence at Work.
  6. Conflict Resolution Strategies for Teams and Task Forces.

Let’s set up our first consultation and explore how we might team up!

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Counselling Services: Busiest Season, Top 10 List and 6 Service Options.


The Busiest Season of the Year for Counselling:

Yes. Personal development and self-improvement impulses are high in the September and January, yet emotional distress triggers abound between November and February.  This is because of distress from financial pressures, cold weather, low sunlight, family issues prompted by holidays, etc.  Distress support hotlines are ringing off the hook in January because the family wounds are sensitive and then credit card bills and bathroom scales are showing scary numbers. Maybe a counselling service plan should be part of more people’s seasonal prep and gift certificate purchases.  Please make a plan to take good care of yourself this Christmas and seek advice as needed.

 

Top 10 Types of counselling clients that approach me for advice:

I specialize in listening to/advising 18-55 year old male leaders with a high performance orientation, Christian/spiritual worldview, various levels of self-awareness/emotional intelligence and tremendous civic, social, work and home responsibilities. Having said that, they present different initial complaints…

1. Proactive/Responsible

2. Grieving/Broken-hearted

3. Addicted/Impulsive

4. Concerned/Troubled Mind

5. Confused/Lost

6. Depressed/Sad

7. Fearful/Timid

8. Angry/Frustrated/Mad

9. Unskilled

10. Court-ordered

 

6 Types of Counselling Services that I can provide you and yours with:

1. Pastoral Counselling: Shepherding Christian hearts towards God and his plan for their lives through conversations that wisely use the Bible and Triune prayer.

2. Spiritual Direction/Counselling:  Authentic self-leadership flows from an authentic place which can be tended in non-directive, exploratory conversation about your heart/soul condition, core values, sacred beliefs, personal standards, passion-mapping, motivation and overall journey through life phases.

3. Life Work Coaching: Self-assessing important areas of your life and developing growth plans to support your drive achieve your vision of success and high performance.

4. Addiction & Substance Abuse Counselling:  Support for individuals and groups who want to understand the “why” and “how” of wellness, recovery and deep personal change.

5. Couples Care and Coaching: Premarital Preparation and Marital Enrichment Facilitation through assessments and skill development.

6. Grief and Loss: Aid in the process of slowing down to name the loss, plan to mourn, describe the pain, accept bereavement in our culture of “stuff it in”, “move along” and “replace it”.

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