Continuous Learning Category

#599. S.S.S.S.: Stop Saying Stupid Sh*t

Hear today’s episode on The Sales Life Podcast w/ Marsh Buice Here’s the transcript from today’s episode. Marsh Buice: Alrighty TSL. Let’s get it. Welcome back to another edition of The Sales Life. And The Sales Life is just not for those in the sales profession. It’s for those who are building the life skills […]

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Let them struggle

Hear this post on The Sales Life Podcast. Do you want to help someone out? Well, help them out by letting them struggle. Struggle is an opportunity to learn beyond the point of frustration. I learned this by talking to one of my friends. He mandate for his kids? They are not allowed to come […]

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Your circumstances may not be equal but your opportunities are.

Your circumstances may not be equal, but your opportunities are. Think about that for a second. Everybody’s got different circumstances-we’ve all got different things going on in our life, right? But no matter how diverse our circumstances, there are still opportunities! Because opportunities only exist and can be seized by those who are willing to […]

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The Right, Honor, Privilege, & Respect of Sales

*This episode of The Sales Life Podcast was so enjoyable to produce. I had the chance to have a conversation with “The Sales Hunter” Mark Hunter (yes, Hunter is his real last name) and dive into his wisdom of “A Mind For Sales.” Even if you are not in the profession of sales, you are […]

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Your Skids or Ruts Are Due To Mismanaged Memory

In his book “The Magic of Thinking Big,” David Schwartz writes that a lack of confidence comes from mismanaged memory. When you begin to lose, what do you tend to focus on? The wins or losses? 90% of your month could’ve been wins, but that 10% of losses erases all of those good vibes and […]

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Work in odds today. Bust up your “usually’s.”

Work in “odd” numbers. Bust up your “usually’s.” Here’s my challenge to myself this week & want you to come along. * Work in ODD numbers. Instead of smooth, rounded off numbers, let’s mix it up. • Resistance Training: (weights, bands, or body weight) instead of 10 reps do 11 • Cardio: Trying to knock […]

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You can’t practice being taller.

After a crushing loss, a volleyball player vented to her dad, “You can’t practice being taller.” . As if the only advantage the other team to win was their height. . And that’s what we do, right? We see the giants of our industry & we point to their advantages… . But we fail to […]

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“IN” isn’t your responsibility. “Of” is.

So many people are trapped in the “IN” moments of their life. Something happened in their life from childhood to being blindsided with a divorce or termination & all they ever talk about is what happened “IN” their life. IN moments suck & may not be all your fault but you’ll never grow into the […]

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Insecurities are BS Artists

INSECURITIES are B.S. artists. Everyone & I mean everyone has insecurities..so don’t think that you’re alone Your insecurities can be an advantage for you because they call you out. When your insecurities whisper to you that you’ll always be broke, fat, & single…when insecurities sneer that you’ll never bounce back or become successful… Run at […]

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Accept. Agree. Admit. Deliver

Recently on Jeb Blount’s Sales Gravy Podcast, Improv Specialist Gina Trimarco laid down the fundamentals of Improv. One of those is to accept what the other person is saying-even if you don’t agree with them. I’ve blown many deals because I didn’t agree with the customer. How many friendships and connections have been lost, blocked, […]

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