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Don't make your worst moments a monument of failure. Here are four ways to use your "worst" as a catalyst for your best.
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How can your worst moments become the catalyst for the best outcomes of your life? Don't let the moments define who you are. Let the moments define what you do next. Alright, t s l, let's get it. Welcome, welcome, welcome to another edition of the Sales Life. I'm your host, marsh B I created the sales life because I believe the number one skill that you need in your life. Is the ability to sell. See, sales is a profession. Selling is a life skill. And there are three things that every one of us on this planet are battling against. Adversity, uncertainty, and complacency. Good news is I've done a lot of the legwork for you. I have taken the skills that I've learned in over 24 years of the sales profession. And I'll show you how I, I've applied five skills to every area of my life to overcome some of the toughest moments in my life. Obesity, demotion, bankruptcy, homelessness, suicidal thoughts. Thankfully, I took the skills that I learned in the profession, and I applied to those situations and overcame ' em. to make it easy. Those five skills all start with the letter C it's communication, curiosity, creativity, continuous learning and action, and productive confrontation. If you found value in today's episode, please pay it forward and share this message with someone else. Also, if you wanna see my pretty face, you can catch me on YouTube. If you're ready to take these skills to another level, registration is opening up for one-on-one coaching, and on this coaching I'll develop a customized program to bulletproof your mind and maximize your life. So you can achieve the best version of you. I can't emphasize how important coaching is in your life. Sometimes you need someone to pat you on the back are the days you need someone to kick you in the ass. Good news is you got me to do both. So go to marsh b.com. That's M A R S H B U I C E, and sign up for your coaching today. While you're at marsh b.com, there's tons of free resources. Also on the bottom right is a microphone from me to you. Let me know what's your favorite episode R, what's going on in your world? and how I can help. I'm no hair, but I'm all ears. So let's rock out with today's episode. And remember, the greatest sale that you will ever make is the sale You on. You stay amazing. Stay in the cell's life. Let's get it Fair or unfair? Dude, bad shit happens to everybody. The difference is one person wears their failure as an identity while the other person uses that failure to identify what their next steps are. So there's four things that you need to do to make your worst moments a catalyst for your best outcomes in your life. Number one, you gotta own it. What role did you play in this? Not anybody else. Not point the finger. Not should have, would've, could've. What role did you play in this Number two, what were your blind spots? What did you not see? But you should have. Number three did you seek acceptance from someone who lacks the experience, who would just validate your crazy idea when instead what you should have done? Sought out a mentor, someone who has the experience, a proven track record, who would actually dissect your idea number four, this isn't all. There's always next, Let your failures be a residue, not a stain. If I spill red Kool-Aid and I don't clean it up. It's gonna leave a stain, but if I clean it up, the color is gone. But the residue, the stickiness is still there. And that's what you want with your failures. You want the stickiness to be that reminder as you move forward. Keep it simple. Keep it moving. Never settle. Keep selling.
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