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Walk back 10 years from where you are right now. Are you mentally, physically, financially, emotionally, spiritually, and relationally better than you were a decade ago?
Check-in and assess where you are now and heading and make the adjustments.
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the good news is you can transform your life anytime you want to, And a good way to do that is to, walk back that 10 years and say, Am I better or worse right now? Welcome to the Sales Life. I'm your host, marsh B, sales is a profession, but selling is a mindset that you need in order to embrace uncertainty, handle the adversity, and never settle again. In my 20 plus years of the sales profession, I've developed five disciplines that I've applied to every area of my life, including personal and professional disasters, hurricanes shortages, recessions, obesity, homelessness, demotion, and suicidal thoughts. I beat 'em all. Be ready for anything and achieve everything with the sales life mentality. Get started with your coaching email@example.com Yeah, but the, the real question that you gotta ask is, are you better or worse mentally, physically, financially, relationally, emotionally? Are you better or worse than you were? 10 years ago. Because see, it's not the suddenness. Nothing happens to us. Suddenly it's over time, because of erosion, we start making these small adjustments, these small exceptions, and it doesn't seem like much in the moment, but it matters, man, when you chop it all up. You start sleeping in a little longer. You stay up a little later, you begin making exceptions. When you go eat out, you drink a little bit more, you work out a little bit less, you work a little less harder and see in the moment it doesn't seem like much, does it? And then you wake up and you're. What the fuck happened? It's what happened. It's what happened to me. Over a 15 year period, I gained 60 pounds. 60 pounds, and you, you look at those kind of situations and you're like, How in the hell did it even happened? It didn't happen all at once. I didn't go to bed one night at two 15 and wake up the following morning at 2 75. It's four pounds a year. And when you start making these exceptions, you start moving the baseline. The baseline begins to move. And you stop keeping track of the numbers. Every now and then you get on the scale, you look at it and you're like, It's quarter pound, it's not that much. You make exceptions. Baseline moves out. Get on the scale again, make an exception. Whew. Well, after the holidays, I'm gonna do, it's an exception. Your exceptions come with excuses, so your narrative begins to change. And when that narrative changes, So do the results, because you start justifying what you got going on. Covid came in, got sick, I had to work longer, the good news is you can transform your life anytime you want to, but really you can radically change things up. And a good way to do that is to, walk back that 10 years and say, Am I better or worse right now? Like I'm in year nine of my weight loss, and I took stock in it. Am I better or worse than I was nine years ago? Almost 10. In some departments I'm better, and others, the physical part of it, I wasn't see this is that stake in the ground where I was able to put my foot down and say, Whoa, hold up. What have you started tolerating? What habits, what tendencies are you feeding? When you put your stake in the ground and you look at these things, you can sit there and say, Yep. See it and then you make the adjustment this way, life doesn't get away from you. And I say 10 years. I mean 10 years is that radical shift. , but if you want to do it sooner than that, you certainly, you can. I think if you do it every year, it's probably not a bad thing, but every 10 years, man, you definitely want to say, Wait a minute, where am I? In six points, mentally, physically, financially, emotionally, spiritually, relationally. Those six points, each one of 'em, am I better or worse than I was 10 years ago and make the adjustment. Thanks for being a part of the sales life for more on the sales life. Go to marshbuice.com that's M a R S H B U I C E. Be sure and subscribe to not miss any future episodes. Remember the greatest sale that you will ever make is the sale you own you because you're more than enough. Stay amazing. Stay in the sales life.
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