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You have a gift and NO ONE, not even you, will realize the magnitude of your gift if you quit. On this episode I'll tell you how I've been able to consistently post for 5 years.
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Welcome to The Sales Life. I'm Marsh Buice and I created The Sales Life because I believe sales is the best profession and life is the greatest gift and both require the skills of selling to embrace uncertainty, handle adversity, and never settle again.
My mission is to help build a better you both in sales and in life, by eliminating fear, misplaced anger, self-doubt, and shame.
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The greatest sale you will ever make is to sell you on you. You're more than enough. Never settle. Keep Selling.
Today on a sales life. people aren't following you right now. Because they're not familiar with you and they will never become familiar with you if you bounce out because you're frustrated, because you're not getting enough likes, retweets, shares, or subscribers. this is the Sales Life. I'm your host, Marsh B and I created the sales life because I believe sales is the best profession. And life is the greatest gift, and both require skills of selling to embrace uncertainty, handle the adversity, and never settle again. My mission is simple. Build a better you by eliminating fear, self-doubt, misplace anger, and shame. If you're looking at your life right now saying, Man, this won't work. Well, then it's time to go to work. And the first sale that we gotta make is to sell you on. Head over to marshbuice.com and start your coaching today. Now let's rock out with today's episode. Stop caring and keep creating Because the most valuable piece of property is no longer ocean front property. It's people's attention. There's a psychological phenomenon called the Mere Exposure Effect, it basically is where people develop a preference merely because they're familiar with you. See, when people become familiar, then they become curious because they keep seeing you and you've peaked their curiosity. That's actually when they tap in and listen. To what it is that you're saying, to what it is that you're writing about and when what you say and how you live lines up with where they are and where they want to be. That's when they begin to follow. You people aren't following you right now. Because they're not familiar with you and they will never become familiar with you if you bounce out because you're frustrated, because you're not getting enough likes, retweets, shares, or subscribers. I mean, who's your content for anyway? Because if it's not first for you, dude, you're gonna. I've seen so many people. I started back in 2017 consistently sharing my message, and I can't tell you how many people I've started with and they fizzled out. Because they were looking at the results based on the stats, instead of the internal results, I post first for me, I post what I need to hear. I post to refine how I live and I become my own accountability partner. So I post to call me out. I post to build me up because posting is a currency for me. It's an investment in my own life. It pushes me to communicate better. It pushes me to create more. It pushes me to be more curious. It pushes me to continuously learn. It pushes me to confront some things in my own. See everything that I talk about, the five skills that you need in selling, communication, curiosity, creativity, continuous learning and action, and productive confrontation. These are all the benefits that I get, but I wouldn't get these benefits, if I don't keep creating. Continuously creating becomes a catalog of content, so that way when I need it most, I can reference back to it 700 episodes and say, I need this for me today, because I'm not in that space to create that day. Some days I'm in that space that I need to. And I need to recalibrate and center and say, Okay, you're winning. Let's go. That's the selfish benefit the other part is it becomes a place for others to reference to. To start again, but if I don't have anything there for them, no owls, for them to walk and view and choose and skip and rewind and go back to if I got two pieces of content there and then I bounce, You did the world of disservice. See, God gave you some incredible talents. It's like the parable. One person buried it and said, Look, I got the same talent. And when his master came back, he said, Hey, look, I got the same talent. The other one invested it, and he invested it. Understanding that if I invest this, there's a possibility that I could lose. Because he invested it in the right way. It actually gained, and he said, Look, I grew what was given to me. You got so much that's given to you and you have this, and you're so worried about what everybody else is doing and not doing, and creating and blowing up don't worry about that. Keep sculpting your message. And if and when it's right for them, whoever them may be, you'll be there. They will be too. . If you don't consistently show up, they won't either. Remember, the greatest sale that you will ever make is to sell you on you because you're more than enough. Stay amazing. Stay in the sales life. Thanks so much for listening today. If you would share this episode with someone else who needs it and for more resources, head over to marshbuice.com while you're there, there's podcasts, blogs, and videos. And sign up for your coaching today
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