Welcome to our new website!

Sarah Blakely didn’t tell anyone of her billion-dollar idea for Spanx for a year.


She knew if she did, others would crush her idea with their opinions. Instead, she kept it to herself and went to work - at night…unseen…offline.

Think about forging your commitment for 365 days. No one knows. No…

View more

When you find yourself in a crisis, the worst thing you can do is make no decision at all. It's detrimental to your leadership and to the future of your team. On a recent episode of The Sales Life, Brian Chesky, CEO of Airbnb, found his leadership tested to the brink when the travel industry collap…

View more

Airbnb started out in a crisis. In a recession and no money to pay rent, CEO Brian Chesky and friends came up with the best-worst idea ever: Rent a room or fully furnished home to strangers for cash.

In 10 years, Airbnb had a $40 billion valuation and was set to go public...then the pandemic hit.…

View more

Brian Chesky had the worst-best idea for a business ever. Imagine that you can rent your room or a whole furnished house to strangers and make money. You know it as Airbnb today, but 10 years ago, it sounded ludicrous.

Chesky and his team poured everything they had into keeping Airbnb alive and i…

View more

Resilience is not just about getting back up. It's what you do when you get back up.

I just got off of a great discussion with Coach Jason Fry on Twitter spaces and he asked me what was one takeaway from the podcast we'd just listened to.

View more

One day you're hot and the next 10 days you're NOT. Up. Down. Up. Down. If you're waiting for #motivation to kick in, then you're forever going to be overweight, underpaid, underwhelmed with your life. I've got a way for you to change your life even when you ain't feeling it.

Let's goooo! BE SURE…

View more

Even Michael Jordan had a coach. No matter how successful you are, you'll always need a good #coach. Coaching is not an expense, it is an investment. Here's what good coaching can do for you.
_____________________________________
Thanks for watching. For more head to www.marshbuice.com. There you c…

View more

Even when you can't get to it all, you can get to it more than before. #Momentum is always hungry. No matter how little time you have, feed Big Mo anyway.

Thanks for watching. Check out over 600 episodes of The Sales Life wherever you listen to #podcasts.

View more

Life is full of starts and stops. One stop ain't the problem, it's the stopsssssssss that kill us. How do you get started again after you've given back all of your progress.

View more

I get it. Reading a book makes you go back to those dreaded days in high school when you powered through a book for a test. Even when you read it, you still failed the test because you have no idea what you read.

Reading will take you to places that you never dreamed possible, but first I gotta g…

View more

You wouldn't want to win all of the time. I know it sounds crazy, but think about it. If you won every time, what would you be grateful for? If you always finished first, what would challenge you to push higher?

Diversity creates strength.

I hope you lose today because if you're willing to lose,…

View more

Where were you back in 2009? I know where I was. That was the height of the financial crisis.

I was in the 11th year of my 24 years of selling cars, and this was an unprecedented time. I would come to work, literally hold my breath to pull on the door, to see if the doors were unlocked or not beca…

View more

Where were you in 2009? At the height of the financial crises, a company's stock price valued at $60/share sunk to less than $1. In a panic, many people liquidated their stocks and PERMANENTLY locked in their losses.

If they'd stayed in, they would've seen exponential gains when the market roared…

View more

There is not a soul on this earth that hasn't freaked out or panicked. Many of those moments we are not proud of. How you handle yourself next time is dependent on what you learned from the situations before.

Think of success as a 3-legged stool with each leg weighted at 33%: Preparedness, experi…

View more

There are some things in your life that you cannot put a dollar value on it. The Sales Life Podcast is that for me. Even though I've invested thousands of hours into creating nearly 700 episodes, monetarily, I've got little to show for it.

But I have profited in so many other ways that far exceed …

View more

Guitar gurus say, "Tone is in your fingers." I could buy the guitar and equipment that Eddie Van Halen had, but I'm still going to sound like me. On the flip side, Eddie Van Halen can buy a guitar at a garage sale and still sound like Eddie Van Halen.

In the book "Rework," Jason Fried writes, "You…

View more

Don't let your "effect" get in the way of your "affect." What is the difference between the two words?

Affect is the action. Effect the result. Oftentimes you let the results of setbacks, regrets, and unfairness get in the way of the action that you can take that will change the course of your li…

View more

Early in my management career, I was told, "You can't teach decision making." That never sat well with me because babies aren't born good decision-makers, but as we grew older, we stopped making decisions because we quickly realized there were consequences. To avoid being grounded, whipped, or have…

View more

The more you care, the more you prepare.

Most people want success, but they don't show any care for it. If they truly cared for success, they'd prepare for t. When you care for something, you pay close attention to it, and because it is so important to you, you make sure that you are prepared to …

View more

You may be off-track, but you're on the right path.

There are so many similarities between a lion and life. In his book, "The Lion Tracker's Guide To Life," Boyd Varty writes that a lion tracker will lose track of the lion 100% of the time! When she loses the track, the lion tracker does 2 things:…

View more

Isn't there more to your life than doing only what you're "supposed to do?" You're supposed to get to work on time, pay bills, and be a full-time mom, but is that all? What if my life goes off the rails? Am I "supposed to" get it back on track?

"Supposed to" is waiting for others. Outlaw Logic tak…

View more

Do you want more consistent results? Are you tired of starting over or just getting by? Approach your day the same way.

Good or bad, we hold results too long. If it is good, we lose our sense of urgency. If it is bad, we lose our confidence.

If you want the insanity to end, approach your day the…

View more

A common trait that all world-class entrepreneurs and athletes have is that despite the adversity, setbacks, and unyielding rejection, they NEVER SETTLED and kept selling.

Selling effectively requires 10 core skills (10 C's): Communication, connection, creativity, curiosity, consistency, continuo…

View more

How many chances have you taken and it not work out?

But how many chances should you have taken that could’ve changed ever for you?

Today I want you to look at “taking a chance” differently. “Chance” is a risk, but it’s also a probability. A probability is a statistical number entered as a chanc…

View more