Marsh Buice
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Elevator Recruitment

Started this discussion. Last reply by Marsh Buice May 18, 2011. 2 Replies

  I would like your input on YOUR method of recruiting. We have all been at Best Buy, a furniture store, or even a nice restaurant and found a canidate that we think has "IT." You know the type, the…Continue

Tags: recruiting, sales

Top 5 reasons

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark Dubis Aug 5, 2010. 4 Replies

Good afternoon, if you are reading this post today, sales is obviously in your blood! (lol)  I am interested in your input on the "top 5 mistakes customers make when shopping for a vehicle."  We are…Continue

CRM and Negotiation

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jessica Russell Oct 20, 2010. 10 Replies

Because of the new Chrysler Standards, we have to get a CRM system.  Yes I know, welcome to the 90's but we do not have a CRM.  Obviously we want to save as much as possible and just got hit through…Continue

Tags: SALES, STANDARDS, RELATIONS, CRM

 

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Brian Bennington commented on Marsh Buice's blog post What's your Val-You?
"Thanks for the explanation, Marsh, and yes, I now understand where you're coming from.  It's a great "pump up" to protect the egos of those less experienced reps when they're confronted with a "No."  As…"
Jul 15
Marsh Buice commented on Marsh Buice's blog post What's your Val-You?
"Hi Brian, as sp we don't think highly enough of ourselves. We let the customer's No's define us - in a negative way. As the No's mount we lose our self-esteem and morale and begin to doubt our abilities. The value creation has to…"
Jul 15
Marsh Buice commented on Marsh Buice's blog post What's your Val-You?
"David, thanks for checking out and commenting. I teach my kids that you'll get everything you never ask for :) Appreciate you sir."
Jul 15
Brian Bennington commented on Marsh Buice's blog post What's your Val-You?
"Good morning, Reverend Buice.  Don't know why this was posted on the 8th and I just received it today, but I immediately opened and read it, looking to again appreciate your "meat and potatoes" views from St. Charles.  But,…"
Jul 15
David Martin commented on Marsh Buice's blog post What's your Val-You?
"As usual I loved your post. The part I like best is "You set the price for what you're worth......nor disrespectful customer". One of my favorite sayings is "If you don't ask, the answer is always No." "
Jul 15
Marsh Buice's blog post was featured

What's your Val-You?

The reason why most people fail in sales is because they don't create value- not so much as in their product, but more so in themselves. In his excellent book, (No More) Mediocre Me, Brigadier General John E. Michel writes,  "Feeling valued by others is fundamental to our happiness and well-being." In the rejection-infested…See More
Jul 15
Marsh Buice posted a blog post

What's your Val-You?

The reason why most people fail in sales is because they don't create value- not so much as in their product, but more so in themselves. In his excellent book, (No More) Mediocre Me, Brigadier General John E. Michel writes,  "Feeling valued by others is fundamental to our happiness and well-being." In the rejection-infested…See More
Jul 8
Marsh Buice commented on Marsh Buice's blog post Where's Your Stick?
"Brian thank you for taking time out Sunday to read and share your thoughts. There's nothing "cutting edge" to life other than at times we stray from the basics. Life's not hard, circumstances are what make…"
Jun 23
Brian Bennington commented on Marsh Buice's blog post Where's Your Stick?
"Good job, Marsh.  A really entertaining Sunday afternoon post.  I must admit, when you startled me by asking "Where's your stick," I immediately grabbed my pants to make sure it was still there!  Whoa, talk about a…"
Jun 22
Marsh Buice commented on Marsh Buice's blog post Where's Your Stick?
"It's all about moving forward. 3lbs keeps us from moving forward...our brain :) Always appreciate your support brother"
Jun 19
Joe Clementi commented on Marsh Buice's blog post Where's Your Stick?
"Another exceptional post Marsh! Moving forward towards failure...that's is precisely where success is. If you don't like where you are going...change the your direction by taking action.  Chances are, the 5 car a month guy or gal…"
Jun 18
Marsh Buice commented on Marsh Buice's blog post Where's Your Stick?
"Stan, it's on "you." The person that's holding us back is ourselves. We allow our thinking to inhibit our forward progress. Thanks for reading and commenting sir."
Jun 18
Stan Scott commented on Marsh Buice's blog post Where's Your Stick?
"Great post. Every time I find myself stopped moving forward, I realize it's only because I've stopped in my efforts. There's a saying...if you find yourself against a wall, either go over it or around it."
Jun 18
Marsh Buice's blog post was featured

Where's Your Stick?

Note: Thanks to AutoSuccess Magazine for allowing me to be their guest blogger this week. Amelia Earhart, the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic, had a saying painted on the side of her airplane; “Always think with your stick forward,” which means do all the thinking you want as long as you’re moving forward.  My…See More
Jun 18
Marsh Buice posted a blog post

Where's Your Stick?

Note: Thanks to AutoSuccess Magazine for allowing me to be their guest blogger this week. Amelia Earhart, the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic, had a saying painted on the side of her airplane; “Always think with your stick forward,” which means do all the thinking you want as long as you’re moving forward.  My…See More
Jun 18
Marsh Buice's blog post was featured

I'm Not Cut Out For This...

I hear this, just before a salesperson throws in the towel to quit. Some of them are right, many are often wrong. It’s not that you’re not cut out to be a salesperson, it’s that you haven’t yet cut in to be a good one. Think of your sales career as a bunch of hissing, sparking live wires cut in half. With each Up and every No;…See More
Jun 10

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What's your Val-You?

Posted on July 8, 2014 at 10:44am 5 Comments

The reason why most people fail in sales is because they don't create value- not so much as in their product, but more so in themselves. 

In his excellent book, (No More) Mediocre Me,…
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Where's Your Stick?

Posted on June 18, 2014 at 1:20pm 6 Comments

Note: Thanks to AutoSuccess Magazine for allowing me to be their guest blogger this week.

 

Amelia Earhart, the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic, had a saying painted on the side of her airplane;…
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I'm Not Cut Out For This...

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I hear this,…

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7 Truths About Closing The Sale by Rory Vaden

Posted on June 3, 2014 at 10:30am 0 Comments

Rory Vaden has a great weekly podcast called "The Servent Selling Podcast," that you should check out. Toward the end of his May 21rst podcast (go to minute 36:25 mark), he offers the "7 Truths About Closing the Sale."

I took some notes and shared with my sales team and thought you may find useful to…

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At 10:00pm on August 26, 2012, Mike Sharp said…

Marsh, I am new to this site. Not 100% sure how to get a direct message to you. I own a vehicle transport company that caters to high-end dealerships. Perhaps we can discuss this at your leisure? Feel free to email/call anytime, mike.sharp@usautotransportandlogistics.com or (954)644-3731.

At 11:36am on July 8, 2012, Ian Nethercott said…
If there is any way I can help, please let me know!

Have a great day!

Ian
At 11:35am on July 8, 2012, Ian Nethercott said…
Thanks for the support.....

Ian
At 6:14pm on March 8, 2012, Grant Cardone said…

Nice Job Marsh - You make Lake Charles proud.  Tell everyone there hello.  I just had 40lbs of crawfish flown out for me and the wife.

At 10:37pm on February 23, 2012, Ryan Gerardi said…

Marsh I shared you Jewel or Vile article on my Facebook page.Thought you may like to stop by. Great message. Thanks.

At 10:05am on January 6, 2012, Stephanie Young said…

Thanks....now we are more like the determined three-legged team racers at the corporate picnic.  LOL

At 9:16am on January 5, 2012, Stephanie Young said…

Guess who is back? : )

At 11:04am on August 16, 2011, Stephanie Young said…
WHEW!!!  Breath in....breath out.   Dude, you almost made me choke on that one.  I just knew that somehow you would get that movie reference.  How about....Class, class, class.  First class all the way!
At 10:41am on August 16, 2011, Stephanie Young said…

Can I get an autographed copy?  http://issuu.com/autosuccess/docs/as.aug11

 

Great article, bro!!!  Keepin it classy, San Diego!!!!

At 10:17am on July 29, 2011, Stephanie Young said…
Always a pleasure to work with such great minds.  You guys make my job just a little bit easier.
 
 
 

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