Career & Business

Nobody Needs What You’re Selling (And Why That’s A Good Thing)

September 16, 2014

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I forgot how much I **love** fall until this past weekend.

Josh and I spent some unplugged time in the woods. The temperature dropped just enough to light a fire and bust out some chunky sweaters, but not enough to retire my flip-flops for the season.

It was a cozy weekend that touched my heart and sparked my imagination for other autumn activities I’d like to do with people I love. Which brings me to today’s episode of MarieTV.

Whether you’re a business owner or working within a team, you’ve got to sell. Your ideas, products, services and most often, your point of view.

Being able to effectively communicate the value of what you’re offering (or suggesting) is a vital skill in business and life.

It can mean the difference between success and failure in your career, non-profit, fundraiser and even your most precious relationships.

Unfortunately, many of us have no idea what we’re actually selling and it’s holding us back from making the difference we’re here to make.

In today’s episode of MarieTV, discover what may be the most important marketing question you can ask yourself before selling anything again.

One of the things I love most about this marketing strategy is that it requires us to connect emotionally with those we’re here to serve. It brings more humanity and heart to business, and to every way we hope to inspire and influence others.

Now, I’d love to hear from you.

What are you really selling? What are people really buying from you?

If you’ve never thought about selling this way, your answer may feel a little bumbly at first. That’s OK.

Just give it a go and realize your answer may evolve over time.

But leaving a comment is a fantastic first step towards clarity and it’ll help you connect more genuinely with those you wish to serve.

Thank you, as always, for watching and sharing with such generosity. Thousands of incredible souls come here each week for insight and inspiration. And your share may be the exact perspective someone else needs to spark a profound shift.

All my love,


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