I owe Pierce a lot
If I have any success as a father, creator of ideas or selling my products or services I owe much of it to Pierce Marrs. I met Pierce at Dan Miller’s house three years ago and we’ve been friends ever since. He’s a southern boy with an uber successful career in sales with two grown boys and a great marriage. I’m a Northerner with little kids who talks too much in pretty much every setting I’m in. Pierce is an incredible mentor, listener and friend.
Pierce is in my circle. The circle that makes me who I am in day in and day out. If you’re in my circle I call you too much and I trust you more than myself most of the time. I can’t think of a time when Pierce gave me bad advice. He is the ultimate teacher for those of us who struggle close deals and even for those who have trouble getting into conversations about their products or services. He’s my sales coach and without him I wouldn’t have a business. ;
If you don’t have a circle that makes you better then start reading books like crazy and pray that God brings people into your life that you can trust as much as I trust Pierce.
Three things you need to know about Pierce
1. He’s wicked smart when it comes to sales. You should subscribe to get Pierce’s newsletter on sales. He sends it out every week and if you do what he tells you your customers will be happier and you’ll like your job more. Even if you’re not “in sales” you should subscribe anyway. We’re all in sales. Subscribe to his newsletter at MarrsCoaching.com
2. He’s got a great story. Find out how much Pierce has in common with Andy Andrews by listening to this interview.
3. He’s got a voice of gold. If you need a voiceover then I encourage you to visit Pierce’s new site VoiceFromMarrs.com. You can hear several of the voiceovers he’s done for me and my clients and inquire about having him do voiceover work for you. He’s worth every penny.
Who’s in your circle? How can you show your appreciation for them?