TOUGH TALKS: Attitude and Effort: The 2 Things We Can Totally Control with Reggie Marable

Have you ever met someone who is perpetually driven by both the creation of excellence AND fun?! Well, whether you have or you haven’t, you’re about to. His name is Reggie Marable and he is a big-time Sales Exec with a fan base larger than the Atlanta Braves! (He’s from Atlanta, aka the ATL.)

Reggie truly gets what Mental Toughness means. He has applied Mental Toughness practices to everything he’s done in life. He played professional football. He was recently named to the prestigious 100 Black Men of Atlanta organization which creates educational and economic opportunities for African American youth in the ATL. And after Salesforce (where he has been a sales leader for the last 6 years) acquired Slack for $27B (yes, with a “B”) in the summer of 2021, they offered Reggie the enormous responsibility to run one of its largest orgs, CMT (Communications, Media, and Technology). For good reason.

In our convo, we discuss some of the practices that he uses to keep himself perpetually inspired and some stellar leadership practices that he relies upon to keep his team inspired as well – especially in challenging times, like now.

Reggie is also an inspirational quote dispenser! Which is awesome. And what’s more awesome is he lives by them – he walks his talk.

We open up the convo today to explore some of the greatest fears in today’s economic climate, as well as some of the greatest Mental Toughness practices and disciplines you can use to create excellence in some really challenging times.

More about Reggie:

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This is the Amazon link to his book ‘The Blue Print: The Keys to Making BIG Money in Professional Sales’:

Here’s the audio only version, which you can also download as an MP3 file to listen to on the go.

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