It was so lovely to see you at Tribe Conference! Hope you had fun and feel full of ideas, but not so full that you’re totally overwhelmed. Remember, one small step every day (or once a week) is GREAT!

Ok, ON TO the networking follow up tips!

On this page you’ll find:

(1) The three questions you need to answer as a foundation for what you’re building, as outlined in my talk

(2) A video reminding you why this is SO POWERFUL!

(3) Links to some of those brilliant sales teachers I mentioned

(4) Link to my I Don’t Have My iSht Together Either group

(5) Info on what to do if you if you’ve been inspired to work on your sales page, story or speech

(6) How to get my biggest secret for charming potential clients


(1) The Three Questions:


1. What is the problem you solve?

Ask yourself: what is their life like before they engage with your thing? What is it like after?

2. Who has that problem?

Remember, niching in on the problem is more important than the exact demographic, but think about what you do know about them.

3. What words and phrases do they use to describe the problem?

Hint: it’s not “I need to step into my power” :)
Think about where you were when you were where they are now!


(2) Video reminding you why that exercise WORKS:

(3) Links to my sales teachers:

1. Kendrick Shope REWIRED MY BRAIN AND CHANGED MY LIFE. You should do Sales School, it’s AMAZING.

2. Marie Forleo is the one I quoted on stage, her B School is the reason I’m here.

3. Jenny Shih was my first business coach and her free content is second-to-NONE.

4. Jonathan Fields is someone to whom I have paid vast amounts of money which was all worth it.

(4) Link to my I Don’t Have My iSht Together Either group

This makes me laugh out loud (and feel better about myself) EVERY SINGLE DAY:


(5) Inspired to work on YOUR sales page or speech? Here’s how to take the next step.

I would love – LOVE – to help you.

Do you HATE writing sales pages? Wish you could just do your thing and have people give you money? Can’t stand the thought of the hard sell? Really curious as to how you can write a sales page that’s a gift instead of a gut punch? This is for you:

Are you a speaker who wants to take your good speech into a mind-blowing, world-changing one? Whether you’re headed for TED, World Domination Summit, or anywhere in between, I’ve got you covered with story-focused speech help that makes your speech just as good as the ideas you’re sharing in it:

Not sure which one is for you – but know you’d love to get better at storytelling with my help? Let’s chat! Schedule your free no-obligation call:

(6) Get free training – plus free Coaching on Storytelling from me!

If you’d like free coaching (and stories and secrets I won’t put on the internet) – along with the MAGIC BULLET for storytelling, then just fill in your details below:


Thanks again! It was so nice to see you!

You rule,

xx (Yes Yes) Marsha


  • Tracie

    Reply Reply September 17, 2017

    My goblins name is Barbara Ross. Think of the girl version of Bob Ross…happy trees!!!!!

  • Dave

    Reply Reply September 18, 2017

    Marsha, thank you for your anti-awkwardness training at Tribe! So helpful. My dork goblin is Patrick the Starfish from Sponge Bob. I lose the power of speech, cock my head, stare side-ways, and drool into the carpet.

    • Marsha (Yes Yes Marsha)

      Marsha (Yes Yes Marsha)

      Reply Reply September 19, 2017

      Haha, totally get the cocking and the drooling! Don’t forget to be kind to Patrick :)

      Thanks for introducing us! :)


  • Caroline

    Reply Reply September 21, 2017

    Thanks so much, Marsha, for your terrific contribution at TRIBE. You really added much levity & laughter to the experience. I’m the one who told you I think I’ve got a bipolar dork goblin – Steamroller Sally and Hesitant Harriet – depending upon who the other person is and where my hormones are at the time.

  • Danielle Bernock

    Reply Reply September 22, 2017

    Thank you, Marsha for coming to Tribe AGAIN! I wasn’t there last year but watched the video. You’ve left a mark on me that I’m thankful for. I have yet to name and characterize my dork goblin but I wrote about you this week for Jeff. here
    Fire hair – Danielle

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