Are you focused on improving your performance? Then now is the time to ignore all your own rules. As Mary discusses in a BuilderRadio podcast, these rules serve as leashes that keep you from moving forward. Read an excerpt below:

“Look at yourself and figure out what rules you have… Be aware and tell yourself, ‘I want to open my mind to what my rules are and today I’m going to have a no rules day.’ Just get rid of all your rules and

see what happens. It’s one day. And you get rid of all of those leashes that are holding you back.”

LISTEN TO THE PODCAST HERE for more keen insights from Mary on how shifting your mindset can bring about radically positive results, including powerful examples from her own experiences as a professional in the sales industry.

Here’s to earning what you’re worth!



Forrest Performance Group (FPG) is a global leader and designer of sales training programs, management training programs, and corporate training programs. FPG leads change within companies by improving the skills and utilizing the existing talents of the company’s sales professionals, leadership, and executives.

This training and development is dedicated to transforming companies into sales organizations and focuses on perfecting the science and art of sales. FPG redefines the concept of training, changes culture, and transforms lives, one company at a time. FPG is the X-Factor – the hidden variable – to companies’ growth and success.

The company believes that true, permanent change begins at the top, transforms from the inside out, and requires long-term coaching and accountability, rather than short-term training. This belief system has led to accolades for FPG, the most notable of which was their placement on the 2016 Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.  In addition, FPG was winner of the global Stevie Awards for Sales and Customer Service for two consecutive years: The Silver award in 2014 and the Gold in 2015 for sales training and coaching program of the year.


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