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7 Steps to Get Promoted to Senior Management

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Why settle for mid-level on the corporate ladder when you could get promoted to senior management? Take these seven steps to soar to the top.

On The BIGG Success Show , we discuss climbing the corporate ladder – all the way to the executive suite. Here’s a summary of our conversation.

It’s great to get promoted. It’s even better to put yourself on track for upper management.

The sooner in your career that you determine this is your goal, the more likely you will achieve it.

That’s because you may make different choices if you want to get promoted to senior management. For example, in select cases, you may choose a lateral move to another department instead of a promotion within your department.

Here are seven steps to get promoted to senior management.

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4 Ways to Find a Career You Love

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Going through a career crisis? Don’t make the mistake so many people make. Take action to discover four ways to find a career you love now.

We discuss how to find a career you love on The BIGG Success Show. Here’s a summary of that discussion:

Are you bored with your career?

Do you feel trapped by your obligations?

Is there a lifelong dream about which you still fantasize?

Are you disappointed that you haven’t done more with your life?

These are signs that you may be going through a career crisis. (Or a mid-career crisis for those who have had more birthdays.)

Don’t despair – you don’t have to accept your circumstances. Do something about it!

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Do You Need Industry Experience to Start a Business?

business people meeting with blog post title do you need industry experience

Is industry experience helpful or harmful to budding entrepreneurs? We share three reasons it can help and two times when it can hurt.

On The BIGG Success Show, we discuss whether or not industry experience is necessary when starting a business. Here’s a summary of that discussion.

“Stick to what you know.” You’ve probably heard that phrase before. But does it apply to entrepreneurs?

You probably won’t be surprised to hear that it’s less risky to start a business in a field in which you have experience. But it necessary?

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Is It Time to Move On to a New Job?

Is it time to move on to a new job

How do you know when it is time to move on to a new job? Most people either move too fast or too slow. See how to get it right.

We discuss timing a change of jobs on The BIGG Success Show today. The following is a summary of our discussion.

Knowing when it’s time to move on is one of the toughest decisions we ever make. Carlin Flora writes about this in an article entitled Adieu to All That, published in Psychology Today. She says that, when thinking about moving on to a new job, there are two extreme kinds of people: quitters and lingerers.

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6 Easy Steps to Financial Freedom

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Want to retire early? Wish you had the time and money to do what you really want? Just take these six steps to financial freedom.

On The BIGG Success Show, we discuss how to accumulate a nest egg which will support the lifestyle you dream of. Here’s a summary of that discussion.

It’s easier than you might think to achieve financial freedom – even in the midst of a pandemic.

That’s because time is on your side, when it comes to money. It’s a financial concept called the time value of money.

Let’s say you want at least $1 million when you retire at 65. We know – you want to retire earlier than that. We’re glad to hear it! But keep listening to our example so you understand the point. It’s really, really, really important!

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