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Is It Unpatriotic to Take Paycheck Protection Program Money?

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The Paycheck Protection Program promises aid for small businesses in need. But some business owners wonder if it’s unpatriotic to take the money.

On The BIGG Success Show, we discuss the question underlying certain questions we’ve had, from a number of our clients, about the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). Some wonder: Is it unpatriotic to participate in this program? Here’s a summary of that discussion.

Business owners – we are an independent lot, are we not? Well, that’s why the idea of taking money from the government is like fingers on a chalkboard to some of them.

Some entrepreneurs think that taking government money through something like the Paycheck Protection Program is unpatriotic.

So is it unpatriotic?

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3 Ways to Endure Tough Times

Man rolling large wheel uphill with the blog title 2 ways to endure tough times

When tough times bring stress and anxiety, use these three attitudes to improve your mindset and take on the challenge.

Tough times, stress, anxiety, financial worries, how do you deal with it? Hear us discuss three attitudes that will help on The BIGG Success Show Here’s a summary of that discussion.

During tough times, especially tough economic times, business owners and individuals feel a LOT of anxiety over things like incoming bills and meeting payroll. To add to that you’ve got all this uncertainty…one day the stock market’s way up, the next it’s way down.

There’s a lot of things you can do in tough times – especially tough economic times – but there’s a few that we’re going to zero in on today that will help you persevere in any tough situation.

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Expert Answers to the 6 Top Questions on How to Start a Business

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The U.S. Small Business Administration recently hosted a Twitter chat on how to start a business. We were among the expert participants including Google Small Business, Constant Contact, IRS Small Business, QuickBooks, SCORE and more, who shared tips and resources on how to take the first steps to entrepreneurship! Below are some highlights from the session.

“How to Start a Business” Chat Questions and Answers

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Time for a Career Change?

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Should you change your job or career? We share a quick way to find out. And if it’s a career change, we use some rock and roll songs to help you discover how soon to make a move.

Is it time to change jobs? Or is a career change called for? We discuss how to know the difference on The BIGG Success Show today. Here’s a summary of that discussion.

Picture this – you wake up. As you begin to gain consciousness, you realize that it’s Monday morning. The weekend is over. Another week has begun. How do you feel?

This Monday morning test tells you a lot. It’s your intuition talking to you. If you’re excited about the week ahead, you’re in the right job. If you’re dreading the week ahead, you may need to think about a change. The question is:

Do you need to change your JOB or do you need to change your CAREER?

The #1 sign that you should change your job

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Do You Want to Be Famous?

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If you want to be famous, you need to build a personal brand. To help you develop that brand, we share five simple questions to ask.

We discuss how to achieve fame through personal branding on The BIGG Success Show. Here’s a summary of that discussion.

The famous artist, Andy Warhol, famously said, “In the future, everyone will be world famous for fifteen minutes.”

The future is here! Andy Warhol turned out to be quite a prognosticator!

Now, you may raise an objection. You may say you don’t want to be famous. But before you cast this information away, think about one thing:
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