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3 Tips for a More Fulfilling Career

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Whether you are looking on your own, or are forced into it, there are certain steps you can take to find a more fulfilling career.

Click the player to listen to podcast episode #1056 of The BIGG Success Show. Below is a summary of our discussion…

Our show today is inspired by the movie, Larry Crowne.

Here’s the storyline:

Larry, played by Tom Hanks, was a superstar team leader at a big-box company where he’s worked for over 20 years. He gets called to the office, where it’s expected that he will be recognized as “Employee of the Month” again, but instead, he is told that due to a company policy change with management, he was being let go.

His bosses said that his lack of a college degree would prevent him from moving any further up the ladder. Larry had enlisted in the Navy as a young man and started working for the store after his service was over.

As a middle-aged man, he finds it hard to get hired. Deep in dept with a mortgage and unclear on what to do, Larry heads to his local college to start over.

Let’s go to The Professor’s Whiteboard for 3 tips for a more fulfilling career.

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7 Things to Do Instead of Comparing Yourself to Others

image of people walking with article title 7 Things to Do Instead of Comparing Yourself to Others

If you feel discouraged because others seem to be getting ahead faster, avoid the trap of comparing yourself to them with these 7 things.

People who think like an entrepreneur are ambitious and set BIGG goals. The downside is sometimes it seems others are doing better we get discouraged.

Social media makes comparing yourself to others easy to do. While comparison can be used in positive ways, it seems to be our human nature to do it in a negative way.

We look to The Professor’s whiteboard to see what to do instead.

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The 4-Step Exercise to Find Your Niche

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Whether you are looking to advance in your career or pursue a business idea you have to find your niche. This exercise helps to pinpoint what makes you unique.

Do you pronounce the word niche as nich or neesh? Listen as George & Mary-Lynn have fun talking about that and the 4-step exercise on The BIGG Success Show podcast. click the player to listen. Here’s a summary of the discussion…

Who needs this exercise?

This is a useful exercise or anyone considering a career change or thinking about starting a business.

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To Succeed, Don’t Focus on the Outcome

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Don’t focus on the outcome? We share a story from an actor, whose shift in mindset from the outcome, helped him become a star.

On The BIGG Success Show, we discuss what you should focus on, rather than the outcome to succeed BIGG. Here’s a summary of that discussion…

The story we are sharing today comes from the autobiography “A Life in Parts.*” by Bryan Cranston, an actor best known for his roles in Malcolm in the Middle and Breaking Bad.

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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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