SMART goals are important to set, when it’s the right time. Find out what type of goals entrepreneurs should set and when.
Our discussion today is about a different way of looking at goals that is very complimentary to our way of looking at goals for entrepreneurs. Click the player to listen to The BIGG Success Show podcast. Here is a summary…
We saw a great article over at the online magazine for swimmers called Swim Swam. It’s a goal setting strategy to use if you are struggling with hard goals. The author, Olivier Poirier-Leroy, is a former national-level swimmer who says there is a problem with traditional goal-setting . The process of trying to accomplish the goal gets left out, and the pressure to achieve a goal can cause people to fail.
Contrary to conventional thinking, entrepreneurs are NOT risk lovers. They are outstanding risk managers. See five ways entrepreneurs minimize risk.
It’s National Entrepreneurship Week. Many people don’t know it, but historically, it’s small business – not large companies – that creates jobs. Of every three net new jobs created, two of them are created by small businesses. They are the engine of the economy.
We saw a great article over at Bloomberg by innovation consultants Michael Maddock and Raphael Louis Viton. They note a new phenomenon: Large companies are hiring professors to teach them how to innovate. The authors assert that it’s misguided:
We’ll share a story today about a business owner whose tenacity helped her company grow by 200%!
On The BIGG Success Show, we discuss when you should be tenacious, and when you should not. Here’s a summary of that discussion…
Our entrepreneur success story comes from an article on Entrepreneur, written by Julia McCoy, Founder of Express Writers.
She says back in 2015 her company was struggling. They weren’t turning a profit and it was hard to see if and when they could scale.
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…