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How to dream bigger

How to Dream Bigger

How to dream bigger

We take on the common misconception that people who dream and succeed BIGG aren’t constrained by the same forces that the rest of us are.

Click the player to listen to this episode of The BIGG Success Show Podcast. Below is a summary of our discussion.

It’s not that people who succeed BIGG don’t face the same constraints that we all face, it’s that they don’t see themselves as being constrained.

What does that mean, how do they do it, and how can you do the same thing?

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One Step to Success

image of woman taking a step with the blog title: one step to success

We all see people rise meteorically to the top all the time. What’s their key? Follow their lead. Take this one step to success.

We discussed the critical step to BIGG success on our podcast. Here’s a SUMMARY of that discussion…

We constantly see overnight successes. Yesterday, they were just part of the crowd. Now, they’re the new sensation.

From the outside looking in, it appears as if they had a meteoric rise to the top. But as we know, perceptions can be deceiving.

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2 Main Criteria of Success

image of an ice cream soda with the blog title: 2 main criteria for success

To understand the two main criteria of success, think about an ice cream soda and the straw that comes with it. One is nice; the other is necessary.

We discuss the importance of defining success your way on The BIGG Success Show today. Here’s a summary of that discussion

In his wonderful book, Success Is Within You – an oldie but a goodie – Howard Jay Whitman uses an analogy to illustrate a point about what he calls the “two main criteria of success.”

He talks about the straw and the ice cream soda. He says:

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How to Pivot Your Life Direction

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Mark Victor Hansen and Crystal Hansen say asking questions will pivot your life direction in amazing ways. Listen as they share how it worked for them.


Our guests today are the power couple of power couples.

Mark Victor Hansen is best known as the co-creator of Chicken Soup for the Soul*, one of the best-selling book franchises of all time.

Crystal Dwyer Hansen is an entrepreneur, coach, and author of Skinny Life: The Secret to Physical, Emotional and Spiritual Fitness*.

Together, they’ve written a new book, Ask! The Bridge From Your Dreams To Your Destiny*.

Here’s a summary of our discussion.

The Key to Finding Your Life Direction

Crystal says the difference between those who are really getting what they want in terms of success and happiness, and those who aren’t, is their willingness to ability to ask.

In looking back at their own journey’s, Mark and Crystal discovered there are 3 channels through which you can ask:

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4 Values That Lead to Success

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A famous mom says the values you instill in your children are what lead to their success. We talk about that on The BIGG Success Show, brought to you by FinancialFreedomTool.com.

Here’s a summary of our discussion.

Esther Wojcicki is a proud mom. One of her daughters is the CEO of YouTube, another is a professor of pediatrics, and another is the co-founder and CEO of 23andMe. As you can imagine – parents ask her for advice all the time! So she wrote a book. “How to Raise Successful People: Simple Lessons for Radical Results.”*

Esther’s book talks about certain values that lead to success, and we’ll share some of those with you today.

The Value of Serving

Esther taught her daughters about the importance of serving the community, and she did that through action. She found ways to help and make a difference in her community, which showed her daughters what can be achieved when you truly care.

The Value of Volunteering

Esther cites studies that shows teens who volunteer better moods and stay out of trouble. She says there are too many kids these days who are focused only on themselves – what they want to buy, where they want to vacation, etc. Esther encourages parents to volunteer and fight for their communities. She says your actions can help children feel empowered to take on challenges and find a way to contribute.

The Value of Selflessness

Esther says people who think they are the center of the universe are unprepared to take on causes that could make the world a better place. Those who put money and possessions first are often unhappy and unfulfilled, because their goals turn them into narcissists. But those who put others first, are often happy and fulfilled because their goals create a life of meaning and purpose.

The Value of Community

Esther we are happiest, and most beneficial to society, when we are doing things to help others. Where can you help your community? How do you feel called to help? If you don’t know, volunteer for an hour for a local organization, go to a city council meeting, do some research on an issue that affects your neighborhood and help find a solution.

What Are Your Values?

BIGG success, for many people means more money. But it isn’t just about how much money you make, or how many vacations you take, or how many professional accolades you receive. Instead, it’s about the legacy of service that you leave. How are you helping others? How will you inspire others through your actions? How can you do more good? Focus on these things and money often follows. That’s BIGG success!

Here’s to your BIGG success!

George “The Professor” & Mary-Lynn
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Co-Founders, BIGG Success

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