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How to Set Goals Like Goldilocks

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Remember the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears? It’s the inspiration for our discussion today about setting goals.

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Setting goals can be tricky. Like Goldilocks, looking for the right bowl of porridge, you want to create goals that are neither too high nor too low … you want goals that are just right.

Let’s go to The Professor’s whiteboard to see how to set goals like Goldilocks.

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3 Business Survival Tips

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It’s our anniversary! We share insights from our journey and the top business survival tips we’ve used to stay in business for 14 years.

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A lot of businesses fail in 5 years or less. We’ve survived 14 years.

It’s not been easy, and it’s not come without great challenges: We’ve survived the great recession, and the great pandemic. Not to mention the common obstacles to business growth. But we are still here, so let’s pull out the Professor’s whiteboard for our top 3 business survival tips…

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7 Tips for Success in 7 Minutes

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We share 7 tips for success to celebrate the 7th anniversary of BIGG Success in a Minute, our syndicated radio feature, by sharing 7 favorite episodes.

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Seven years ago today, BIGG Success in a Minute – our syndicated radio feature with Envision Networks – hit the airwaves for the first time. On The BIGG Success Show, we share seven tips for success from seven of our favorite episodes. Here’s a summary…

Welcome to this special show. We’re celebrating the 7th anniversary of our syndicated radio feature, BIGG Success in a Minute.

So we thought we’d do something special today. We air a show every day, 365 days a year. Each week, we try to cover all 5 elements of BIGG success – money, time, growth, work, and play. It’s quite a variety.

And today, we’re going to share 7 of our favorite episodes. 7 shows. 7 minutes. 7 tips for success.

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How to Deal with Rejection

rejection | BIGG SuccessRejection can be brutal. Some people take it better than others.

BIGG success is life on your own terms. But even if you’re living the BIGG life, things won’t always go your way.

You won’t reach the BIGG success you crave if you let rejection get you down.

So here are 4 tips to help you deal with rejection:

Stay confident

When you’re comfortable in your own skin, you won’t take rejection personally. You’ll accept it as part of your journey to BIGG success.

You’ll keep trying – one more thing, then one more. That’s what you have to do to succeed BIGG!

And don’t forget to take a confidence booster.

It’s a numbers game

What if you knew that every time you got a “No”, you were one step closer to “Yes”?

The most celebrated authors know this. So do actors and other entertainers.

It’s also true of job seekers. And sales people. And entrepreneurs.

See “No” as a positive – it means you’re one step closer to success!

Don’t take the rejection personally

It’s them. It’s not you.

That’s our fun way of saying it’s highly unlikely that they’re rejecting YOU.

We know this isn’t easy sometimes. It’s easy to listen to that little voice that tells you that it’s all about you.

Tell it to shut up! It’s really important to do so if you’re going to benefit from the rejection.

Yeah, that’s right…you can benefit from the rejection.

Try to find out why

If you take it personally, you won’t look for the reason underlying the rejection. Then you’ll get caught in a vicious circle.

You’ll be more likely to get rejected again because you’re not learning anything from each rejection.

You want to understand why it occurred so you can answer this question:

Is the reason for the rejection something you can control?

Maybe it’s the offer.

Or the presentation.

The design.

The wording.

Their circumstances.

Or any number of other things.

If you can’t find out why, or it’s something you can’t control, keep pushing.

If you do find out and it’s something you can control, celebrate the rejection!

You can make the necessary changes and try again. It’s how you find BIGG success!

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