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inage of a checkered flag with the blog post title: 4 Steps to Reach Your Goal Faster

4 Steps to Reach Your Goal Faster

inage of a checkered flag with the blog post title: 4 Steps to Reach Your Goal Faster

This show is inspired by the Indy 500. We think the racing world offers some insights into how you can reach your goal faster!

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

Horsepower equals speed to race car drivers. Generally speaking, the higher the horsepower of a car, the faster it will go.

When you’re trying to get the checkered flag in your profession, it pays to rev up your horsepower.

Let’s go to The Professor’s Whiteboard for 4 steps to reach your goal faster…

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3 Tips On Leading From Where You Are

3 Tips on Leading From Where You Are

3 Tips On Leading From Where You Are

It’s graduation season and every year there are great commencement speeches. We’ve talked about this before on the show including speeches from Tom Hanks to Steve Jobs to name a few.

Today we’ll share another inspiring story told at a recent graduation.

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

Former Nebraska football coach, athletic director and Congressperson, Tom Osborne, gave the keynote address for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s 2021 graduating class.

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image of woman looking at watch on arm with blog title: 3 Ways to Stop Waiting for the Right Time

3 Ways to Stop Waiting for the Right Time

image of woman looking at watch on arm with blog title: 3 Ways to Stop Waiting for the Right Time

Waiting for the right time to go after a BIGG goal often leads to inaction. Use these tips to stop waiting and start moving.

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

This topic was inspired by a verse in the Bible:

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Professional woman sitting at desk with the blog post title: 3 Tips for a More Fulfilling Career blog post image

3 Tips for a More Fulfilling Career

Professional woman sitting at desk with the blog post title: 3 Tips for a More Fulfilling Career blog post image

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

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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