One of the books I read this summer discussed the training of the US Marines and other military branches on “the Big Why.” Soldiers are trained to clearly understand, before anything else begins, their big why. 669 more words
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When tackling a big change… it is CRUCIAL that you find your BIG WHY and help it align with who you are.
For most of us, even positive change can be very uncomfortable and many people stay stuck in painful patterns because they haven’t found a way to tie the changes they WANT to make to their values and who they are fundamentally. 890 more words
Like many budding investors, I was first “bitten” by the investing bug many, many moons ago after reading Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What the rich teach their kids about wealth that the poor and middle class do not! 197 more words
Oftentime, in the business world, we’ll attend conferences about “how to be a better salesperson” (said in my deep gruff voice). One of the main questions they ask us to answer for ourselves is, “What is your BIG WHY?” What are the Top 3 Reasons you want to succeed at your business? 82 more words