We’ve compiled all the Think BIG resources into a simple newsletter for your convenience…in case you’ve been too caught up.
Download the entire compilation HERE or read on for snippets of the Playbook: Think BIG.
From the first part of the Think BIG series, It’s That Time of the Year to Think BIG!, we featured:
- an article from Forbes by Dorie Clark in 2014 on How to Think Big, in Work and Life where she extracted 4 main principles from Michael Port’s book – The Think Big Manifesto.
- a T-H-I-N-K-B-I-G video by Dr. Benjamin Solomon Carson.
- a list to help you remember the people around you in Fulfilling Personal Duties.
Then, from the 2nd part of the series, A Champion or A Clown?, we brought you inspirational clips by:
- Olga Valentinovna Korbut – Mother of Modern Gymnastics.
- William Hung in Turning Failure into Success
Taken from the third part of the series in Listen, Think BIG and Build Your Future, we recommended three outstanding gentlemen to fuel your journey:
In the newsletter, which we’ve called it Playbook: Think BIG, we’ve also made a simple introduction about what we do best as a content writing & publishing house.
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Finally, download the entire compilation as one easy-to-read and digest newsletter HERE.
We hope you enjoy this series of Think BIG. May it spur you to greater heights and loftier achievements than you’ve ever set for yourself. We’ll be right back in November for an entirely new series to keep you motivated so stay tuned!
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