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George Krueger and Mary-Lynn Foster are the co-founders of BIGG Success, your place for entreprenurturing(TM). They also co-host "BIGG Success in a Minute," a syndicated radio show now playing on stations around the United States.

Articles by: George and Mary-Lynn

Expose Yourself for Success as an Entrepreneur

We reached our conclusion after reading the transcript of a speech about getting rich. It was delivered by scientist, professor and author Jared Diamond at the Museum of Natural History in New York. He talked about a natural experiment that highlights the cost of isolation. The Read More

Everything Is Marketing but Marketing Is Not Everything

Do you sell products or services? Or do you promote a brand? For the most successful small businesses, it’s the latter. They realize that it’s the way to capture mind share with customers and prospects. Everything is marketing If you want to be one of them, Read More

Are You a Two-Faced Entrepreneur?

“Find your passion.” It’s a popular piece of advice these days, which fits our generation of entrepreneurs. You spend most of your time at work. You might as well love it. “Don’t get emotional about business. It clouds the judgment.” This is a quote from Gordon Read More

Don’t Get Hooked on the Silent Killer

A person can become addicted to a number of things, from drugs and alcohol to sex and gambling. Any of them can destroy your life. People will witness the damage being done, right before their eyes. If you’re lucky, they care for you enough to confront Read More

The Most Destructive Distraction

What’s the single, most destructive distraction on your path to success? This may surprise you. It’s not social media or the Internet. It’s not your phone or your e-mail. Nor is it music, TV, YouTube videos or games. So what is it? It’s worry. Worry keeps Read More

Does Your Business Control You?

If you’re a business owner, you’ve probably heard: You should work on your business, not just in your business. It’s a catchy phrase. It sounds simple enough. However, it creates frustration for a lot of small business owners. They already have too much to do. How can Read More

A Trick for More Stable Cash Flow

It turns out we haven’t evolved much after all. Research shows we view risk much like our pre-historic ancestors. We analyze it two ways – logically and emotionally. Most of the time, we instantly use the second way – our feelings. It’s just how our brain Read More

Setting Goals to Skyrocket Your Success

“Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed.”  ~ Neil Armstrong These words were spoken on July 20, 1969 as three men – Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins – landed a spacecraft on the moon for the first time. They had launched their mission Read More

A Business with No Expenses

We find that accountants often lead us entrepreneurs astray. They make us classify outlays of cash as investments or expenses. But small business owners can’t afford expenses. They have to view expenses by their true nature: They are investments. An accounting phenomenon When you purchase inventory Read More

Entrepreneurs and the Hero’s Complex

We recently caught the movie Kiss the Girls. Morgan Freeman plays Alex Cross, a detective and forensic psychologist whose niece went missing. Foul play was suspected. It was feared that she was in the hands of a serial kidnapper, who “collected’ young women. Detective Cross tried Read More
 
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