8th January, 2015 BACK TO ALL PODCASTS

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This week we’re talking about the magic of thinking big – inspired by the book of the same name.

As Donald Trump famously said, “You have to think anyway, so why not think big?” As it’s the time of year when many of us are setting out our goals and priorities for the year ahead, we thought this was the perfect time to air this episode.

You really need to listen to the full episode to understand why we think this book is so important, but some of the ideas we discussed are:

  • How when you believe “I can do it”, the “how to do it” develops
  • How belief is the essential ingredient of every successful person
  • Why it’s imperative that you rid yourself of excuses
  • Some very easy but subtly powerful ways to think big
  • A checklist for making sure your thinking supports your big goals
  • What it means to “go first class”, and why it’s important
  • How to use goals to help you grow

There’s a lot in there, but we still recommend that you buy the book so the lessons fully sink in – we could only touch on some of the ideas in there. You can buy the book on Amazon here.

We also mentioned our free goal setting course – and in fact, you can check out our full library of free video courses here.

Resource of the week

Ray Dalio is worth $14 billion, so what he has to say about money is probably worth listening to. He’s put together a half-hour video that explains “how the economic machine works” – and Rob B says it’s the best thing about economics that he’s ever watched. As economics is something that affects all of us when we’re making investments, you can file this under must-watch.

Watch the video here

Join the conversation

Are there any ideas from The Magic Of Thinking Big that you’ll be trying to implement this year?

What shifts have you made in your own thinking (big or small) that have helped you to get better results?

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