An introduction to Darren Hardy and his insight into small, yet significant changes we can all make to create Big Change in our professional and personal lives.
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“Darren Hardy is the visionary force behind SUCCESS magazine as its Publisher and Founding Editor. As a business leader in the success industry for two decades, Darren has had unique and unfettered access to the most successful people on the planet, including Richard Branson, Steve Jobs, Warren Buffet, Donald Trump, Howard Schultz, Charles Schwab, Jeff Bezos and many more. He has uncovered the secrets to their success and now reveals them to us.”
Wow! Pretty impressive, eh?
You may not think that reading about, or following, such a professional, successful publisher/speaker can help you meet your fundraising goals. However, we at Big Change get inspiration from all kinds of sources.
In his book, The Compound Effect, Darren points out various roadblocks that we all face when trying to reach a goal (any goal, be it money, health, relationship….). He then gives insight, tips, and tools to overcome these barriers. Most of them are quite obvious and we might even all say “Duh!”. But when you look at his message, it is simple and relevant.
We especially like this passage from the book – it really spoke to us regarding fundraising and volunteers:
“Most people don’t have a problem starting. Everybody easily gets excited, joins, signs-up, starts and begins. Millions of people make New Year’s resolutions, start diet programs, join gyms, buy personal development books, go to seminars, hire coaches, etc., but their life doesn’t change. Because success is not defined by how you start, but by how you continue… over a long period of time. “
It is his passion to help – to pass forward to those who will listen, his simple, yet powerful ideas for achieving success. In that effort, Darren has started a project called DarrenDaily. For those who subscribe (it’s FREE!), first thing every morning you receive videos, audios, success tips, tools, or insights that have been specially designed for the program. The content is consumable in under 3 minutes and actionable in under 2.
Just a few simple, basic changes in behavior – done consistently over time – will earn you the success you deserve.
His latest Darren Daily is about Giving Back.