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Tiny Leaps, Big Changes with Gregg Clunis

3 Key Points in this Episode:

  1. What it takes to shift your behavior.
  2. How genetics and your environment impact us.
  3. How you can inspire others by making changes.

Show Notes:


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Bio of Today’s Guest

We all want to be successful in business and more importantly in life and that requires hard work and sometimes making big changes. If you have ever struggled to make those big changes this episode is for you.

Today we are welcoming back Mr. Gregg Clunis. Gregg was a guest on episode 22 where we here his story and his teaching moment was about changing behavior. In today’s episode, he will be expanding on this subject and we will talk about his book Tiny Leaps, Big Changes which he has now published.

Here is my interview with Mr. Gregg Clunis.

You can read the first chapter of Gregg’s book Tiny Leaps, Big Changes by going to

Key Take Away

The key takeaway from today’s episode is that we must take consistent small steps that will result in making big changes. Genetics and environment play a huge role, but we can still be successful and when we are, we can inspire others. 

Next Episode

Next episode we are going to talk about why managers need to watch what they say.

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