Happy Days Star and Oscar-Winning Director Ron Howard Featured in "Happiness Issue" of SUCCESS Magazine
The January 2011 issue of SUCCESS magazine encourages people to choose happiness, as it impacts health, business and the world! Did you know that choosing happiness can create positive, lasting changes in your brain?
The cover feature is on Oscar-winning director Ron Howard. Apart from his blockbuster movies and long career, Howard has a reputation for being nice—which isn’t insignificant in Hollywood. Learn how he creates an environment that helps people do their best.
Much more than a pretty face with a pedigree, Ivanka Trump has proven herself to be a savvy entrepreneur. Now she’s sharing what she learned in the ultimate apprenticeship. Infomercial guru Kevin Harrington of ABC’s Shark Tank offers tips for navigating treacherous entrepreneurial waters. Learn how Jeff Bezos, Martha Stewart and Fred Smith stared down their fears, and how you can too! Plus, check out the nominees for the 2010 SUCCESS Achiever of the Year.
The SUCCESS CD inserted in each magazine features audio interviews with Shawn Achor on the happiness advantage and Kevin Harrington on acting now. Plus audio from John C. Maxwell on traits of a successful leader. The issue hits newsstands December 6. Selected articles are available on line.
About SUCCESS Magazine SUCCESS magazine is designed specifically to serve the growing entrepreneurial and small-business markets. Each month, it features personal-development thought leaders, CEOs, entrepreneurs and other achievers who offer practical advice, ideas, tips and training on leadership, goal attainment, time management, selling, motivation and more. Bound into every issue is also a free CD featuring exclusive audio compilations of success training from leading personal-achievement experts. SUCCESS is distributed on newsstands nationally. Visit www.SUCCESS.com for more information. # # #
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