Richard Branson, the “Bad Boy of Business,” graces the cover of the August 2012 issue of SUCCESS. The loveably outrageous head of the Virgin conglomerate opens up about his leadership style and his much, much larger mission.
Learn to “Punch Up Your Presentations” using online tools—many of them free! Charlene Oldham tells you how to take your presentations from drab to fab. In “Develop a Leader’s Mind,” Daniel Amen, M.D., discusses how to get a competitive advantage with brain excellence. Take care of this vital organ and enjoy continued peak performance.
When it comes to life lessons, actress Edie Falco wastes nothing—whether it’s the opportunity to learn from addiction battles like her character in the show “Nurse Jackie,” insights about love gained from her dog . . . or even a kitchen.
Plus, with tips from the leaders of Zappos.com, Southwest Airlines and Disney, learn how a great customer experience yields repeat business and referrals. Actor Matthew Modine shows how small actions can have a big impact on pollution. Former Dial Corporation President and CEO Herb Baum emphasizes the importance of honest, open leadership. And much more!
The SUCCESS CD inserted in each magazine features innovators who share their inside secrets to being the leader you are capable of becoming. New York Times best-selling author Daniel Amen, M.D., says he suffers from brain envy. By the end of his discussion with Darren Hardy, you’ll have a bit of brain envy, too! Internet marketing leader Frank Kern shares some of his more unconventional strategies for helping you become a pioneer in your industry. Generational expert and SUCCESS columnist Jason Dorsey is back to discuss ideas about the best way to work with and maximize the productivity of the Gen Y team members in your business. And John C. Maxwell continues his discussion on the five levels of leadership.