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What Does It Take to Be a Great Leader?

Dave Logan, co-founder of CultureSync and co-author of Tribal Leadership: Leveraging Natural Groups to Build a Thriving Organization, talks with Darren Hardy about what qualities make up a good leader.

“I think leadership is something that draws the best of who you are,” he says. “And it’s also something that draws your humanity.”

Logan offers up advice for what leaders should look out for and when the best moment is to make a bold, decisive move in your business.

How a Parlor Trick Sparked Innovation

In this video, a helpful Howcast expert shows us how to remove a wine cork from an empty bottle using only a plastic bag and the air from his lungs.

This entertaining parlor trick sparked an innovative idea for Argentinian mechanic Jorge Odón, who appears in the September 2014 issue of SUCCESS. Using the same idea, Odón invented a device to simplify difficult births and subsequently changed the face of modern obstetrics.    

Find out 4 ways to ignite innovation in your life.

Sheryl Sandberg on Life After Leaning In

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg first stepped onto the TED Talks stage in 2010 to deliver a speech about how self-limiting beliefs have led to a lack of women leaders in the corporate world. That talk inspired Sandberg to author a book titled Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead

Sandberg, who was a runner-up for the 2013 SUCCESS Achiever of the Year, revisits the discussion of gender equality in the workplace and looks at the global reaction to her bestseller.

“These messages of equality, of how women are told they can’t have what men can have, how we assume that leadership is for men, how we assume that voice is for men, these affect all of us and I think they are very universal,” she says.

Learn how your own self-limiting beliefs can hamper your success.  

Avoid a Social Media Mistake with this Simple Tip

Dave Kerpen, CEO of Likeable Local and author of Likeable Social Media, Revised and Expanded: How to Delight Your Customers, Create an Irresistible Brand, and Be Amazing on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, and More, offers a simple tip to avoid a social media misstep during this talk with Darren Hardy.

“You do have to remember that everything on the Internet is recorded forever,” he says. “Even things that you think are private; they’re not private.”

Watch this clip for Kerpen’s simple approach to making sure you put your best foot forward in today’s rapidly changing online world. 

4 Ways to Help You Embrace Change

Steve Rizzo, personal development expert and SUCCESS blogger, encourages us to embrace change instead of just accepting it. He shares his personal inspiration and gives four tips to help us welcome changes in our own lives.   

“Change comes into your life in one [of] two ways: either by choice or by circumstances beyond your control. Either way, when it happens, you have to be able to do more than just accept change.”

Check out Rizzo’s advice on how to laugh more and stress less. 


How 20,000 Rabid Fans Gave a Referee His Million-Dollar Idea

Jul 28, 2014 -- The Fox 40 whistle’s founder shows why you should ignore the critics and never give up. more

Beyond 'Lean In': Women’s Startup Lab CEO on the Hito Rule

Jul 28, 2014 -- Ari Horie urges SXSW’s entrepreneurship crowd in Las Vegas to bet on themselves. more

6 Insights on How to Be a Change-Maker

Jul 28, 2014 -- Bits of wisdom from groundbreaking entrepreneurs and idealists in speeches, books and interviews more

An Entrepreneurial Approach to Giving Back

Jul 27, 2014 -- California entrepreneur Michael Ross’s favorite projects are those that serve his business, his customers and the greater good. more

What’s the Deal With Jerry Seinfeld?

Jul 26, 2014 -- Comedian hints at Netflix arrival of 'Seinfeld' seasons more