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Look Here for Your Last-Minute Gift Ideas

If you’re in the market for some very last-minute gift ideas, don’t fret! Financial advice guru Suze Orman is here with her list of fiscally responsible do’s and don’ts for the holidays.

“Give them cash! Give them cash!” she says. “They won’t lose it!”

What are you giving this year?

Read more holiday business tips.

Why Hope Isn’t Enough for Success

Got a good idea? It’s not enough to hope for it, says Jim Rohn. You’ve got to go out and search for a way to make it reality.

“Ideas are not reserved for those that hope; they’re not reserved for those that wish; they’re not reserved for those that complain,” Rohn says. “Good ideas are reserved for those that search.”

What’s the first step in your search?

Remember that nothing is impossible—just ask Jim Rohn. 

Michael Keaton and Jimmy Kimmel Talk SUCCESS

Jimmy Kimmel, our August 2014 cover guy, sat down with Michael Keaton to discuss work ethic, family ties and SUCCESS.

“My dad almost always worked two jobs. Your work ethic is crazy,” Keaton says to Kimmel. “You’re really loyal to your folks and it’s really admirable.”

Listen for Kimmel’s tongue-in-cheek explanation for why he opened up to SUCCESS.

Check out our August article on Jimmy Kimmel, the hardest-working man in show business.

3 Words to Steer Your Life, from Maya Angelou

In this video, the late Maya Angelou offers us three little words that guided her through a lifetime of difficult decisions, courtesy of her grandmother: Just do right.

“I can almost hear her voice say, ‘Now Sister, you know what’s right,’ ” Angelou says. “ ‘Just do right.’ ”

What decision are you facing, and what direction do Angelou’s words take you?

Read more about Maya Angelou and 24 other legends in personal development.

The Story behind the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Over the summer, people from more than 100 countries poured buckets of ice water over their heads in an effort to bring attention to ALS, a neurological disorder characterized by nerve degeneration, paralysis, and eventually death. In this video, Nancy Frates tells the story of her 29-year-old son, Pete, the man behind the movement that has raised $125 million to support the search for a cure.

As a deeply positive person, Pete chose to see his ALS diagnosis as an opportunity instead of an obstacle. 

“[Pete] said, ‘There will be no wallowing, people,’ ” his mother says. “He goes, ‘We’re not looking back; we’re looking forward. What an amazing opportunity we have to change the world.’ ”

Did you participate in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge? Post a link to your video below!

Read about how Michael J. Fox has fought to overcome his own medical challenges.


Need a Burst of Creativity? Get Up and Get Walking

Dec 25, 2014 -- Why strolling helps generate fresh perspectives and new ideas more

Answer 6 Questions to Reveal Your Life Purpose

Dec 25, 2014 -- Deep down inside, you know what you most love to do and how you can make your mark on the world. Get ready for some soul-searching. more

The 6 Quotes that Motivated Me Out of the Projects

Sometimes a Tragic Tale Can Offer Inspiration...

Dec 24, 2014 -- A 22-year-old motivates readers from beyond the grave. more

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