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How to Live a Worthwhile Life

In the eyes of the late Jim Rohn, there is one surefire way to live a meaningful life: You have to try.

“Life is worthwhile if you try. Give it every effort,” he says. “So don’t be afraid to try, don’t be afraid to fail, don’t be afraid to make a mistake because that could be the greatest period of learning.”

What did you think of Rohn’s secret to success? Tell us in the comment section below!

Find out why Jim Rohn says nothing is impossible. 

Meet Estella Pyfrom and Her Brilliant Bus

Posted: 
Friday, December 26th 2014

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.

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Don’t Cringe at Critiques… Eat Them for Breakfast

Modernizing an Industry Better Known for Tulle than Tech

Dec 29, 2014 -- How an entrepreneur said ‘I do’ to a paperless process, revolutionizing the wedding and events business more

Would You Risk Your Life to Save a Stranger?

Dec 29, 2014 -- A car crashes. A purse is stolen. A man faints. What makes some people ordinary heroes—complete strangers who step up to help—while others idle on the sidelines? more

SUCCESS Foundation: Setting Goals Down Under

Dec 28, 2014 -- Australian girls find SUCCESS for Teens fun and illuminating. more

Reading List: The Best Books of 2014

Dec 27, 2014 -- From this year’s 60 reviews, we’ve chosen 9 standout titles. more