Cecilia Meis

Cecilia Meis
Cecilia Meis is a full-time writer and editor based in Dallas, Texas. Besides SUCCESS, her work has appeared in Time Out Dallas, Rewire, Healthline and others. Outside of work, she plays beach volleyball, attempts home cooking and is ardently working toward making her cat, Nola, Insta-famous.

6 Quick Tips for an Insanely Productive Day

By Cecilia Meis | March 28, 2016

Remember, time is money.

He Started With an Idea, a Little Convincing and a Single Truck

By Cecilia Meis | March 26, 2016

Seven years, 14 trucks and many long nights later, Corwin Smith’s business continues to grow.

17 Quotes to Help You Find Your Happiness

By Cecilia Meis | March 18, 2016

‘Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn’t arrived yet. I have just one day, today, and I’m going to be happy in it.’

Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn’t arrived yet. I have just one day, today, and I’m going to be happy in it. – See more at: https://www.success.com/article/17-quotes-to-help-you-find-your-happiness#sthash.8qRb3N4a.dpuf

27 Quotes by John Wooden to Motivate You to Be Better

By Cecilia Meis | March 15, 2016

John Wooden was arguably known as much for his wisdom off the court as he was for his ability to win championships on it. Related: Discover the Path to Greatness with John Wooden’s Pyramid of Success. The legendary UCLA men’s basketball coach and six-time national coach of the year won 10 NCAA championships in 12 years—including…

19 Inspiring Quotes From NCAA Basketball’s Greatest Coaches

By Cecilia Meis | March 11, 2016

Boost your spirit with wise words from some of March Madness’ sideline greats.

It’s Leap Day! Here Are 7 Ways to Spend Your Extra 24 Hours

By Cecilia Meis | February 29, 2016

How not to waste your bonus day

5 Tips for Developing a Strong Team

By Cecilia Meis | February 13, 2016

‘My ultimate goal is to build a company people want to work for, that strengthens them.’

20 Inspiring Quotes About Love

By Cecilia Meis | February 12, 2016

‘Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.’