Need to get inspired? Gather inspiration from the late Jim Rohn, the legendary motivational speaker and author, whose words are an inspiration to millions. Also learn the origins of inspiration, what researchers believe is the key to finding it and how one reader used an inspirational moment to change his life.
Josh and Shelby let the F-words fly. Why the F-word we fear most―failure―is actually a great indicator of success. Plus, author Todd Duncan shares the darkest moment in his life when he was jobless, broke and lost his wife to cancer. He reveals the one thing that kept him going.
Make your daily commute more productive with these 12 tips. We tested Marie Kondo’s “KonMari” method of organization that everyone’s talking about. Writer Melissa Balmain shares the secret to really making it work and why everything you know about folding clothes is wrong. Productivity is a term we’re all familiar with—an elusive term…
3 tips for being more likable at work. Josh and Shelby channel Dr. Drew “Loveline” to discuss relationship faux pas they’ve made. Plus, a SUCCESS reader who’s been married 20 times and says you should follow this piece of advice.
How to break bad habits (and beat a Diet Coke addiction) by making this change. Josh and Shelby share tips for dealing with personal criticism. Wisdom from Nelson Mandela: “There is nothing like returning to a place that remains unchanged to find the ways in which you yourself have altered.”
Interview with designer and CEO Kendra Scott about the hot jewelry brand she built from $500 and why she’ll never make one particular entrepreneur mistake again. The hosts go back to their college days and share 21 things they wish they knew when they were age 21. Scott built her business from a spare…
Sneak peek of the new official podcast of SUCCESS magazine and SUCCESS.com. Meet the hosts Josh Ellis and Shelby Skrhak and hear why SUCCESS is starting a weekly podcast. Plus, learn what you can expect as a listener.
Susan Lacke is a writer, editor, and adventure junkie from Salt Lake City. In addition to contributing to SUCCESS, Lacke writes about endurance sports for Competitor Running and Triathlete magazines and is working on her first book with VeloPress Publishing. Despite near-constant exposure to the world’s fastest athletes, her own run speed remains mediocre.