Josh Ellis

Josh Ellis
Josh Ellis is the editor in chief for SUCCESS magazine. Before joining SUCCESS in 2012, he was an accomplished digital and print sportswriter, working for the Dallas Cowboys Star magazine, the team’s gameday program, and DallasCowboys.com. Originally from Longview, Texas, he began writing for his hometown newspaper at 16.

The Future Is Yours

The Future Is Yours to Decide and Create

By Josh Ellis | March 5, 2019

Welcome to The Empowered Issue of SUCCESS, an entire edition that has been inspired by and created for women.

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The Perfect Breakfast Shortcut for People in a Rush

By Josh Ellis | January 5, 2019

There’s just not time for breakfast when you’re in the kinds of rushes I find myself in, but it’s the most important meal of the day. Here’s my solution.

The Good News About First Impressions

By Josh Ellis | December 14, 2018

A study shows first impressions are often better than you think.

New Year, New You: Are You Ready?

By Josh Ellis | December 4, 2018

This issue of SUCCESS—with its “New Year, New You” theme—is devoted to helping you achieve lasting results all your own.

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Step Into Your Best Future With the Power of Choice

By Josh Ellis | October 2, 2018

Don’t let anyone or anything determine your future.

What Is Success?

By Josh Ellis | August 1, 2018

Here’s your answer to life’s biggest question.

Life Is Change

By Josh Ellis | July 31, 2018

How we deal with it plots our course.

To Be Successful, You Must Always Keep Growing

By Josh Ellis | February 7, 2018

You only get one chance to experience this crazy, beautiful ride called life.

Shawn Achor on the Secret to Reaching Big Potential

By Josh Ellis | January 18, 2018

Making a career out of happiness sounds like a dream, right?

David Vobora on Pushing Past Limitations

By Josh Ellis | January 4, 2018

Vobora speaks with SUCCESS editor-in-chief Josh Ellis about training athletes, people with disabilities and American veterans, and sheds light on how an addiction to painkillers nearly destroyed his life.