Larry Alton

Larry Alton
Larry Alton is a professional blogger, writer and researcher who contributes to a number of reputable online media outlets and news sources, including Entrepreneur.com, HuffingtonPost.com and Business.com, among others. In addition to journalism, technical writing and in-depth research, he’s also active in his community and spends weekends volunteering with a local nonprofit literacy organization and rock climbing. Follow him on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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Want to Be Successful? Do These 7 Things in Your Spare Time

By Larry Alton | September 6, 2017

Replace your less productive habits with more beneficial ones to succeed as an entrepreneur.

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6 Tips to Rule the Art of Conversation

By Larry Alton | April 12, 2017

How to talk to anybody, anywhere, anytime

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7 Wealthy Mentalities of Successful People

By Larry Alton | June 21, 2016

There are no substitutes if you want to accomplish your lofty goals.

7 Practical Tips to Achieve a Positive Mindset

7 Practical Tips to Achieve a Positive Mindset

By Larry Alton | June 7, 2016

How to prioritize your mental well-being

The Subtle but Powerful Link Between Food and Success

By Larry Alton | January 18, 2016

What you put into your mouth each day could make the difference between a highly productive, fast-paced lifestyle and a slow, listless one.

Twitter Was Almost Named Jitter

By Larry Alton | December 17, 2015

The 5 characteristics of a good business name—and how to name yours so it’s successful, too

7 Shortcuts to Work Smarter, Not Harder

By Larry Alton | November 3, 2015

They say you can do anything if you just work hard. Well, they’re wrong.

Education & Experience Don’t Guarantee Success—Attitude & Habits Do

By Larry Alton | June 24, 2015

Professional success is a culmination of many factors. Your education matters—maybe not as much as you think, but a degree in your field can really jump-start your progress. Your experience certainly matters, but that can only come to you after years of dedication. Your talent matters, too, but aside from skills (which develop from experience)…