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6 Types of Bosses (and How to Work for Them)

By SUCCESS Magazine | July 31, 2017

Don’t let a misunderstanding derail your career.

Hear These Middle Schoolers Recite Coach Wooden’s Definition of Success

By SUCCESS Magazine | December 1, 2016

Wooden’s legacy continues to shine through in young students.

Funny Side Up: Snapshots from Rita Davenport’s Career as a TV Host

By SUCCESS Magazine | April 11, 2013

Rita Davenport’s speech impediment made every day words difficult to say. When she described the mat

Start Small Win Big: Your Week 1 Action Plan

By SUCCESS Magazine | January 21, 2013

Editor's note: This is the first of eight installments for SUCCESS's 2nd annual Start Small Win Big entrepreneur challenge.  Welcome to the best eight weeks of your small business and welcome to Week 1! Let's get started with Step 1: Refine your elevator pitch. This week’s assignment is to prepare five pitches— one that fills…

Meeting Zig Ziglar

By SUCCESS Magazine | November 30, 2012

by Michael Levin

The next-to-last time I saw Zig Ziglar, I was one of 17,000 in attendance

Mompreneur: Her Business and Kitchen Towels Are Locked in Place

By SUCCESS Magazine | November 28, 2012 has partnered with Lifetime Moms to introduce you to some outstanding women. Last time,

‘Start Small, Win Big’ 2012 Winner Shares Lessons

By SUCCESS Magazine | October 29, 2012

Who knew this New Hampshire gal’s first trip to New York City would be an all-expense-paid trip by SUCCESS magazine for me to meet Good Morning America’s Tory Johnson? Having attended Tory’s Spark & Hustle event in Boston, I knew I was in for a treat. Her high energy and “spark” during the conference was…

A Night Dive with Sharks

By SUCCESS Magazine | September 24, 2012

by Sam Watson

Joseph McClendon: Get Happy Now

By SUCCESS Magazine | May 18, 2012

Consider this: There are some 43 muscles in the human face, most of which are controlled by the seve

Sharon Lechter: The Two Minute Rule

By SUCCESS Magazine | February 27, 2012

Financial expert Sharon Lechter explains her “Two Minute Rule” to help curb unnecessary spending.