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3 Leadership Tips for Guiding Others from an Army Surgeon

3 Leadership Tips for Guiding Others from an Army Surgeon

By Lydia Sweatt / December 3, 2021 /

Few life events are more stressful than going to war. Some military personnel fight through the worst trauma imaginable, such as gruesome combat, extreme fatigue, and the sadness (or guilt) of losing a comrade. Entrepreneurs and business leaders can learn a lot from veterans and active members in the military. These are people who, despite…

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5 Ideas for Fostering an Inclusive Workplace from Change Catalyst’s Melinda Epler

5 Ideas for Fostering an Inclusive Workplace from Change Catalyst’s Melinda Epler

By Spencer Cappelli / December 2, 2021 /

What drives a successful organization?  Increasingly, leaders in industries where diversity has long lagged behind are holding up inclusion and equity as essential in a thriving workplace.  Change Catalyst CEO and author Melina Epler is one of those people leading the charge.  As a diversity and inclusion expert, Epler has given talks for such names…

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3 Tips for Entrepreneurs Who Feel Stuck Between Their Business and Their Passion

3 Tips for Entrepreneurs Who Feel Stuck Between Their Business and Their Passion

By Ben Fairfield / December 1, 2021 /

On this week’s episode of the SUCCESS Line, I talk to Ethan, a young entrepreneur who is feeling torn between two worlds: the business he built that has given him the success he has now, and a newfound passion for thought leadership and coaching that he is eager to explore.  He wants to know, “How…

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One Meal at a Time: How Christine Ha Defied Vision Loss to Become a MasterChef

One Meal at a Time: How Christine Ha Defied Vision Loss to Become a MasterChef

By Natasha Lavender / November 30, 2021 /

When life gives you lemons, become a prize-winning chef.  The child of Vietnamese immigrants, Christine Ha taught herself to cook her parents’ native cuisine when she was in college. By then, her mother had died, and just as she was getting good in the kitchen, Christine started to lose her vision through a rare autoimmune…

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10 Ways to Finish Your Year Strong

10 Ways to Finish Your Year Strong

By SUCCESS Staff / November 30, 2021 /

Don’t let December pass you by.

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How to Let Go of Regret

How to Let Go of Regret

By Julien Saunders and Kiersten Saunders / November 29, 2021 /

Regrets are something that everyone will encounter in life, but trying to avoid them often causes additional problems. While having regrets is normal and not something to be ashamed of, it’s vital that regrets don’t run your life or prevent you from making intelligent decisions for your future. Listen to this week’s episode of the…

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Aura Meditation App Review: Thousands of Guided Meditations at Your Fingertips

Aura Meditation App Review: Thousands of Guided Meditations at Your Fingertips

By Bryan Lindenberger / November 29, 2021 /

Aura stands as one of the best meditation apps available on Google Play and the Apple App Store. But is it worth the $59.99 subscription cost?

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11 Ways to Attract Abundance in Your Life

11 Ways to Attract Abundance in Your Life

By SUCCESS Staff / November 28, 2021 /

When you build your life on the “Both!” mentality, you will see opportunities that you were once blind to.

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The Holiday Blues Are Normal—These 8 Tips from Experts Can Help You Better Manage Them

The Holiday Blues Are Normal—These 8 Tips from Experts Can Help You Better Manage Difficult Emotions

By Patty Onderko / November 27, 2021 /

The holidays can intensify feelings of loss. Here are 8 ways to make it through the season when you’re not feeling very merry and bright.

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Do These 3 Things to Get Everything You Want

Do These 3 Things to Get Everything You Want

By Lydia Sweatt / November 26, 2021 /

When most people envision real estate agents, they see a successful person with a healthy salary. But sometimes, that image doesn’t align with reality. In Tyler Whitman’s case, he made $20,000-$30,000 per year listing apartment rentals in New York City. That was in 2006, right before the Great Recession. You would never guess then that…

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