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Greatest Consumer Good Entrepreneurs of All Time

By admin / May 6, 2008 /

Estée Lauder 1908-2004 It’s not that the queen of cosmetics, Estée Lauder, didn’t trust others to do the dirty work; she just loved her company so much she insisted on getting her hands dirty with every little detail. Starting with skin creams concocted by her chemist uncle, she sold the products at beauty shops and…

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7 Ways to Find Time for Fitness

By Bill Phillips / May 6, 2008 /

The reason it's so hard to get, and stay, in great shape is because we are all just so incr

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Wolfgang Puck on Cooking Up an Empire

By SUCCESS Staff / May 5, 2008 /

Before he became a household name with a multi-million dollar culinary empire, Wolfgang Puck was

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Going for Gold in Life

By Denis Waitley / May 5, 2008 /

In Beijing this summer we’ll see those five brilliant, interlocking Olympic rings on flags

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Business Branson Style

By Lisa Ocker / April 30, 2008 /

Billionaire entrepreneur Richard Branson got an early leg-up with a loan from his aunt. Still in his teens, he already had a few ventures that had gone south—growing Christmas trees that were eaten by rabbits and raising parakeets with reproduction rates that far outpaced demand. But he felt good about this latest venture. And things…

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5 Ways to Keep Your Words from Sabotaging Your Success

By Valorie Burton / April 2, 2008 /

Success often comes to those who know what to say, when to say it and how to say it. And those

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Making the Choice Not to Worry

By Paul J. Meyer / March 31, 2008 /

More damage is done by worrying than by what is being worried about. This is because 90 percent

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Listening for the Total Message

By Paul J. Meyer / March 27, 2008 /

Did you know that you can think faster than anyone can talk? Most people speak at approximately

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Concentrate on Personal Success

By Paul J. Meyer / March 27, 2008 /

The next time you watch a baseball game, notice how intently the pitcher stares at the catcher b

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Communicate Authentically with Others

By Paul J. Meyer / March 27, 2008 /

Authentic communicators are people who project open-mindedness, understanding, and confidence. T

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