Scott Barry Kaufman on Living a Creative Lifestyle

By ghughes / June 9, 2016 /

Author and creativity expert Scott Barry Kaufman says creativity is fundamental to human nature. Contrary to popular belief, creativity “allows us to reconcile the seemingly incompatible parts of our lives and make meaning of the world around us,” Kaufman tells SUCCESS.com’s Shelby Skrhak. In this science-packed interview, discover the difference between genius and everyday creativity,…

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Peter Diamandis on Creating Abundance

Peter Diamandis on Creating Abundance

By ghughes / June 2, 2016 /

What could you accomplish if you had 700 years to live? Peter Diamandis, one of the world’s biggest dreamers (and doers), fundamentally believes there isn’t a problem that can’t be solved. For him, a longer, healthier lifespan is not only possible, but inevitable. He is an international pioneer in the fields of innovation, incentive competition…

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Barbara Corcoran on Life as an Entrepreneur

By ghughes / May 12, 2016 /

The entrepreneurial life is not an easy one. But Barbara Corcoran is the first to say the sacrifice is worth the benefit. Before she was a successful business woman, an investor on ABC’s Shark Tank and mother of two, Corcoran had held 20 different jobs and started The Corcoran Group with just $1,000. It seems…

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Guy Fieri on Living With Intensity

By Michael Garrett / May 5, 2016 /

You might not know his story, but you would certianly recognize Guy Fieri on the strett. The Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives host, with his spikey blond hair, white sunglasses and obvious culinary passion, has taken the food (and now wine) industry by storm. Don’t let his booming voice and outgoing nature fool you; Fieri’s success…

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Amanda Enayati on Finding Pockets of Joy

By Michael Garrett / April 14, 2016 /

You’ve hear it before: Stress is the enemy. But author, columnist, communications strategist and stress expert Amanda Enayati disagrees. Enayati has seen her fair share of stressful events in her life: She fled her home country of Iran when she was just a kid. She witnessed the 9/11 attacks just 20 blocks away from her West Village neighborhood. She’s a breast cancer survivor. And she’s used those events to fuel her scientific study of stress. In her interview with SUCCESS.com’s Shelby Skrhak, Enayati talks about stress and how—quite literally—it’s all in our minds. She explains the different types of stress and how to find pockets of joy to boost your mood throughout the day.

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Mel Robbins on Changing Your Life in 5 Seconds

By Michael Garrett / April 7, 2016 /

Did you know it takes only five second to change your life? Serial entrepreneur, business coach, speaker, author, and award-winning radio and TV show host Mel Robbins speaks often about the concept of the Five-Second Rule. She’s a frequent CNN Commentator; her public TED Talk, “How to Stop Screwing Yourself Over,” has 5 million views and growing; and she wrote the book Stop Saying You’re Fine. Robbins travels the world empowering people to improve their lives. How? By closing the gap between knowing what needs to be done and actually doing it. In this interview, Shelby Skrhak, SUCCESS.com’s director of digital content, digs into the concept of taking action.

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Kevin O’Leary on Being Able to Handle the Truth

By Michael Garrett / March 10, 2016 /

Millionaire entrepreneur Kevin O’Leary is known for his ruthless and outspoken opinions on ABC’s entrepreneurial reality show Shark Tank. Known as “Mr. Wonderful” to viewers, O’Leary’s success story started where most do—with a simple idea. From his basement, he launched Softkey, an education software company, and later sold it for a whopping $3.7 billion. True…

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Kendra Scott on Building a Family Friendly Business

By Michael Garrett / March 3, 2016 /

Fashion is a business where success is as fleeting as the newest fad. Yet, Kendra Scott, who started her jewelry business with $500 and a spare bedroom, has taken the industry by storm. SUCCESS staffer Paige Dungan sat down witih Scott to discuss how she keeps family and philanthropy at the center of her multimillion-dollar company.

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Jimmie Johnson on Steering a Team and a Career to Success

By Michael Garrett / February 4, 2016 /

Jimmie Johnson knows that success isn’t just a one-person show. The six-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion relies on each member of his team to play a vital role. Johnson talks with SUCCESS magazine about speed, growth and the importance of ­teamwork.

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Lori Greiner on Being a Hero Not a Zero

By Michael Garrett / January 14, 2016 /

 Lori Greiner is “the warm-blooded shark” on the hit ABC show Shark Tank. A prolific inventor of retail products, Greiner built her empire from the ground up through old-fashioned elbow grease and willpower. Greiner spreads her knowledge by investing in entrepreneurs whom she sees as potential heroes.

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