One Good Deed

By Marilynn Hood / April 19, 2011 /

On a miserably cold and rainy day in February, Nancy Lublin reached in her mailbox and pulled out an envelope. Postmarked Hollywood, Fla., a place she had never heard of, it was from a lawyer. Lublin, a first-year law student, carefully and anxiously opened the envelope. Inside she found something totally unexpected—a check made out…

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John Maxwell: Get Started

By admin / April 18, 2011 /

Someone once asked me what the value was of being an initiator, a self-starter. I told him starting is the great separator. It separates the doers from the do-nots, the haves from the have-nots, the winners from the whiners. Starting is absolutely essential for success. It’s not the last step, but the first step that…

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The Deadly Fears of Entrepreneurship

By Beth Silcox / April 17, 2011 /

Fear. It’s a shape-shifter, a gut-wrenching combatant and top-notch motivator all rolled into one. Call it an entrepreneurial bogeyman. How you respond to it makes all the difference to your success. Will you freeze and pull the covers over your head or will you be ready for anything? Sure, an uncertain economy leaves entrepreneurs with…

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Choosing Happy

By admin / April 16, 2011 /

Once upon a time, the Peanuts gang sang to us about “Happiness,” describing

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Perception is Everything

By Beth Silcox / April 14, 2011 /

You've been selling all your life.

Remember giving Dad your best

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Are You Sabotaging Your Financial Success?

By Brad Klontz / April 14, 2011 /

Markets go up and down, but one fact holds true: Your money scripts—the unconscious beliefs you hold about money—determine your financial health. People who are financially successful think very differently than those who are not. In fact, there are discernable patterns of beliefs and behaviors about money that are associated with wealth, and there are…

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From the Archives: The Coach K Difference

By admin / March 21, 2011 /

Ever heard of Mike Krzyzewski? Maybe not. How about Coach K? Ah, that rings a bell Read More

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz Spills the Beans to SUCCESS Magazine on How He Rekindled The Heart & Soul That Built The Iconic Coffee Brand

By admin / March 8, 2011 /

Lately, there’s not been a more classic example of a business leader retaking the reins of the company he founded to see it through a difficult transformation than Howard Schultz, CEO of Starbucks. Restoring Starbucks’ financial health was one thing, but maintaining its special culture was quite another. Schultz tells SUCCESS magazine, in its April…

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Building a World-Class Team

By Don Yaeger / March 7, 2011 /

Most coaches would consider leading a team to an Olympic gold medal a capper for a pretty good year. The same goes for winning an NCAA national championship. Or a FIBA world championship. Mike Krzyzewski, head coach of the Duke Blue Devils and Team USA, led teams to each of these honors… within about 24…

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Happy Days Star and Oscar-Winning Director Ron Howard Featured in “Happiness Issue” of SUCCESS Magazine

By admin / February 21, 2011 /

The January 2011 issue of SUCCESS magazine encourages people to choose happiness, as it impacts health, business and the world! Did you know that choosing happiness can create positive, lasting changes in your brain? The cover feature is on Oscar-winning director Ron Howard. Apart from his blockbuster movies and long career, Howard has a reputation…

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