The Compound Effect

By Darren Hardy / May 7, 2010 /

If you’ve ever heard the story of the tortoise and the hare, you know the expression, “Slow and steady wins the race.” Ladies and gentlemen, I’m the tortoise. Give me enough time, and I will beat virtually anybody, anytime, in any competition. Why? Not because I’m the best or the smartest or the fastest. I’ll…

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Eker: Grow Yourself to Grow Your Wealth

By T. Harv Eker / April 6, 2010 /

What’s in your field of focus? Are you focused on o

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SUCCESS Magazine Gathers Pillars Of Personal Achievement Industry To Honor Jim Rohn

By Jim Rohn / March 21, 2010 /

On February 6th, friends and personal development legends gathered in Anaheim, Calif. to celebrate the life and legacy of Jim Rohn, renowned leader and foremost business philosopher, who passed away in December 2009. The event was attended by more than 1,300 people whose lives have been impacted by the wisdom of Jim Rohn.   Hosted…

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Eva Longoria: Hardly Desperate as Actress, Producer and Restaurateur

By Mike Zimmerman / February 1, 2010 /

Sometimes the most successful people hide in plain sight, not necessarily underestimated—they have serious achievements, after all—but definitely thought of as successful only in a certain way. That’s Eva Longoria Parker. Most folks think of her as Gabrielle Solis on ABC’s Desperate Housewives, one of the funniest and sauciest characters in a show full of…

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SUCCESS in Retrospect

By Sandra Bienkowski / January 15, 2010 /

1. Stop avoiding failure. “Failure is often necessary for real learning to occur. If you didn’t get the results you want, learn from the experience so that you reference how to make better decisions the next time around. Too many people want to avoid any hint of a problem. But overcoming obstacles is what gives…

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Seize the Day

By admin / July 23, 2009 /

Laura Stack, productivity expert, knows what it takes to capitalize on opportunity. Follow these tips so you are prepared when that door opens–and then you can walk through to the side of success. 1. Leverage your strengths. Use every available tool, including assets, experience, skill sets, specialized knowledge and relationships. Recruit others who can fill…

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Children and the Economy

By Sandra Bienkowski / May 28, 2009 /

It's hard escaping the bad news about the economy, right? Your children are exposed to t

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1-on-1: Get Ahead

By Jim Rohn / March 5, 2009 /

The Experts Up Close Denis Waitley is a productivity consultant on human achievement and the best-selling author of Seeds of Greatness. Waitley has coached astronauts, Super Bowl champions and Olympic athletes. Jim Rohn is a legendary motivational speaker and business philosopher. He has numerous best-selling audio programs and books, including The Five Major Pieces to…

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Winning Friends and Influencing People

By Todd Eliason / February 3, 2009 /

Act enthusiastic, smile, become genuinely interested in other people, and don’t criticize, condemn or complain. When Dale Carnegie put those simple principles in a book called How to Win Friends and Influence People, he not only became a guru to millions of people the world over, he made publishing history. Since its first publication in…

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How I Do It – Vic Johnson

By Vic Johnson / December 2, 2008 /

Vic Johnson is a best-selling author, speaker and self-described infopreneur. His recent book, Day by Day with James Allen, has sold more than 60,000 copies worldwide. Johnson also is an expert on goal-setting; he co-founded The Champions Club, an international group of goal achievers, and founded a goal-setting portal and blog called Goals2Go. He also…

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