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Founding Father of Fitness

By admin / May 5, 2009 /

You’re going to have to slow down
and talk louder, son,” says

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Earl Nightingale’s Greatest Discovery

By admin / March 31, 2009 /

Earl Nightingale’s 17-year quest for the secret of success ended one night in 1950, when

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Your Personal Best – Polar Explorer Tom Avery

By admin / March 30, 2009 /

“We have been trying to hack our way through ice rubble for two days now. There are to

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1-on-1: Clearing Mental Hurdles

By admin / March 12, 2009 /

The Experts Up Close
Keith Harrell is a speaker, best-selling author and

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The Original Positive Thinker

By admin / February 25, 2009 /

Norman Vincent Peale, the father of positive thinking, still inspires us today. Below are helpful tips from Peale to keep you thinking positively: “When you wholeheartedly adopt a with-all-your-heart attitude and go all out with the positive principle, you can do incredible things.” “Go forward confidently, energetically attacking problems, expecting favorable outcomes.” “When you become…

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Bob Greene: Finding Your Best Self

By admin / February 3, 2009 /

Many of the people who read SUCCESS have achieved great things in their professional lives. They often find, however, that great success in one area of their lives has nothing to do with whether they are controlling their weight. Struggles with weight often don’t discriminate. The reality is that 95 to 97 percent of all…

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Your Choices Determine Your Happiness

By admin / January 14, 2009 /

The quality of our lives is determined by the choices we make: which career path we take, which partner we choose, the lifestyle we embrace. Just as you have the responsibility and the power to make choices about your wardrobe, your relationships or the car you drive, you have the same responsibility and power to…

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Eat to Look Lean

By admin / January 12, 2009 /

When it comes to eating to look lean, there are really only three questions that need answers; What, When and How Much. What Each of your meals needs to include all three of the following components: Lean quality protein to repair and regenerate all the cells and tissues in the body (ex: chicken, turkey, fish,…

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Lunch for Two?

By admin / December 19, 2008 /

There has never been a better time to reach out and connect than right now. The dynamic of our society, and particularly our economy, will increasingly be defined by interdependence and interconnectivity. In other words, the more everything becomes connected to everything and everyone else, the more we begin to depend on whom and what…

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Reinvent Your Health

By admin / December 12, 2008 /

SUCCESS fitness experts offer their vital strategies on how to be a whole new you in the

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