Well-Being

Drs. Oz & Roizen: Reinvent Your Brain

By Mehmet Oz / July 3, 2010 /

Our basic premise is: Your body is amazing. You get a do-over; it doesn’t take that long, and isn’t that hard if you know what to do. In these columns, we give you a short course in what to do. We want you to know how much control you have over your quality and length…

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Drs. Oz & Roizen: Live Longer by Slowing Down

By Mehmet Oz / May 11, 2010 /

Our basic premise is: Your body is amazing. You get a do-over; it doesn’t take that long, and isn’t that hard if you know what to do. In these columns, we give you a short course in what to do. We want you to know how much control you have over your quality and length…

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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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Drs. Oz & Roizen: Detoxify for Spring

By Mehmet Oz / March 19, 2010 /

Our basic premise is: Your body is amazing. You get a do-over; it doesn’t take that long, and isn’t that hard if you know what to do. In these columns, we give you a short course in what to do so that it becomes easy for you to do and then to teach others. Since…

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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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Dr. Wayne W. Dyer: Rewards Through Service

By SUCCESS Staff / November 2, 2009 /

Shoveling snow for neighbors and carrying their grocery bags is probably not taught as a suc

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On the Cover: Dr. Phil and Robin McGraw Share About the Heart of Their Relationship

By Amy Anderson / October 29, 2009 /

“I was 19 when we met,” Robin McGraw says, sitting next to her husband, Phil C. McGraw, on the plush sofa in his office at Paramount Studios. “I fell madly in love, and he did, too. Right, dear?” “Yes, ma’am.” Dr. Phil, as he’s known to millions of viewers on his daytime talk show, is…

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The Business of Giving: TOMS Shoes

By Mike Zimmerman / September 30, 2009 /

THE IDEA WAS GENIUS, really. Blake Mycoskie, at the time best known for a 2002 stint on the reality show The Amazing Race, was looking to start something. He’d already started half a dozen businesses, from laundry to billboards, but nothing had inspired him. Mycoskie wanted to inspire. Add to the world, not take from…

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Louise Hay: Personal Development Pioneer

By SUCCESS Staff / August 31, 2009 /

She’s been crowned the “Queen of the New Age” and named the “Doyenne

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Drs. Oz & Roizen: The Second Most Important Number

By Mehmet Oz / August 14, 2009 /

What we are excited about today is your blood pressure. A new survey (we tell you about it below) reminded us of how important blood pressure is, so let us remind you: Your blood pressure is the second most important number for you to know (your spouse’s birthday is No. 1). Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) and…

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