Personal Development

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4 Tips for Knowing When It’s Time to Shake Up the Status Quo

By SUCCESS Staff / August 15, 2019 / 0 Comments

3 successful people give their opinion on when it’s time to make a change and switch up the status quo.

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What’s Your Plan for 2015? Ask Yourself 3 Questions

By jjimenez / December 31, 2014 / 0 Comments

Have you ever noticed that smart, successful people are usually the first to ask for help? The most financially savvy executives and entrepreneurs wouldn’t even consider submitting their taxes without the help of a trusted certified public accountant. The healthiest, most athletic people surround themselves with personal trainers and nutritionists. Why? Successful people value and…

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3 Apps to Help You Stick to Your Resolutions

By jjimenez / December 30, 2014 / 0 Comments

Nutrition Menu ($1.99) Determined to lose weight in 2015 but love buffalo wings? That’s a real pickle. A real fried pickle. When out at restaurants, this app can help you make smarter decisions, describing the nutritional stats of each menu item. Lift (Free) This achieve-anything app will help you record your goals and create a…

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SUCCESS’s Best 10 Articles You Might Have Missed in 2014

By jkrampe / December 30, 2014 / 0 Comments

Here at SUCCESS, we really strive to deliver powerful and valuable content because we know you, our readers, take full responsibility for your own success. We know you’re aspirational-minded and wholeheartedly want to improve yourselves. So that’s why we give you practical tips, traits and tactics we know you can adapt to your lives, to…

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Would You Risk Your Life to Save a Stranger?

By jjimenez / December 29, 2014 / 0 Comments

No one knew Jon Meis would be a hero that day, not even Jon Meis. The 22-year-old engineering student, who describes himself as “quiet and private,” was working as a building monitor at Seattle Pacific University on June 5, 2014, when a gunman began firing at random. Meis tackled and disarmed the shooter, which then…

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Modernizing an Industry Better Known for Tulle than Tech

By jjimenez / December 29, 2014 / 0 Comments

When you talk to Angela Proffitt, the first thing you realize is how humble she is about her accomplishments. “I’m passionate about what I do, but when I first started out, I didn’t even know what an entrepreneur was,” she says with a laugh. “It just happened!” Proffitt was working in health care when she…

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Sometimes a Tragic Tale Can Offer Inspiration…

By jjimenez / December 24, 2014 / 0 Comments

Have you ever had a book land in your lap at just the right moment? As if the universe is saying, “Here, kid, I saw this and thought of you”? The Opposite of Loneliness was exactly that sort of book for me. It may, I suspect, be that sort for a lot of us. And to think…

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Rohn: 6 Secrets for Thriving (Not Just Surviving) Through the Holidays

By jkrampe / December 23, 2014 / 0 Comments

The holiday season has officially graced us with its presence. It’s a time of celebration and bliss, and the pure magic of these December days is something I anticipate and enjoy each and every year. Related: 15 Inspiring Quotes About Giving For some, though, the holidays have lost the delight and excitement it once had. The…

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The Best Antidote to Worry

By jjimenez / December 22, 2014 / 0 Comments

Negative noise is everywhere in our society, but it’s also inside our heads. Worry is the loudest internal noise, and as a new parent, I understand how easy it is to let it creep in. I need to remember that worry is not love, and that in fact giving up worry is the most loving…

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Reading List: Feeling Smart

By jjimenez / December 20, 2014 / 0 Comments

It’s time to rethink our understanding of emotions, contends Eyal Winter, director of the Center for the Study of Rationality at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Over the past two decades, research in brain sciences, behavioral economics and game theory has yielded novel insights into how our brains process emotions. In Feeling Smart, Winter points out…

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