rich & REGULAR with Julien and Kiersten Saunders
Not rich and famous. rich & REGULAR. Sure, it would be great to be famous. But there’s a lot you can do on your income if you’re smart about it. SUCCESS Money Editors Kiersten and Julien Saunders give out the tips and tricks but also dive deeper into the concepts behind wise money management.
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Whether you’re in debt or trying to climb your way out of debt, shame can be a paralyzing influence that keeps you from making progress toward your goals and creating a better life. Knowing the difference between shame and guilt can be confusing because so many of us hold both of them when it comes to money. While noticing when these emotions come up can be helpful, letting shame rule your life can keep you from adequately dealing with past trauma and moving forward with your life.
While many parents teach their older kids about credit cards, introducing the concepts of interest or what carrying a balance really means right after you hand them that piece of plastic might not land as deeply as you’d hope. Teaching your child before they have a credit card how and when to use credit and giving them real-world examples to illustrate those lessons can help them get a head start on their financial journey.
Searching for a mentor often takes a lot of energy. You don’t connect with just anyone, and you want to find the right person to help you reach your goals and get you to the next rung on your career ladder. But, as you grow and gain perspective, you may find that the advice you receive isn’t landing as well anymore. If you find yourself disagreeing or even resenting your mentor’s influence, it may be time for things to change.
SUCCESS Stories with Madison Pieper
Welcome to the SUCCESS Stories podcast with Madison Pieper. In this podcast series, Madison will take you behind the scenes with the most successful and innovative entrepreneurs. You’ll hear the stories behind their success that you haven’t heard anywhere else.
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Looking Good, Feeling Unstoppable: Skin Pharm’s Maegan Griffin on Finding the Confidence to Get Started
On this episode of SUCCESS Stories, Maegan talks to SUCCESS’s Madison Pieper about finding the courage to get started, setting boundaries with social media, and accepting that there is no balance as a working mom (and why she’s totally OK with that).
Fill Up Your Love Bank, No Matter Your Budget: The Budgetnista Tiffany Aliche on Achieving Financial Wholeness
On this episode of SUCCESS Stories, Tiffany talks to SUCCESS’s Madison Pieper about forgiving yourself for financial mistakes and why focusing on financial wholeness is more achievable for most people than financial freedom. Plus, she shares tricks to reduce your impulse purchases. Listen to the episode and read on for Tiffany’s best money advice.
On this episode of SUCCESS Stories, Heidi tellsSUCCESS’s Madison Pieper how giving up control made her feel more relaxed, and they talk about her definition of balance and what health really means.
The SUCCESS Line with Ben Fairfield
SUCCESS Coaching Director Ben Fairfield talks with members of the audience about real business problems and draws on 10,000 hours of coaching experience to offer wisdom and solutions.
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Regardless of where you are in your career, it can be incredibly difficult to know what to focus on at each moment. I’ve been there myself, and I was lucky enough to have a mentor who taught me a way to stay organized and spend the maximum amount of time pursuing my passion. If you are overwhelmed and looking for a way to find focus, read on for the three questions I ask myself every day to stay on track.
These days, it is easy to get lost in the sea of the same. Coaching is a crowded and watered down industry. However, that doesn’t mean there aren’t great coaches out there or that you can’t become one yourself. If you relate to Veena’s plight and want to learn how to stand out, stay consistent and drive more engagement, read on for my top three takeaways.
Time management is one of the things most entrepreneurs are terrible at. Nikolaos has an entire time-management system but is still finding himself short on time at the end of the day. If you are reading this, I am guessing that you similarly have a lot of things wanting your time. You look at extremely high achievers and know they are bound by the confines of the same 24 hours that you are, so what allows them to accomplish things that may seem wild, crazy and unexplainable?
Brilliant Thoughts with Tristan Ahumada
Brilliant Thoughts is about people. It’s about how relationships shape careers. It’s about how influence shapes industries. It’s about how at the end of the day, ones and zeroes on spreadsheets represent real humans and no one is going to find success without keeping that top of mind.
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In this episode of Brilliant Thoughts, Evans tells SUCCESS People Editor Tristan Ahumada how anyone can land rare opportunities. Although he works in entertainment, entrepreneurs looking to level up can learn something from Evans’ inspiring journey.
In this episode of Brilliant Thoughts, Tristan Ahumada, SUCCESS People Editor, and Roncal talk about obtaining your dream career. Generally, four key signs will be revealed if you’re heading in the right direction.
In this episode of Brilliant Thoughts, music mogul Dre London (born Andre Jackson) talks to Tristan Ahumada, SUCCESS People Editor, about what entrepreneurs need to succeed. London is the founder and CEO of three businesses: Kruel London (women’s luxury footwear), London Entertainment Inc. (music management) and AUX Live (streaming platform). London is credited with discovering music artist Post Malone, and he was named Manager of the Year by Variety in 2019. Clients on his management roster include Tyga, Tyla Yaweh and, of course, Post Malone.