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Taking Care of No. 1

By Deborah Huso / August 8, 2013 /

Art Smith was—emphasis on past tense—the rotund personal chef of Oprah Winfrey. (He also has famously cooked for President Barack Obama.) But he’s no longer interested in looking the part of a chef who enjoys food—a lot. Diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in 2008 after complications from the disease killed his father and grandfather, Smith…

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What Allen Iverson Taught Me About Myself

By Jennifer Chang / July 16, 2013 /

It's recently become a guilty sadness of mine to follow the exploits of former basketball hero Allen Iverson. Financial ruin, alcoholism and divorce– Iverson's post-NBA journey is a tragic fall from glory, one that's hardly gone unnoticed. A Washington Post article published this past April describes a sadly memorable moment from his divorce proceedings: "Iverson…

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Peter Diamandis’ Laws: The Persistent and Passionate Mind

By Jessica Krampe / April 29, 2013 /

Peter Diamandis discusses with Darren Hardy his laws, including the ideas that it takes a passionate and persistent mind to reach success and solve problems and that you should fail early, fail often. His concept of the rising billion as new innovators is also explained. 

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Joel Harper/Dr. Oz AM Workout

By SUCCESS Staff / May 19, 2011 /

In his AM Workout, Dr. Mehmet Oz joins with celebrity trainer Joel Harper to share his seven minute morning workout that will help get your day going. Then in his PM Workout, Dr. Oz and Harper share his five minute evening workout that will help you relax and de-stress at the end of a long…

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Joel Harper/Dr. Oz PM Workout

By SUCCESS Staff / May 19, 2011 /

In his PM Workout, Dr. Oz and Harper share his five minute evening workout that will help you relax and de-stress at the end of a long day.

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Dr. Oz’s Greatest Accomplishment

By SUCCESS Staff / September 5, 2011 /

Find out what takes Dr. Mehmet Oz “away from the media” and influences his greatest accomplishment i

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The Happiness Guy: 90% of Happiness Is Up to You

By Shelby Skrhak / December 12, 2012 /

In this SUCCESS Talks series, Harvard professor Shawn Achor, author of The Happiness Advantage, explains how happiness can be subjective but ultimately, in our own hands to control. “Only 10% of long term levels of happiness are predicted by our external world, which means 90% of happiness is how we process our world,” Achor says.

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Lessons of a Lifetime

By Jennifer Chang / February 6, 2013 /

“It’s not getting the million that’s important, it’s what it makes of you to achieve becoming a millionaire… What’s valuable is not what you got, but what you became in the process.” — Jim Rohn Using technology and our vast library of seminars, clips and one-on-one interviews with the late great Jim Rohn, SUCCESS Publisher…

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Persona Non Grata

By Josh Ellis / September 9, 2013 /

Before I came to SUCCESS, a highly visible previous job earned me a nice little Twitter fol

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Kim Lyons: Helping Children Avoid Diabetes

By SUCCESS Staff / January 25, 2011 /

In this web exclusive interview with Darren Hardy, The Biggest Loser trainer Kim Lyons discusses steps you can take to help fight children’s diabetes and how you can set a good example by staying active, too. 

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