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How to Re-frame Your Failures

By Margie Warrell / February 24, 2017 /

Once upon a time, a partially deaf 4-year-old boy arrived home from school with a note from his teacher. It read, “Your son Tommy is too stupid to learn. We cannot have him at our school.” His mother decided she would teach him herself. Young Tommy might have been hard of hearing, but he was a…

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4 Reasons You Should Be Risking Rejection

By Margie Warrell / January 20, 2017 /

As I neared the end of writing my first book, Find Your Courage, I decided it was time to see if I could find a publisher. I did a little research online and discovered I first needed a literary agent. So I put together a query letter, which I sent to a long list of…

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How to Stop Comparing Yourself to Others?

By Margie Warrell / October 21, 2016 /

When you’re constantly comparing yourself with others, it leaves you on a “comparison treadmill.” The problem is the treadmill has only one setting, and…

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Sick of Your Day Job? Looking for Freedom? The Answer Is the YouEconomy

By Mel Robbins / July 12, 2016 /

The YouEconomy: The power is yours, not only possible but actually the best possibility for each and every one of us, is how technology has changed and how our comfort with it has also changed.

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Go From Overwhelmed to Motivated in 3 Seconds

By SUCCESS Staff / February 3, 2016 /

Picture this, You’ve shifted from busy and productive to overwhelmed and counterproductive. How do you get back? What do you need to learn here? here are

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The Fastest Way to Move On From Your Mistakes

By SUCCESS Staff / October 24, 2015 /

Are you hard on yourself when you make a mistake? I believe that people who really care about doing well at work are often times too hard on themselves. So, if you mess up, how do you fix it? Here’s the tip

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The Pursuit: How Al Roker Survived the Competitive Waters of TV Morning Shows

By SUCCESS Staff / October 21, 2015 /

Eventually something’s going to happen. It might not be what you want to happen, it might not be the job you think you want, but what’s supposed is going to happen.

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‘I’m Walking in Jim Rohn’s Shoes and Standing on His Shoulders’

By SUCCESS Staff / September 26, 2015 /

“Without a philosophy, you”re not going to enjoy your life. Without a philosophy you”re not going to get yourself to follow through,” Tony Robbins says. “Lots of people know what to do, but they don’t do what they know.”

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