To Be a Success, Stop the Comparisons, Do the Work and Invest in Yourself

By Peter Voogd / November 3, 2017 / 0 Comments

For years, Peter Voogd was the frustrated 20-something at the back of the room, listening to successful people speak and envying the characteristics he saw in the speaker. “I"d catch myself thinking there"s no way I could do anything he does. He"s a different breed. He"s born different,” Voogd says. That"s when he realized the detrimental comparisons…

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How to Be More Than Average

By Michael Bernoff / October 27, 2017 / 0 Comments

Pacing the SUCCESS Live stage with confidence, Michael Bernoff, founder of the Human Communications Institute, sets a lofty goal for himself: “My job is to destroy, in the next little bit, your old program, your old way of thinking?and apply a new one in a 27-minute period.” Related: 6 Mindset Shifts That Will Improve Your…

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8 Success Lessons Every Parent Should Know

By Dean Graziosi / October 27, 2017 / 0 Comments

In this extremely personal talk, Dean Grazio­­si uses the lessons he learned as a busy dad to illustrate how the rules of parenting can guide your overall success. Much of his advice is about tending to the little things—simply paying attention to the world around you. He openly shares the consequences of tunnel vision, like…

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How to Become the Greatest

By Tom Bilyeu / October 27, 2017 / 0 Comments

“I’m not a born entrepreneur. By nature, I am insanely lazy.” You think he’s kidding, but he’s not. Tom Bilyeu says all the things he’s accomplished in life—like going from broke to building a billion-dollar business—are because he finally got so fed up that he realized he had to do something different. He had to…

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How to Keep Your Brain Healthy

By Dr. Daniel Amen / October 27, 2017 / 0 Comments

“You are not stuck with the brain you have. You can make it better and I can prove it.” Dr. Daniel Amen tells the SUCCESS Live Long Beach crowd that it starts with modeling a brain-healthy life. He says everyone—regardless of age—should be on an Alzheimer’s prevention program and that to strengthen your memory or…

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Train the Brave: 10 Ways to Build Your Courage Muscles for Life

By Margie Warrell / October 27, 2017 / 0 Comments

Have you ever thought to yourself, If I just had the guts? Ever looked back and wished you’d been braver? Chances are you have. Many times.                 Related: 15 Courageous Quotes to Spark Your Inner Brave We all need to be brave at times. But let’s face it, acting bravely is easier said than done.…

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How to Execute and Make Things Happen

By Kim Reed Perell / October 26, 2017 / 0 Comments

“The execution factor, it doesn’t sound very sexy…”  says Kim Perell, entrepreneur and CEO of global technology company Amobee. “But I’m here to tell you how to master this one skill that will drive your success more than anything else.” That’s because execution is a skill that can be learned, she says. There are five…

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How to Reach Your Goals

By Ben Angel / October 26, 2017 / 0 Comments

When setting goals, the first question that I always ask myself is, Who must I become to achieve this specific outcome? Who must I become to bring this particular goal to life? Related: The One Question That Could Change Everything If you’re not making it yet, you’re yet to become that person who can attain…

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The Most Powerful Tool We Have Is Influence; Here’s How to Wield It

By Todd Davis / October 23, 2017 / 0 Comments

“Hell isn’t a place, it’s other people,” is a quote loosely translated from French philosopher Jean-Paul Satre’s one-act play No Exit. Keynote speaker Todd Davis got a chuckle from the SUCCESS Live Long Beach crowd when he asked if anyone could relate to this quote. That’s because we’re often measured by the results we get,…

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Meet Your Biggest Goals With the Power of Uncertainty

By Shelby Skrhak / October 22, 2017 / 0 Comments

When Scooter Braun first saw Justin Bieber on YouTube, he knew he could make him larger than life. As a talent manager, Braun says Bieber had the potential to fill a void in the entertainment world that hadn’t been occupied since the young Michael Jackson made adults believe in love again. It was a gut…

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