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Be a LION (Pt 1 of 2)

Be a LION (Pt 1 of 2)

Philip II of Macedon taught his son Alexander the Great,

“An army of deer led by a lion is more to be feared than an army of lions led by a deer.”

The man you see on the cover of this month’s issue of SUCCESS, coach Mike Krzyzewski, is a lion.

Seven-time NBA All-Star, Grant Hill, recalls his first team meeting as a fresh Duke University basketball team recruit in fall of 1990, “It was an awesome day. Read More


Go Into The Void

Go Into The Void

Last week I shared with you the inspiring story of Loretta Claiborne and how she conquered her adversities and the impossible situation life handed her.

This week I want to introduce you to one of the bravest, most courageous and inspiring human beings I have ever met.

His name is Jonathan Pitre and he is 14 years old. Read More


Become a Productivity Superhero Pt1

Become a Productivity Superhero Pt1

Since many of you are also one of the dedicated millions that each month puts the SUCCESS Magazine CD in your car or uploads it to your phone and soaks in the wisdom on these tracks, I wanted to take a moment to tell you about someone very important to you (and me). Mariana.

Yes, Mariana is our audio producer extraordinaire.   Read More


The Network That Changes Everything

The Network That Changes Everything

You’ve heard the adage, your network will determine your net worth. Well, let me tell you about THE Network That Changes Everything.

My friend Patrick buys all his flowers online. He feels really clever doing it. “Click, Click, Send! That’s all it takes to be a hero!” he told me. Although he admitted none of the women ever seemed that awe-struck by the actual bouquet, Patrick didn’t mind. Read More


The Secret to Winning (Pt 1 of 3)

The Secret to Winning (Pt 1 of 3)

Let me tell you how to win anything, even before you begin.

I’ve learned in studying great performers—athletes, entertainers, artists, business leaders—that the difference between good performance and spectacular performance is in their preparation.

In fact, extraordinary performance is possible only through extraordinary preparation.

Most often the performance outcome has been decided before the performance even begins. Read More