"Why not you?" These are epic words from a legendary man. Jack Welch is one of the world's most respected and celebrated CEOs, known for his track record of success, love of people, passion for winning and an unbridled desire to change the world. Get inside this great mind and discover how you can be a change-maker, too.
Health is personal. Each of our bodies is different and therefore something that works for one person might not be right for another. No one knows this better than Brendan Brazier, a former pro Ironman triathlete and author of the best-selling Thrive trilogy. Brazier once struggled to set the right balance in his nutritional needs but eventually discovered the strategies that can help you determine your individual wellness plan.
"Your body is not a bank account. It's a chemistry lab." That is the mantra of JJ Virgin, one of the nation's foremost fitness and nutrition experts. She has 25 years in the health and fitness industry and is the author of the New York Times best-seller The Virgin Diet: Drop 7 Foods, Lose 7 Pounds, Just 7 Days. Virgin's discussion with former SUCCESS publisher Darren Hardy is full of strategies for helping you stay lean and healthy no matter what challenges you face.
Your productivity depends on many things, says Jim Loehr, Ed.D., whose groundbreaking science-based energy management training system has achieved worldwide recognition. Loehr, co-founder of the Human Performance Institute in Orlando, also has authored 16 books, including his most recent, The Only Way to Win. In this SUCCESS Talk, he shares what it takes for all of us to be our most productive selves.
Anne Sweeney believes that a leader's greatest asset is curiosity. The co-chair of Disney Media Networks and president of the ABC family of television networks has made her domain a pioneer in the digital era. Former SUCCESS publisher Darren Hardy sat down with this revolutionary to obtain valuable insights for leading your business forward.
Life isn't always easy, and personal tragedy is something most of us face on some level. Each day we have a choice--to live in fear or live beyond it. No one knows this better than Jennifer Gilbert, founder of the event management company Save the Date and author of the book I Never Promised You a Goodie Bag. After a vicious attack that left her for dead, Gilbert had a choice: She could wallow in self-pity or go on living her life. She chose the latter, and has turned her painful story into one of success.
Great achievement comes with great struggle: There is no such thing as an overnight success. Cody Foster, owner of the insurance marketing agency Advisors Excel, has worked hard to create a multibillion-dollar business that isn't just a moneymaking machine but something that truly helps people. In his discussion with former SUCCESS magazine publisher Darren Hardy, Foster shares the secrets behind his achievement--avoiding complacency, adding value and more.
"Seventy percent of consumers want to hear from their favorite businesses and most prefer it via text message. Do you have any unread text messages?" This breakthrough thought is the foundation for Alex Minicucci's business, SMS Masterminds. A champion of mobile's potential to drive business growth and sustain customer loyalty, he is paving the way for small businesses to shake up their current marketing.
Gary Vaynerchuk has been disrupting conventional marketing wisdom for years. It started with his family's wine business and has carried over to his new company, VaynerMedia. SUCCESS couldn't resist the opportunity to sit down with Vaynerchuk in order to discover his secret formula to entrepreneurial accomplishment. You'll be surprised to learn what it has to do with boxing.
Changing the world we live in is a goal each of us aspires to at some point. Ben Rattray is helping to make that possible for more people than ever. Rattray is the founder of Change.org, a site that empowers driven individuals to make a difference in their communities and around the world. In this lively discussion with former SUCCESS publisher Darren Hardy, Rattray emphasizes the power of a story and how even a small success demonstrates to others what good can come when we take a stand to improve our world.
A millionaire entrepreneur and CEO of Zappos, Tony Hsieh has done the impossible. Hsieh has spearheaded a company that is not only profitable but also so much fun to work for, it's legendary. Hsieh sat down with SUCCESS to talk about why, as he puts it, choosing the vision--not the money--is the key to doing the impossible.
Scott Stratten, an expert in viral, social and authentic marketing, was ranked as one of the world's top influencers on Twitter. He shares some of his secrets in this powerful interview with former SUCCESS Publisher Darren Hardy, including lessons from his book, QR Codes Kill Kittens.
Connecting, making a good first impression and developing relationships are just some of the things that make up a successful networking strategy, according to Luanne Tierney. She offers a new way to look at how you engage with the people around you.
John C. Maxwell is back this month to discuss lessons from his latest book, Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn. Everyone experiences failure, but the leadership expert tells former SUCCESS Publisher Darren Hardy it isn't failure that ruins us, but an inability to learn from it.
"There comes a time when you know you've gotta make a change," says Domino's Pizza CEO Patrick Doyle, considered one of today's most transformative business leaders. The architect of the "pizza turnaround" shares insights from his struggle to rescue the brand and change business as they knew it.
Sometimes the most dangerous risks are the ones you don't take, as Janice Fraser, founder and CEO of product consultancy LUXr, can attest. It took courage to own up to her mistakes, but she tells former SUCCESS Publisher Darren Hardy that the demise of a previous business created a superb opportunity to learn and succeed in the future.
Laurence Weinzimmer is co-author of The Wisdom of Failure, for which he conducted groundbreaking research on leadership blunders. He joins SUCCESS to share his findings and ideas on how we can start learning from the mistakes of others to avoid making our own.
Not everything has been rosy for Todd Duncan, who has dealt with his fair share of disappointment in life and business. With nothing to lose, he rebuilt and persevered to become a successful entrepreneur and best-selling author. In this episode, Duncan sits down with former SUCCESS Publisher Darren Hardy to explain how catastrophe can be a friend.
A 12-time Ironman triathlete and 18-time Boston Marathon runner, Jonathan Roche wasn't always an award-winning fitness expert. He was forced to change his way of thinking about his health and life after witnessing firsthand how health problems can ruin families. In Roche's interview with former SUCCESS Publisher Darren Hardy, you can almost "feel the burn" of his passion to help others improve their health.
Are your thinking, behavior and diet influencing your life in positive ways or negative? On this month's CD, naturopathic doctor, entrepreneur and Ironman triathlete James Rouse sits down with former SUCCESS Publisher Darren Hardy to discuss keeping your mental and physical health front and center.
John C. Maxwell joins SUCCESS on this episode to share the 4 E's of leadership. Maxwell's advice will help you be the best leader you can possibly be.
We've said it before and will again: We are all in sales. Best-selling author Daniel Pink takes a fresh look at the science of selling in his new book To Sell Is Human. He sat down with former SUCCESS Publisher Darren Hardy to share how selling has changed, and he offers advice that will transform what you do at work and at home.
If an unthinkable tragedy were to occur in your life, how would you react? The lives of Len and Cherylann Gengel were never the same after their daughter was killed in the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. But despite their loss, the Gengels didn't give up hope. The two now work tirelessly to fulfill their daughter's dream of uplifting the children of Haiti.
According to American Express OPEN's latest State of Women-Owned Businesses Report, there are more than 8.3 million female owned businesses in the United States, generating over $1 trillion in annual revenue. Encouraging more women in business are people such as Weili Dai, the only woman to co-found an American semiconductor firm. She joins former SUCCESS Publisher Darren Hardy to discuss the secrets of running a successful worldwide company.
Gary White is a social entrepreneur who advocates searching for the intersection between your greatest passion and the world's greatest needs. He and Matt Damon founded Water.org, a nonprofit that transforms hundreds of communities by providing access to safe water and sanitation. Hardy talks with White about his remarkable work and its effect on the world.