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No matter how full grown you are, there's always more growing to do.
I was 30 years old, modestly successful, living a life based on solid principles, and yet here I was in a meeting with some young punk with sleeve
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Use these tips to work smarter and ‪#‎accomplish‬ more.
It's just me, doing what feels like 500 things a day, all on my own. I’ve figured out how to delegate and drop various tasks, but I still have long lists of stuff to tackle. Are there shortcuts to maximize my time and still enjoy what I love?
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Hal Elrod's will and optimism helped him survive and thrive in the face of struggle.

Today, his story inspires others to persist and achieve.
When he was 8 years old, Hal Elrod woke up to screaming in his family’s Oakhurst, Calif., home. After running to his parents’ bedroom, he found his mother trying to resuscitate his baby sister Amery. She had been born with metatropic dysplasia, an invariably fatal disease, but knowing that this moment was coming did not make it any less painful. The Elrods mourned.
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"Steve Jobs took his walk in the wilderness. He suffered setbacks, but he learned from them—matured and returned to even greater victories."
The first time I met Steve Jobs, it was at his house for my first interview at Pixar, something I never thought would happen, not even in my wilde
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The people who ‪#‎complain‬ the most get the most attention—and fair or not, they get what they want.
As the old adage goes, the squeaky wheel gets the oil. The people who complain the most get the most attention—and fair or not, they get what they want. Yet most of us are uncomfortable with the idea of complaining. We don’t want to make a noise about things, much less an irritating one. But when our annoyance is greater than our inertia and we simply cannot stand it anymore, irritation is a powerful way to change things.
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Good news: If you master exceeding your customers’ expectations—you can send your revenues through the roof.

Better news: Doing so might be easier to accomplish than you think.
Good news: If you master one strategy—exceeding your customers’ expectations—you can send your revenues through the roof. Better news: Doing so is probably easier to accomplish than you think. Consider the real estate salesperson running out of time to show properties to out-of-town clients. The agent pays to put them up in a luxury condo overnight, covers the change fees on their flights, and sells them a home the next day.
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How ‪#‎confident‬ are you?
There is power in self-confidence—here’s how to get it.
Look at yourself. Who do you see? Superhero, muscles bulging, cape flying—ready to conquer the world? No? If you don’t believe you can conquer the world, then there’s no way you ever will. You might not be superhuman, but you can combat the villain of low self-esteem. How? We asked the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), “What is one way someone can build their self-confidence, personally and professionally?” for answers. Here are their suggestions...
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How ‪#‎innovative‬ is your organization?

Here are 5 people you need on your team to implement forward ideas.
Perhaps you have a great idea and have been charged with implementing it. Or maybe you have worked your way up from junior management and are now tasked with sharing your new, youthful ideas with a legacy staff that’s been there for years. Leaders often get tasked to reinvent or bring about change to a business, but even the most successful of them can only be in one place at any given time. Every innovative leader needs an entire cast and crew t...
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#1: Know your audience.
If you’re reading this blog post, then you probably have felt the familiar sting of writing something you were really excited about, only to disco
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#1: Recognize the slump and take responsibility.
You were selling well, making deals, and all was right in the world. Then, without warning, your sales took a breathtaking, stomach-turning plummet, and you find yourself in the dreaded sales slump. Your results are awful. You feel terrible. Worse still, you feel powerless to change anything. But you aren’t powerless. You can turn the sales slump around with this plan.
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It’s easy to take ‪#‎rejection‬ personally.

Let go of grudges at work and in your personal life with these 3 practical tips.
It’s easy to take rejection personally. But this often leads to holding a grudge or to frustration toward the person that turned you down—especially for salespeople, who’ll inevitably be told “no” from time to time. Holding a grudge can damage an otherwise positive relationship, but even worse, it can have negative effects on your own health.
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Want to impress the hiring manager?

Make sure you do these 5 things before setting foot in the ‪#‎interview‬ room.
Do you get nervous before speaking in public? You take the stage, scan the crowd and suddenly realize that you haven’t practiced as much as you should have. You realize your preparation was totally insufficient—but there’s nothing you can do now. And that’s when the butterflies kick into high gear. We’ve all been there.
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SUCCESS magazine is an international newsstand publication dedicated to informing and inspiring entrepreneurs and fostering personal achievement. SUCCESS magazine was founded by Orison Swett Marden in the 1890s as a manifesto for his “New Thought Philosophy,” which taught positive thinking, life skills and discipline.

Our mission is for SUCCESS to become the foremost trusted source for personal development resources. Total success requires developing all areas of your personal and professional life, and each issue will focus on five key areas for achieving success: business, relationships, wealth, well-being and making a difference.

SUCCESS magazine is designed specifically to provide personal development to the growing entrepreneur, the home-based and small-business markets. SUCCESS magazine is not only inspirational but also instructional in taking a balanced approach to success by offering guidance and insight into improving one’s entire life.