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Listening matters. When we ask good ‪#‎questions‬, we are more likely to get responses worth listening to and valuable answers.
Have you ever had a conversation with someone who only responded in two- or three-word sentences, and you walked away feeling like you learned very little? The person might not have been intentionally giving you short answers; perhaps you could have phrased your questions better. A lot of people fail to understand the power of asking quality questions.
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"Too many of us waste time feeling guilty that our life is out of balance—but you’ll never feel balanced as long as you have goals and dreams."
How many of you want to grow old faster? What, no takers?! Well, did you know you accelerate your aging when you regularly experience stress or anxiety? Seriously, if you’re too tired or too wired, take note of the seven strategies here to help you stress a little less: 1. Give up the daily guilt. Let’s get some perspective. Too many of us waste time feeling guilty that our life is out of balance, but you’ll never feel balanced as long as you hav...
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Do you want people to listen to you and take you seriously? It’s not just what you say—it’s how you say it.
You have great ideas and are on a mission to change the world—or at least part of the world. You want to make an impact on others. And you want people to take you seriously. So, how can you? No, you can’t always control what others do, but you can control yourself. And to optimize your effect, consider the virtues of vocal influence.
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#1: Know what you want first. ‪#‎leadership‬
Managers are taught that holding employees accountable is the key to getting results, yet they often fail to clearly communicate their expectations. Rather than getting frustrated, try these steps: 1. Know what you want first. We may assume others are being thoughtless or selfish when they don’t satisfy our needs, but we haven’t clarified in our own minds what we want. Get clear on this first.
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When you’re comfortable in your own skin, you make others comfortable. If you take the attitude that you bring something to the table, you will see that attitude reflected in others.
The ability to hold a natural conversation is key to success in the professional world. Knowing when to initiate a discussion, keeping it interesting by asking effective questions, sharing your own stories and ending dialogue with kindness is an art. So, are you a smooth talker? Learn how to create connections in conversations by following these seven steps:
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Desperate for a $0 debt balance? 
These 3 moves can actually hurt your financial health.
Paying off your debt is an admirable goal and a smart move for your financial health, right? Yes—if you do it the right way, because there are wrong ways of doing it that might actually hurt you more than they help. Withdrawing from your 401(k), draining your emergency fund or ignoring your monthly bills in the name of paying off your credit card debt may seem like good ideas in the moment, but they can have adverse consequences in the long run. ...
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#1: Stop talking.
You’ve most likely heard the term thought leader tossed around in conversations or even read it in this magazine. But exactly how do you become a person whose unique ideas on a subject can influence an entire industry or community? Dan Rockwell of the “Leadership Freak” blog, shares three practical tips on how to be a thought leader:
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Wondering how ‪#‎Apple‬ inspires thousands to camp out for hours in anticipation of its newest gadget? Simon Sinek shares insight that you can apply to your biz.
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“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at 20 or 80. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.” – Henry Ford
Youth is wasted on the young—or at least that’s what they say, but it would be a travesty if it were true. Youth is not only a time of life; it’s also a state of mind. Harvey Mackay, best-selling author and business speaker, says he stopped counting after his 39th birthday. He still considers himself young—and he intends to stay that way. You can have a youthful outlook and attitude at an old age, or an old-fogey attitude at a young age. The choi...
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"You can bet that successful people use their free time for much more than relaxing on the couch or binging on Netflix."
Did you know startups fail about four times as often as they succeed? Do you know why it’s so hard to get a successful business off the ground? It’s attributable to a number of factors, one of which could be the way the founders are spending their spare time.
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What’s the worst advice you’ve ever received?
8 comedians share tips you should think twice about following.
Everyone has advice. Not all of it’s good—some of it can be downright bad. But not everybody knows the difference. So when SUCCESS.com caught up with some of entertainment’s hottest comedians at the Upright Citizens Brigade’s annual Del Close Marathon in New York City, we asked them to share the worst nuggets of so-called wisdom they’ve ever received. Here’s their favorite laughable advice—aka eight tips you should think twice about following:
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"Successful people are the ones who understand what a no moment means, how to put it into perspective and how to work toward the next yes."
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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.