How do you define success? Shelby and Josh share personal stories about what success means to them and how their idea of achievement has evolved since their early days at the magazine. Plus we hear from the likes of Sara Blakely, Joel Osteen, Lori Greiner and more about their definitions of success.
Is there such a thing as good procrastination? Josh and Shelby answer that very question on today’s episode. We hear from Originals author Adam Grant about productive procrastination and we give you some quick tips to combat your tendency to put things until the last minute.
Uber, Etsy, Upwork, eBay—if you’ve transacted on one of these platforms, then this episode is for you. In this month’s SUCCESS magazine, the editors tackle the growing entrepreneurship trend of what’s been called the gig economy or sharing economy. Shelby and Josh explain why we’re calling it the YouEconomy and what it means to the way we work, play and live our lives. Plus we get time with best selling author and SUCCESS contributing editor Mel Robbins who knows a thing or two about taking control of your life and mapping your own destiny.
Nelson Mandela once said, “Money won’t create success, the freedom to make it will.” This week, Josh and Shelby take on the topic of money—the good habits we should practice and the bad habits we’re all guilty of. The host of So Money, Farnoosh Torabi offers her best insights for living a rich life. Plus there is a special clip from the SUCCESS Archives in which Brian Tracy shares the secrets of self-made millionaires. And we dig deep for the best ways to save money so we can plan for our futures.