They say no news is good news, but is that true? Join Josh and Shelby as they explore the ways that the news can actually be good for you. They sit down with Carlos Watson, cofounder of Ozy.com, an innovative news site that features very different stories from the regular news. And hear what happens when you avoid the news all together.
Make these 4 small changes in your life to keep things simple.
Those gosh darn kids these days….this week Josh and Shelby sit down for a roundtable discussion about millennials with some of our very own millennials from the SUCCESS team. We hear from Tom Bilyeu about his interview with cover figure, leadership expert and millennial researcher Simon Sinek. And we dive into the mail bag for letter from a listener who shares his story about how he got back up after hitting rock bottom.
4 mental tricks to try when you are feeling overwhelmed that will help you stay cool in a crisis and resolve issues in a positive manner.
Brett Mckay from The Art of Manliness joins Josh and Shelby on today’s episode to discuss what it is to be a “man” in this day and age. We share a little bit about our take on this topic and discuss what are commonly considered manly skills.
Here 3 ways that John C. Maxwell recommends you get yourself motivated and unstuck by the many distractions we are surrounded with every day.
Join us this week as Josh and Shelby find out why being awkward isn’t as bad as we think it is in a discussion with Ty Tashiro, author of Awkward: The Science of Why We’re Socially Awkward and Why That’s Awesome. Shelby and Josh get personal and share what makes them awkward. And they share 10 things to remember to be less awkward and nail your next introduction.
3 signs that you might need to pause in your life and do an evaluation to see what needs to change.
Are you an optimist, pessimist or a realist? Josh and Shelby discover which category they fit and discuss why being an optimist is so important to your goals and success. They talk with futurist and innovator Peter Diamandis about how to be an optimist even when faced with negativity. And we share a few stories to restore your faith in humanity.
We share a few strategies that can help you deal with bullying in the workplace.
What do you believe in? Belief is the foundation for so many things in our lives. On this week’s episode, Josh and Shelby give you a sneak peak at this month’s issue of SUCCESS focused on the power of belief. They sit down with cover figure Bishop T.D. Jakes for a quick chat. Associate Editor Jamie Friedlander reads an excerpt from her moving story Me of Little Faith. And Josh and and Shelby go through some action steps you can take to bolster your self-belief.
Here are 4 ways you can create financial security even when you don't have a steady income.
True health and wellness starts with a healthy brain. On this week’s episode Josh and Shelby focus on the brain. They chat with Dr. Daniel Amen, one of the world’s foremost experts on brain research, about why a healthy lifestyle starts with the brain and how we can practice good brain health daily. Plus, Josh and Shelby share how a simple 5-minute exercise can be your key to a healthier brain.
6 words that people frequently misuse that can make you look dumb!
It’s an extrovert’s world out there, but that doesn’t mean introverts can’t thrive. Josh and Shelby discuss their introvert personality traits and how hosting this podcast has helped them. Shelby catches Chris Brogan for a quick chat about how introverts can promote themselves as a brand via social media without it making them uncomfortable. And we share 5 tips for introverts to survive in an extrovert office.
Dream and discover with this quote from Mark Twain.
In this episode, Josh and Shelby discuss how attending different types of conferences and networking events can heighten your personal and business growth. Shelby shares her favorite stories from South by South West over the years. We hear from Jaclyn Johnson founder of Create & Cultivate, on how to learn from others at networking events. Josh and Shelby recap the recent SUCCESS Live event and share a few basic tips for getting ready to speak in front of a crowd, should you ever have the opportunity.
Creativity is often an illusive gift, listen in for 3 ways to access your inner creative genius.
What do you do to stay productive? On this week’s episode Josh shares a surprising secret to productivity. We chat with John Lee Dumas, host of the popular podcast Entrepreneur on Fire, about his new book The Mastery Journal. And Josh and Shelby share some sneaky tricks to boosting your productivity, starting today.
Healthy relationships are a big part of your success. Listen to hear 3 things that successfully people know about building and maintaining healthy relationships.
On this week’s episode Josh and Shelby give listeners and inside look at the June 2017 issue of SUCCESS. They get some smart money ideas from this month’s cover man Dave Ramsey. Plus, we talk to our own managing editor Jesus Jimenez about his personal experience meeting Ramsey and his team and why he might be jumping ship to work there any day now.
Learn from the great Jim Rohn, 3 ways to turn nothing into something.
Have you konmari’ed your life? Shelby sits down in person with best-selling author and business woman Marie Kondo – and her translator – to discuss ways to find joy in simple living. Plus, Josh and Shelby discuss the konmari method of organizing and how it can improve your life.
Starting your day right is important. Learn from high performance leaders like Richard Branson, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Arianna Huffington what you can do to make your morning a successful one.
John Addison, leadership editor for SUCCESS, joins Josh and Shelby as a co-host on this week’s episode for some “real talk.” They discuss the new release of his book Real Leadership, why Addison is so focused on being “real,” how the YouEconomy is molding the future of business and why even when you are hustling it’s important to slow down and take a break.