This week is an Uber packed episode, literally. Uber is a prime example of the YouEconomy, a movement that is allowing people to take control of their time, their lives and ultimately their success. Shelby and Josh discuss this movement on today’s episode. They also talk with a real life Uber driver and get some Uber insights and more from Harry Campbell of The Ride Share Guy Blog and Podcast. Plus SUCCESS contributor Jeff Vrabel drops in to share the perspective he gained about his community while driving for Uber. Part one of two.
Today we’re motivating you to stick to your guns. Sometimes, whether you’re dealing with difficult people at work or you see injustice in the wild, you’re challenged to stand up for what’s right. Here are four ways to help you do just that.
Why is your health such a big part of your success? Josh and Shelby answer that question on this week’s episode. They interview one of the founders of Quest Nutrition, Tom Bilyeu and they share a few steps to a healthier you.
Enjoy these three quick tips on how to ask for more money - whether from your boss or your clients - and get it.
How to make a decision is the topic of this week’s episode. Josh and Shelby discuss the November cover of SUCCESS magazine, featuring FOX News Channel’s Megyn Kelly and share a clip from this month’s SUCCESS Talks interview. Our hosts test the theory of automating small decisions to make head room for big decisions, and share Zig Ziglar’s tips for making a good decision.
Shelby shares a personal story of how facing our daily fears is hard no matter our age.
Is it better to work on your strengths or your weaknesses? Josh and Shelby debate that topic in this week’s episode as they dive into Gallup’s StrengthsFinder assessment and reveal the 5 most common talents. Plus, they speak to Deluxe’s Amanda Brinkman about the Small Business Revolution that’s highlighting the strengths of entrepreneurs across the country.
Enjoy these words of wisdom from Jim Rohn and learn the power of discipline has to transform your life.
Today we explore the power of our natural instincts as social creatures. Josh interviews Simon Sinek about his new book Better Together and the deeper meaning it has to business and life. And we follow that with a discussion on the power of cohesive connection in reaching our goals in life and business.
Practice these 4 habits to improve your resiliency and help you stay cool under pressure.
On this week’s episode we reveal a secret to success: having a mentor. Learning from others and developing deep, valuable relationships is key to any success. Josh and Shelby sit down with Shark Tank investor Kevin O’Leary to find out how he mentors the entrepreneurs he invests in. On the subject, we also pull a clip from the archives of the personal development icon Jim Rohn. And we discuss the ways, once you find a mentor, that you can put their time and knowledge to good use.
Improve your brain's sharpness and help prevent brain aging by following these 5 simple guidelines.
Winston Churchill once said, “Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.” We encourage you to sit back and listen this week as October cover gal Sophia Amoruso explains about how she lives each day in a courageous way. Shelby and Josh share ways they have been courageous and have a few tips for living boldly, plus author and expert Margie Warrell explains how exercising courage makes you stronger.
When we change our mindset to one of growth, we change the course of our lives. Do these 5 simple things every day to quickly and easily improve your mindset.
Do you have a hard time asking people for things? Whether its in life or business negotiating your way through the world and asking for things is crucial. On this episode Shelby and Josh share ideas on ways that you can get what you want in your career and a formula for asking for things in a SMART way. Plus we hear from Leadership editor John Addison on how great leaders encourage their team to stand up for themselves.
Here's a quick brush-up on the 7 habits of highly effective people as outlined by Stephen Covey.
You will never know your limits unless you push yourself to them and beyond. This week Josh and Shelby take a closer look at what it takes to push yourself to be the best. They talk with Mike Graff, executive editor of Charlotte Magazine who recently pushed himself more than he ever thought possible by hiking alone, with no training, on one of the country’s most challenging trails. And we hear from Jeff Vrabel who broke a Guinness World record and how the process changed his perspective on things.
If you're feeling down on yourself, enjoy this quote from the late Lucille Ball about loving yourself.
The Dalai Lama once said that, “Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.” Shelby and Josh set out to prove the Dalai Lama right, starting with Josh’s decision to just be happy, a discussion about what makes for a happy brain and an interview with best selling author and positive psychologist Shawn Achor about strategies for intentional happiness and the power it has to bring about big change.
The moment you find yourself trapped in your head, overwhelmed and stewing in doubt, there are three things you can do to stop wallowing and move forward.
Ever wonder how your coworker gets so much done in so little time? They know the secret to being your most productive self. In this episode Josh and Shelby talk with productivity expert and author Laura Vanderkam about taking advantage of your weekends and how tracking your time can be a difference maker. Plus they share the three myths that are killing your productivity, and what you can do to overcome your limited time.
With the Rio 2016 Olympic games in full swing, this week we discuss the latest SUCCESS magazine cover featuring gymnast Gabby Douglas and how we can all assemble a winning team. We chat with Don Yaeger about his book Great Teams: 16 Things High Performing Organizations Do Differently and give quick tips for maintaining your competitive edge.
Have a hard time trusting people? This week Josh and Shelby discuss ways to build trust in any kind of relationship with Dr. Henry Cloud, author of The Power of the Other. We hear about leadership from SUCCESS magazine leadership editor John Addison and we share a few ways you can build trust in your own life.
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.