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SUCCESS magazine presents SUCCESS Talks, its exclusive audio program included in every issue of the magazine, as a podcast. One of the most unique components of the magazine, SUCCESS Talks features fascinating interviews with prominent business, creative and thought leaders such as Tony Robbins, Anne Sweeney, Richard Branson, Tim Ferriss and Barbara Corcoran. SUCCESS Talks focuses on helping the listener nurture and develop their mind, body and spirit. Each month is thematically different and includes key takeaways designed to help you achieve your biggest goals and live your true passion.

Latest Episodes

Shawn Achor on the Secret to Reaching Big Potential

Making a career out of happiness sounds like a dream, right? But for Shawn Achor, to properly research, write and speak about happiness and human potential, he’s had to dive into the grim realities of what makes us unhappy. Achor chats with Ellis about his new book Big Potential and the ways we can combat rising depression and suicide rates, and why we could all take a note from lightning bugs.

42 min2018 JAN 18
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Shawn Achor on the Secret to Reaching Big Potential

Daniel Pink on Why Time of Day Matters

Your company might implement Casual Friday, but what about Chrono-type Friday? Best-selling author and television host Daniel Pink thinks it wouldn’t be a bad idea. Chronobiology is the study of how organisms adapt to solar and lunar related rhythms. Pink talks with SUCCESS.com’s Shelby Skrhak about his new book When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing and why it might actually be good for a basketball team to be losing at halftime.

41 min2018 JAN 11
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Daniel Pink on Why Time of Day Matters

David Vobora on Pushing Past Limitations

You might not think you’d be inspired by someone nicknamed “Mr. Irrelevant.” But former football player David Vobora, who was given the moniker for being the last selection in the 2008 NFL Draft, calls it an “honorable title.” Vobora speaks with Ellis about training athletes, people with disabilities and American veterans, and sheds light on how an addiction to painkillers nearly destroyed his life.

24 min2018 JAN 4
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David Vobora on Pushing Past Limitations

Gabby Bernstein Curing Yourself of Judgement

How do you see someone for the first time if you’ve actually known him or her for years? According to New York Times best-selling author and self-proclaimed “spirit junkie” Gabby Bernstein, it’s possible, and it starts with curing yourself of judgment. Bernstein sits down with SUCCESS Editor-in-Chief Josh Ellis to discuss her recently released book Judgment Detox and to help you find a personal mantra.

22 min2017 DEC 28
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Gabby Bernstein Curing Yourself of Judgement

Gordon Hartman on the Power of Being Inclusive

When Gordon Hartman saw his daughter, Morgan, struggling to socialize at the pool one day, he set out to find a place where she and others with special needs like her could have fun. When he couldn't find one, he decided to build it for himself. Hartman talks with SUCCESS.com's Shelby Skrhak about the vision behind Morgan's Wonderland, a $36 million San Antonio theme park that welcomes all.

35 min2017 DEC 21
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Gordon Hartman on the Power of Being Inclusive

Mike Lewis on Planning for Your Big Jump

Afraid to make the jump into something exciting but unknown? Learn tips for how to do it from Mike Lewis, the founder of global community When to Jump and author of When to Jump. In this enlightening interview, Lewis tells Ellis his own story of making the decision to leap into the unknown, and shares how to perfect your transition and what to do if it doesn't work out.

35 min2017 DEC 14
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Mike Lewis on Planning for Your Big Jump

Alan Alda on Learning to Relate to Communicate

Seven-time Emmy Award winner and Academy nominee Alan Alda-known for his role on TV classic M*A*S*H-wants to improve how we as people communicate. His recently released book, If I Understood You, Would I Have This Look on My Face?, explores his journey to become a better communicator. Alda sits down with Ellis to discuss why humans struggle to communicate, the importance of listening and his advice for how we can improve.

41 min2017 DEC 7
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Alan Alda on Learning to Relate to Communicate

Chip Gaines on Building a Strong Foundation

The risk is worth the reward is a motto Chip Gaines, the co-host of HGTV's wildly popular Fixer Upper, has always lived by. Gaines chats with SUCCESS Editor-in-Chief Josh Ellis about working together successfully with his wife, Joanna, and his experiences in business. The author of the newly released Capital Gaines: Smart Things I Learned Doing Stupid Stuff, Gaines gives his advice for new entrepreneurs and shares his secret for making sure he gets the most out of each day.

27 min2017 NOV 30
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Chip Gaines on Building a Strong Foundation

Carson Tate on How to Discover Your Personal Productivity Style

The key to productivity, says Work Smarter, Not Harder productivity program creator Carson Tate, is learning to anchor the possibility of this moment in the forefront of your mind. In this information-packed interview, Tate sits down with Skrhak to analyze the four types of productivity personalities. Plus, she explains how to create a system of efficiency that fits your life and allows you to, once again, enjoy the simple things.

31 min2017 NOV 23
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Carson Tate on How to Discover Your Personal Productivity Style

Marilyn Paul on Why You Need a Day of Rest

We live in a culture where busyness is mistaken for success. If we’re not moving, we’re not achieving, some seem to think. Our addiction to speed isn’t just hurting our productivity, but our happiness and relationships, too. Marilyn Paul tackles this topic in her new book, An Oasis in Time. Drawing on the historically religious definition of the Sabbath, Paul takes Skrhak along her journey to carve out time for actual rest and relearning to love her life just as it is.

35 min2017 NOV 16
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Marilyn Paul on Why You Need a Day of Rest

Latest Episodes

Shawn Achor on the Secret to Reaching Big Potential

Making a career out of happiness sounds like a dream, right? But for Shawn Achor, to properly research, write and speak about happiness and human potential, he’s had to dive into the grim realities of what makes us unhappy. Achor chats with Ellis about his new book Big Potential and the ways we can combat rising depression and suicide rates, and why we could all take a note from lightning bugs.

42 min2018 JAN 18
Comments
Shawn Achor on the Secret to Reaching Big Potential

Daniel Pink on Why Time of Day Matters

Your company might implement Casual Friday, but what about Chrono-type Friday? Best-selling author and television host Daniel Pink thinks it wouldn’t be a bad idea. Chronobiology is the study of how organisms adapt to solar and lunar related rhythms. Pink talks with SUCCESS.com’s Shelby Skrhak about his new book When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing and why it might actually be good for a basketball team to be losing at halftime.

41 min2018 JAN 11
Comments
Daniel Pink on Why Time of Day Matters

David Vobora on Pushing Past Limitations

You might not think you’d be inspired by someone nicknamed “Mr. Irrelevant.” But former football player David Vobora, who was given the moniker for being the last selection in the 2008 NFL Draft, calls it an “honorable title.” Vobora speaks with Ellis about training athletes, people with disabilities and American veterans, and sheds light on how an addiction to painkillers nearly destroyed his life.

24 min2018 JAN 4
Comments
David Vobora on Pushing Past Limitations

Gabby Bernstein Curing Yourself of Judgement

How do you see someone for the first time if you’ve actually known him or her for years? According to New York Times best-selling author and self-proclaimed “spirit junkie” Gabby Bernstein, it’s possible, and it starts with curing yourself of judgment. Bernstein sits down with SUCCESS Editor-in-Chief Josh Ellis to discuss her recently released book Judgment Detox and to help you find a personal mantra.

22 min2017 DEC 28
Comments
Gabby Bernstein Curing Yourself of Judgement

Gordon Hartman on the Power of Being Inclusive

When Gordon Hartman saw his daughter, Morgan, struggling to socialize at the pool one day, he set out to find a place where she and others with special needs like her could have fun. When he couldn't find one, he decided to build it for himself. Hartman talks with SUCCESS.com's Shelby Skrhak about the vision behind Morgan's Wonderland, a $36 million San Antonio theme park that welcomes all.

35 min2017 DEC 21
Comments
Gordon Hartman on the Power of Being Inclusive

Mike Lewis on Planning for Your Big Jump

Afraid to make the jump into something exciting but unknown? Learn tips for how to do it from Mike Lewis, the founder of global community When to Jump and author of When to Jump. In this enlightening interview, Lewis tells Ellis his own story of making the decision to leap into the unknown, and shares how to perfect your transition and what to do if it doesn't work out.

35 min2017 DEC 14
Comments
Mike Lewis on Planning for Your Big Jump

Alan Alda on Learning to Relate to Communicate

Seven-time Emmy Award winner and Academy nominee Alan Alda-known for his role on TV classic M*A*S*H-wants to improve how we as people communicate. His recently released book, If I Understood You, Would I Have This Look on My Face?, explores his journey to become a better communicator. Alda sits down with Ellis to discuss why humans struggle to communicate, the importance of listening and his advice for how we can improve.

41 min2017 DEC 7
Comments
Alan Alda on Learning to Relate to Communicate

Chip Gaines on Building a Strong Foundation

The risk is worth the reward is a motto Chip Gaines, the co-host of HGTV's wildly popular Fixer Upper, has always lived by. Gaines chats with SUCCESS Editor-in-Chief Josh Ellis about working together successfully with his wife, Joanna, and his experiences in business. The author of the newly released Capital Gaines: Smart Things I Learned Doing Stupid Stuff, Gaines gives his advice for new entrepreneurs and shares his secret for making sure he gets the most out of each day.

27 min2017 NOV 30
Comments
Chip Gaines on Building a Strong Foundation

Carson Tate on How to Discover Your Personal Productivity Style

The key to productivity, says Work Smarter, Not Harder productivity program creator Carson Tate, is learning to anchor the possibility of this moment in the forefront of your mind. In this information-packed interview, Tate sits down with Skrhak to analyze the four types of productivity personalities. Plus, she explains how to create a system of efficiency that fits your life and allows you to, once again, enjoy the simple things.

31 min2017 NOV 23
Comments
Carson Tate on How to Discover Your Personal Productivity Style

Marilyn Paul on Why You Need a Day of Rest

We live in a culture where busyness is mistaken for success. If we’re not moving, we’re not achieving, some seem to think. Our addiction to speed isn’t just hurting our productivity, but our happiness and relationships, too. Marilyn Paul tackles this topic in her new book, An Oasis in Time. Drawing on the historically religious definition of the Sabbath, Paul takes Skrhak along her journey to carve out time for actual rest and relearning to love her life just as it is.

35 min2017 NOV 16
Comments
Marilyn Paul on Why You Need a Day of Rest
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