Jim Paris knows what it is like to work to have everything, only to have it all wiped away in an instant. On the brink of suicide, he prayed to no avail. But he persisted until he succeeded and now shares the secrets to his newfound success.
Even though her books are fiction, the characters in Menna van Praag’s books go through a journey of self-discovery and become empowered to express their authentic selves. She explains how she made her dreams of being a writer come true and how we can find the courage to live authentically.
What if you found out that your life was suppose to be a joyful celebration? Even though we may know the things that make us happy, we still do the things that bring us pain and suffering. Gary Douglas explains how to unlock what you were taught to be and begin to celebrate your life.
All of us are born with a purpose to our life. Many of us lose sight of this purpose when we accept other people’s definition of success, rather than looking internally for answers. Jack Canfield recounts his experience of discovering his purpose and bringing it forth in the Chicken Soup for the Soul series.
Michael Cooley offers advice how to pull yourself up even when you do not feel that you have anywhere to go. No matter what your circumstances are, you can turn them into extreme success and use it as a purpose to help others.
Mike Dooley, author of Thoughts Become Things sits poolside in Orlando, Florida with Lilou Mace to discuss his secrets for success. He offers simple tips that anyone can do to get started on the road to finding out just what will be successful.
What tools do you need for the life you want to achieve? Breakthrough specialist Lisa Nichols shares her formula for greatness, and reveals what's needed in order to gain inspiration, leadership and ultimately, transformation in life.
We all have our own story – but what happens when we decide to change it? Success consultant Barnet Bain reveals the power behind changing our "story," and the freedom associated with letting go of our personal limitations.