SUCCESS Magazine doesn't do a thing for me. Nothing. Nada. Zero. Zip!

Yet SUCCESS Magazine is my absolute favorite magazine. Not only that, it's the #1 resource I recommend to clients, friends, and acquaintances. The fact is, I recommend SUCCESS Magazine to EVERYONE!

So what's the catch?

If SUCCESS Magazine doesn't do a single thing for me, why do I recommend it so highly?

I recommend SUCCESS Magazine not because of what it does for me, but because of what it challenges me to do for myself.

In case you missed that, let me say it again (you might want to read this slowly so you can let it really sink in):

I recommend SUCCESS Magazine not because of what it does for me,
but because of what it challenges me to do for myself.

Every personal and professional development resource we use is worthless unless we do something with it.

  • Read a great personal development book and then start another book without applying at least one principle and you just wasted a great book.
  • Attend a fantastic professional development conference, take a ton of notes, and then come back to your same old routine and you just flushed a lot of time and money down the drain.
  • Listen to a great podcast without acting upon what you hear and the sole value you receive is entertainment.

DO Something

The only way a resource like SUCCESS Magazine becomes meaningful is when you allow it to challenge you to DO something. When you capture a good idea and actually apply it, that's when a resource becomes a valuable, DREAM-to-DO resource.

So let's make this blog meaningful and valuable by making a commitment to one another. From now on when we read a personal development resource or attend a professional development conference, we will not move on to the next experience until we apply at least one idea.

Do we have a deal?

By the way, if you don't subscribe to SUCCESS Magazine, I highly recommend it! It won't do a thing for you, but it will challenge you to do some great things for yourself.

 

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