The cover of the December 2011 issue of SUCCESS magazine features an international businessperson who’s revolutionized a method of shipping products. Known as a voice for the little people, this cover personality has a dedicated team but isn’t afraid to roll up his sleeves and take the reins to get things done. He goes by the name of Santa Claus!
Who needs elves when Santa's got Groupon? Read all about how daily deal sites have changed the retail sales landscape. See how your business can get in on the action. It's SUCCESS magazine's holiday gift to you!
Co-worker disagreements and friction can have a disastrous effect on workplace productivity and more. Understanding the dynamic between workers—and your role in it—is the focus of the feature, "When Colleagues Drive You Crazy." Discover steps you might take to keep the peace and restore harmony.
The issue also includes a profile of Tony award-winning actress Kristen Chenoweth, who has never forgotten her Oklahoma roots and the people who encouraged her to shoot for the stars, as well as features on comedian George Lopez, actress Marlee Matlin, professional sports executives Brett and Michael Yormark, and Rowland H. Macy, the father of the department store. Plus, read a tribute to Steve Jobs from biographer Carmine Gallo, learn about some great holiday traditions, and check out the must-have tech gadgets in our 2011 Holiday Gift Guide. And much more!
The SUCCESS CD inserted in each magazine features two personalities you know and one we're excited to introduce you to! Tavis Smiley's name fits his personality. But he is the last person to toot his own horn. In fact, he shouts his failures from the mountaintop. In an exclusive interview with Darren Hardy, Smiley will tell you why you should shout about your failures too. Darren also interviews best-selling author Harvey Mackay, who shares some of the selling secrets from his new book, The Mackay MBA of Selling in the Real World. Also, leadership expert John C. Maxwell, in the first of a six-month series, discusses the timeless principles of leadership from his latest book, The 5 Levels of Leadership.