Monthly Archives: July 2017

011 Craigslist CEO Jim Buckmaster has 20 Billion Page Views & How to Deal with a Job You Hate



You may be working harder and longer, but are you working better? We share some interesting research that may surprise you.

Then, Craigslist CEO Jim Buckmaster says the real secret to their success is putting the customers way ahead of revenues. Yet they are still profitable.

Do you hate your job? Tim Irwin, author of Run with the Bulls Without Getting Trampled (http://amzn.to/2vKSK05) has a plan to help you change that.

Plus, the 60 second story of a school teacher who starts a toy company, and turns playtime into pay time.

By the way, you’d be doing me a huge favor if you would leave a rating and review about this podcast on iTunes. Here is the link. It’ll just take a moment and it would mean a lot to me: http://www.SuccessJournalReview.com.


010 How to Keep Your Cool in High Pressure Situations & Challenge Yourself for Extraordinary Results



Want to sell more of something?  We share the story of a man who let customers name his product, and it earned him a fortune.

Then, Daniel McGinn, author of Psyched Up (http://amzn.to/2gOpoui), reveals the mindset secrets of awesome performance under pressure.

And if you ever feel stuck in a rut, author Judi Moreo explains how to challenge yourself for extraordinary results.

Plus, the three keys of persuasion that can eliminate skepticism and get others to buy into your ideas.


009 Steve Wozniak, Co-Founder of Apple & Phrases To Avoid Saying at All Costs



What are some common phrases that result in self-sabotage?  We share the phrases to avoid, from an expert on power words .

Then, a fascinating conversation with Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple and inventor of the personal computer. He’s the author of iWoz: Computer Geek to Cult Icon (http://amzn.to/2viIRFP).

Plus, the 60-second Success Journal story of a product created for the military that’s now found in almost every kitchen.


008 Scott Adams on The Dilbert Principle & Why People Are So Confused about Money



How big a role does luck play in success?  We share a scientific study that may surprise you. And you’ll hear a 1996 interview with Dilbert Creator Scott Adams (http://amzn.to/2tXteXT). Plus, the 60 second Success Journal story of a marketer who turned a truckload of useless goo into a fortune, and it’s likely you were a customer. Then, Robert Kiyosaki, bestselling author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad (http://amzn.to/2tXDP59) explains why so many people don’t understand money.