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Reproduced with permission of the author. Charles Marcus is an international motivational speaker. For more information on Charles, please visit his website at www.cmarcus.com. Copyright 2007-2011. All rights worldwide reserved.

Each newsletter includes feature articles, recommended reading, quotes and other valuable information.

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Vol. 13, Number 3 July August 2014

We live in a world where ordinary is the norm in most cases, where customer service is average at best. Thankfully there are exceptions, and I would like to share one WOW experience I had recently.

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Vol 14, Number 2 March-April, 2014

Charles shares his perspective on 5 things that have contributed to his success as a speaker. His ideas transcend the speaking industry to other industries and roles.

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Vol 14, Number 1, January 2014

January – the start of a fresh new year. This is a wonderful time to take stock and reflect on the year gone by, the triumphs you achieved, the times you shared with family and friends, the good choices you made in business. But in order to grow and develop both personally and professionally, you also have to look back at and acknowledge the things that challenged you, the things that did not go so well.

There is nothing wrong with setbacks, in fact, I believe that if we don’t have obstacles to overcome along the way we won’t learn and grow. Thomas Watson, the founder of IBM, once said, “If you want to increase your rate of success, you better be prepared to increase your rate of failure.”

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Vol 13, Number 5, November-December 2013

Everybody knows about Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, two boys in their 20’s who chose to leave promising careers with computer gaming innovator, Atari, to take a risk to start Apple. Few, however, are as familiar with the 40 year old who also left Atari for Apple, to play the role of the maturer and responsible business partner to the innovators.

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