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article imageMr. Media Radio: Darren Hardy, publisher, 'Success' magazine Special

By Bob Andelman     Aug 2, 2009 in Business
It’s a tough time to be in the business of publishing newspapers and magazines. But there are some subject areas that thrive in hard economic times. Like success.
Because while the sky is falling all around some of us, others see the silver lining in clouds and the word “opportunity” written everywhere they look.
To that end, I’ve invited Darren Hardy to be my gust on today’s show. Hardy is the publisher of Success magazine, a publication that shares with us the case histories of entrepreneurs that rise up above the fray and succeed against all odds.
Success magazine serves the growing demand from an elevated subset of entrepreneurs and small-business owners seeking to gain a competitive edge in business and life. It features today’s leading CEOs, entrepreneurs and personal-achievement experts offering practical advice, ideas and training in business leadership, wealth building, well-being, relationships and giving back. Each issue includes a bound-in DualDisc™ (CD & DVD in one) with outstanding personal-achievement content from leading experts.​
Success is distributed nationally via mail and selected newsstand outlets to a rate base of 250,000 readers. Total audience reach is more than 1 million.​
Hardy joined the magazine in September 2007. Hardy previously held executive positions at two personal development-focused television networks: he was Owner, Executive Producer and Master Distributor for an affiliate of The People’s Network, and President of, The Success Training Network (no affiliation with Success magazine). Hardy has been the President/CEO or private-equity investor in several other multimedia companies. Hardy embodies success: an entrepreneur since age 18, he was a self-made millionaire by 27.
You can LISTEN to this interview with SUCCESS magazine publisher DARREN HARDY by clicking the audio player above!
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