BYU professor Gilbert W. Fellingham presents six rules for success in life from the perspective of a statistician and coach.
There are times when even the best plans go awry. The one plan that we never need a backup for, though, is the restored gospel—God’s plan for our success.
In order to triumph over our modern problems, we need to be like Leonardo da Vinci and become life-long seekers of truth.
Jonathan O. Hafen encourages BYU graduates to stick together, quoting the proverb, "If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together."
In this commencement address, Elder Holland declares that the light of God's love is powerful enough to banish all shadows and forces of darkness.
The Lord desires your success and will empower you when you engage your mind in education and righteous activities.
Successful students have realistic but dogged determination to work through whatever challenges or difficulties face them. Failure can lead us to success.
As we seek to help others find success, we must develop eyes to see all flavors of human achievement and lend support, approval, and encouragement.
Jon M. Huntsman Sr. speaks of the need to be optimistic and of how following the gospel of Jesus Christ will lead us to happiness.
Arthur C. Brooks explains why charitable giving is more than just a good idea; science and faith agree that it makes us better and happier.
Elder Richard G. Scott offers his advice to graduates. He encourages them to pursue learning for the rest of their lives in order to find success.
We live in a day where comparing and competing are viewed as normal ways to get ahead in life, but we can overcome that mindset.
Clayton Christensen teaches about the dangers of success through the historic pattern of disruptive innovations that caused successful companies to stumble.
R. Lanier Britsch uses stories of past missionaries' experiences to honor their faithfulness and to define eternal success.
No one with any degree of spiritual sensitivity can stand at this place in the presence of such a concentration of devoted, righteous students, faculty, staff, and Church leaders and not feel overwhelmed with gratitude and appreciation. I am deeply moved in contemplation of what will occur in ensuing years from the experiences you will gain at this unique university. The students enrolled in this university have the potential for…
The Lord knows us individually and does not grade on a competitive "curve." We should not measure our worth by comparing ourselves to others.
If we visualize our success, ask for help, and learn from our mistakes or failures, we will find that we DO have what it takes to be successful.
However long and hard the road, we must be willing to endure with perseverance until we can claim sweet victory.
If we strive to experience excellence and endure here on earth, we will build character that will last throughout the eternities.
Many things have changed at BYU over the years, but not its formula for success: being worthy, seeking learning, working hard, and helping others.
The gospel is the plan God has given us for achieving eternal success. Here are some fundamentals for achieving both temporal and spiritual success.
You are here to expand your horizons—the horizons of your knowledge. experience, and character. Have the vision and confidence to strive for excellence.
Good work habits are essential to success. This applies to everything we do—from earning a living to the work we do at home, at school, or in church.
We can succeed in our spiritual and secular endeavors by following a pattern of happiness and success: planning, vision, faith, and simplification.
Every action has a consequence, so no work is truly unrewarded. Sterling W. Sill offers a formula to help us as we work for the treasures of heaven.
Sterling W. Sill shares a "formula" for success in life that students ought to master while receiving their education. Knowledge, skill, and personality are all key ingredients.
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Thomas L. Martin humorously describes the main events of his life and highlights how the hand of the Lord worked to help him reach all his righteous goals.
We build greatness are faith, education, industry, and cooperation. John A. Widtsoe explains that each cornerstone must be understood through a gospel lens.