DALLAS, Oct. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — After the bombing at Ariana Grande’s concert in Manchester, England, earlier this year, Scooter Braun, her manager, knew they had to do something.

In the November issue of SUCCESS, SB Projects Founder Scooter Braun talks about feeling the need to stand up, make a difference and ignite change.

Braun had an idea. He says it was a big idea—a crazy one—but the right thing: a benefit show in response to the tragedy that occurred. Within a matter of 24 hours, he pulled together some of the world’s biggest artists including Justin Bieber, the Black Eyed Peas and Pharrell Williams among others to come together and stand up against hate. The concert—held less than two weeks later—ended up raising over $23 million for the British Red Cross.

That’s the power of Scooter Braun.

In this issue of SUCCESS, you will learn about Braun’s past, present and future. You’ll discover the path that led Braun to the wild success he is today. You’ll learn about his keen eye for talent, which led him to discover Justin Bieber, and set him on a trajectory to manage some of the country’s most well-known artists. You’ll also learn about his future plans for inspiring change in society. Braun’s not quite sure what that change is yet, but he knows he needs to do something. “I’m feeling like I’m at this point in life where… I have to get up and do something.”

“If you really love someone, you can’t be angry if they don’t love you the same way. You got to just love them because you love them, not because you’re expecting anything back in return.”

—Scooter Braun tells SUCCESS in the November 2017 issue

Also Inside This Issue
November is the Gratitude issue of SUCCESS. Giving thanks and being thankful are integral parts of being a happy, healthy and successful person. This issue of the magazine will give you all of the tools you need to ensure gratitude is front and center in your life. From tips for how to add value to others to insight on the nine people you need in your life to succeed, you’ll come away from this issue ready to make a difference.

  • Good Gracious: Research shows people with gratitude in their lives are actually healthier. Learn how to be more thankful so you can reap the healthy rewards.
  • My Grandma: Our editor’s essay about the lessons her 90-year-old grandmother taught her about purpose, persistence, independence and love.
  • Compassion Knit: Read about Love Your Melon, a beanie company that exemplifies the concept of giving back.

For full stories, pick up the November issue, on newsstands October 10. For more information about SUCCESS Magazine and additional personal development content, visit www.success.com.

SUCCESS magazine is a national newsstand publication and your guide to personal and professional development through inspiration, motivation and training. SUCCESS inspires 2 million readers a month, and has a total social reach of 5 million fans. SUCCESS magazine was founded in 1897 by influential thinker Orison Swett Marden. It is owned by Dallas-based SUCCESS Partners founded by Stuart Johnson.

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