Success is a business magazine in the United States published by Success Partners L.P. (formerly VideoPlus). According to the company, the magazine is "designed specifically to serve the growing entrepreneur," and provides personal and professional development.
Success was established in 1897 by Orison Swett Marden as a manifesto for his “New Thought Philosophy,” which taught positive thinking, life skills and discipline. During its early years, Success contained literary contributions of several notable new thought writers such as Napoleon Hill and W. Clement Stone.
Success was acquired by VideoPlus L.P. in 2007. VideoPlus, established in 1987, produces educational and marketing materials for the direct selling industry, as well as sponsored and custom publications.