Blog Archive for Tag: nobel prize

Why Teamwork Is Necessary to Success

December 18th, 2014

What does it take to be successful? This is the question people have been asking for centuries—maybe even millennia. As I pondered this question myself, I thought of the number of successes I’ve been fortunate to experience in my life. Perhaps my greatest lifetime achievement—aside from my family—is my Nobel ...

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Dr. Lou Ignarro Answers Your Heart Health Questions: Supplements and the Heart

May 15th, 2014

Since launching the Heart Health Initiative just last year, there has been an incredible response. Today, I’d like to answer to some of the questions I’ve received in the comments on HeartHealthInitiative.com and through other places like Twitter, Facebook and e-mail. I love responding to your questions, so let’s get ...

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Your Breakthrough Moment Is Coming!

February 24th, 2014

Everyone working towards a long-term goal needs one thing: perseverance. Losing weight, building a business, finding financial freedom, or any other great achievement will include setbacks. There will be moments of disappointments. There will be failures. But if you can push through those experiences, there will also be times of ...

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The History of the Nobel Prize

September 23rd, 2013

What do Martin Luther King, Jr., Albert Einstein, Linus Pauling, Marie Curie and Mother Teresa have in common? They’ve all received one of the most prestigious awards in the world: the Nobel Prize. I consider myself fortunate to be counted among them—people I admire and who have made a real ...

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