Success is only meaningful and enjoyable if it feels like your own. - Michelle Obama
Welcome back to the weekly Work Management Roundup. This week, we focus on success. With the Olympics starting in just a week and the impact of that powerful speech made by our stunning First Lady, Michelle Obama, we thought it appropriate to cultivate the top tips and news surrounding success and achievement. 
Want to know Facebook's plans for delivering internet around the world, regardless of location or income? How about business tips for being successful on Instagram? Or what about how to make meetings successful for both managers and "makers"? Read on! 
The 5 Lessons I Learned from the Olympics (Huffington Post): Olympians follow rigorous practice schedules and strict diets in hopes for winning gold every four years. Although a majority of us are not Olympic athletes, there's a lot we can learn from their preparation, dedication, and endurance
Facebook Takes Flight (The Verge): Mark Zuckerberg and team are working on a drone named Aquila who will bring internet to all 7 billion people around the world. Initial goals will be to launch the next generation of Facebook services, including artificial intelligence and virtual reality. This level of internet access will provide impoverished communities with opportunities to learn and connect like never before. 
7 Tips for Success for Social Entrepreneurs (Forbes): Learn what it takes to get to the top from a hard-working CEO in the chocolate industry. With perseverance and a powerful mission, Divine Chocolate's Sophi Tranchell was able to stand up to her top competitors and be successful in one of the most delicious industries in the world. 
What Business Owners Should Be Doing on Instagram (Fortune): Did you know that posts with visual content are now 40x more likely to be shared on social media? If your business doesn't have an Instagram account, then you could be missing out on some loyal brand followers. Discover why the key to Instagram success lies in understanding the difference between "advertising" and "Instagramming"
Meetings That Work for Both Managers and Makers (Harvard Business Review): When it comes to meetings, it's all about quality over quantity. However, managers require different meeting outcomes than their contributors. Learn how to conduct a successful meeting that ends with both managers and makers knowing what to do next. 

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