DALLAS, Dec. 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- When Chip and Joanna Gaines—the beloved married couple behind the popular HGTV show Fixer Upper—announced that this season would be the couple's last, viewers across the country were shocked. People wondered why, with millions of viewers each episode, the couple would decide to leave the show at the peak of its success.
In an exclusive interview with SUCCESS, Chip talks about the couple's bold decision. He says their children are nearing their teenage years, and time with family is something he and Joanna didn't want to regret missing out on. "Jo and I just realized in our hearts that as much as we love Fixer Upper, as much as we love the honor that we have felt with this show basically introducing us to the country, if not the world, we want to make sure we're here for our family during really crucial, pivotal points in this journey," Chip says.
This in-depth cover story from SUCCESS contributing editor Amy Anderson also gives readers a detailed look at how Chip got to where he is today. He never feared risk-taking, always worked hard and continuously trusted his gut, which all contributed to the success he and Joanna have seen.
Learn about the success behind not only Fixer Upper, but also the couple's myriad businesses, including Magnolia Market. Discover the secrets for how Chip and Joanna maintain a happy, healthy and thriving marriage. And most importantly, read about what the future holds for Chip and Joanna.
"Despite the fact that this is extremely risky and maybe even a little bit irresponsible, I feel like it's going to be the right decision for our family moving forward."
—Chip Gaines tells SUCCESS in the January 2018 issue
Also Inside This Issue
January is the Renovation issue of SUCCESS. Right in time for the New Year, this issue will give you all of the tools and strategies you need to make big, bold changes in 2018. You'll learn how to avoid the fear of rejection, embrace change and set solid resolutions. You'll discover the trick to getting a fresh start and maintaining a positive attitude no matter what life throws your way.
- The SUCCESS 25: We've filtered through the best of the best to identify the top 25 leaders in personal development from 2017. From Gabrielle Bernstein to Dave Ramsey, this is a list you won't want to miss.
- Enough Is Enough: Regular SUCCESS contributor Michael Graff searches for meaning during a stay with his childhood best friend in this moving, heartfelt essay.
- Brain Games: One of the most important things you can do in 2018 is keep your brain sharp. Dive into this feature, which has a creativity exercise for every month of the upcoming year.
For full stories, pick up the January issue, on newsstands December 5. For more information about SUCCESS Magazine and additional personal development content, visit www.success.com.
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