I will be the first to admit that the internet is cluttered with thousands upon thousands of blogs, some which are fabulous and some which are, well, not as popular. So, you may be wondering, “what makes Success Strivers special?” If that is what you are questioning, then great critical analysis skills (you probably know how important these are when you are striving to beat the odds and find success) because indeed success takes innovation, and innovation takes deep understanding of what it is you are revolutionizing–whether it is your own life or that of the planet. So I will get to the point and answer, Success Strivers is different from the rest of the blogosphere because of our unique approach to exploring and linking success. Blog posts here not only end with feedback (or hopes of it), they start with insight–from people like you.
In a nutshell, this means I personally will take the time to unveil things like what makes a leader click and how he or she is such a striver, all the while seeking advice and inspiration for you. When able to I will also share their idols, along with what the role of money is in his or her definition of success, whether he or she is happy, and does he or she feel that success has been achieved? The point to these somewhat personal and seldom publicly revealed answers, among others I may ask, is to inspire and reaffirm success in the striving community because we all have much to offer.
In sum, Success Strivers is worth your time because along with advice I use first-hand views to highlight the different roadmaps and spirits of success, which inevitably leads to personal connections. This is unique because other blog sites commonly discuss issues, and rarely delve into the people moving and shaking resulting decisions, along with how they got there. Plus, this candid approach to discussing striver’s experiences, goals, and insight, together with the networking bridge Success Strivers hopes to be makes this place unique, just like the podium that your striving self deserves. So basically the logic for staying tuned is simple: with more information–like about success strivers and their approaches, we can decide for ourselves what it is that we are really striving for and which routes are best for us.
For more information please check out the About page, email me at LeaW@sfsu.edu, and/or keep checking back for updates, which I will post weekly.
Also, be sure to check out these other great blogs: Newvine Growing, Actspot, and Adventures in Growing.