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Learn Personal Success Like a Boss

By: jwilder

No one gets a quality education by reading random articles on the Internet. A writer's job on the Internet is to entice you and entertain you. They dabble in a multitude of topics. These articles are light, repetitive, and are full of opinions, and even critical misunderstandings. Some seem to even enjoy mocking success principles, practices and even the teachers.

I started out reading articles on how to make money blogging. I wanted a legitimate means to make a side income. All I did was burn time and lose money. Sure, others made money, but the process for me was soul crushing. I did learn from my investment. I learned this was not the way for me.

The change for me came when I realized that what I was really looking for was how to make a difference. Rather than shelling out more money for SEO tools and blogging courses, I started investing in myself.

If you want to learn about personal success you need to know the complete story. What is success? Why pursue success? How do I become successful? What are the fundamentals? Where do I start? How do I retain what I learn?

Sadly, I cannot recommend anyone to follow on the Internet (I don't follow any one person). But I can recommend a book that will actually deliver on what success is and how to achieve it. The clearest, no nonsense book I have read about success is "Your Roadmap for Success" by John Maxwell.

Next I would recommend finding a community of like minded believers. You can also join me on the success journey! The best way to join me is to join my email group at jamesonsuccess.substack.com/welcome

To your success!

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James Wilder

I write about success principles and practices that help dreamers take action and achieve their goals! I believe that success is for anyone that truly desires it.


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