The road to success is always under construction; share your equations for success — and learn some new ones.

Derek Simmons6 months ago
Final Is Not Final
In 2013, I was faced with a bit of a personal dilemma. I had just started training for my first full-time job when it was announced that Maximilian of Yo video games would be the MC for the Xbox One L...
Marcus Azaria6 months ago
Keep Your Chin Up
Take a sip of some fruity tea, breath in the fresh air, and allow your gratefulness to sift in and out. If you look where you came from and see how far you have come. Give yourself a pat on the back. ...
Remarkable People6 months ago
The Rabbit Hole of Perfection
Every generation has been sold a bill of goods about how they should strive to live their lives. In the 1970s, people were promised a life of leisure and freedom at 55, if they worked hard for 35 year...
EJ L6 months ago
Finding My Path
This is my logo. This signed my fate and sealed the deal of my future. I should be excited and thrilled. I should be overjoyed, I’m 23 and starting my own business. Yet, I’m not. Instead, doubt fills ...
Ntokozo Masilela6 months ago
Failure, Faith, and the Victim
I remember it as though it all happened a day ago. I was in 12th grade and I chose not to apply to as many colleges/universities as I should have. Instead, I concluded that one application was enough....
Brooke Nanai6 months ago
What a Butterfly Taught Me About Success
It's February, and this is around the time people are starting to give up on their New Year's resolutions (if they haven't already). It got me thinking about goals, and why so many of us don't reach t...
Joseline Burns6 months ago
Novel Motivation
If you are a new writer hoping to make a career, there’s no doubt that the Romance genre is your best chance to make money with your novels. It’s relatively easy to self-publish your work these days, ...
Bethany Ashlyn7 months ago
My Nighttime Routine for Success
There are certain things and chores I do each day that create a space for success to build. These routines, if not done, can sometimes lead to a morning filled with exhaustion and chaos. While they ha...
Spencer Schmidt7 months ago
You're So Close!
Filled with enthusiasm and fire but can't seem to use it correctly for your goals? You aren't alone! I am just one person out of hundreds of people who want to succeed badly but sometimes struggle to ...
Will Edwards7 months ago
'The Seven Keys to Success'
“Success means having the courage, the determination, and the will to become the person you believe you were meant to be.” - George Sheehan
TJ Neal8 months ago
7 Books for Millennial Leader Greatness
I applaud all the millennial leaders, who are defying the rumors about how we are spoiled, entitled, and behind other generations. I respect you for leading in spite of the noise and being inspiration...
Sara Marie8 months ago
Authentically Me
Authentically Me… “There is nothing I need to SEE There is nothing I need to SEEK There is nothing, but what I BE That can COMPLETE ME” This mantra came to me while driving. I chose to leave the house without my cell phone, I left the music off in the car, and I just listened to the universe. A resounding message of just being authentically me. It’s the beginning of 2019 and although 2018 was a difficult year, it was not bad. I learned so much about my strength, my true purpose, and I experience...
Nicole Addison8 months ago
Learn How to Make Stress Your Best Friend
When was the last time that you’ve experienced stress? A week ago? Yesterday? Maybe even right now? Regardless of when it occurred, stress is obviously not the greatest feeling, both psychologically a...
Jesse Cung8 months ago
The Greatest Dream I Ever Had
Dreaming is one of the most common forms of hallucinations experienced by our conscious minds. It is also one of the most powerful, to the point where it is life-changing for many individuals includin...
Zachary Boulanger8 months ago
It Takes Grit
You can do anything... if you work for it.
Charlotte Mason8 months ago
The Law of Process: Daily Construction
I sanded on my industrial arts project for what felt like an eternity. I knew the teacher was right. I had seen my dad’s woodwork. In the end it was worth the time to hear, “Wow! I’ve never seen somet...
Joel Eisenberg8 months ago
Stripping Bare for Public Consumption: You Think It’s Easy Being a Writer?
Writers are, by and large, a bold lot. The women pictured above were inspired by a similarly empowering visual of the musical group, Little Mix. The insults scrawled on their bodies, as with those of ...
Anne Reboa9 months ago
22 Lessons I've Learned by 22
Life isn't automatically happy. You have to bring happiness to your life. Genuine people are rare. Few people are raised correctly, and few have any regard for those who aren't themselves. Remain as g...