Millennial Success isn’t an inspirational site, even though you’ll be inspired. It’s an action site.

My intention is to help you achieve success in every area of your life: career, fitness, self-love, relationships. But you won’t achieve that success by scrolling through a dozen articles, feeling inspired, then doing absolutely nothing with what you’ve learned. You’ve got to plan these action steps into a better tomorrow.

So if you’re not gonna use these articles to improve your life, leave now.

Because I’m not here to inspire you. I’m not here to make you feel better. I’m here to help you inspire and uplift and direct yourself so that you’re not stuck hating your life even though you’ve read a million inspiring blogs—like every other person.

How to read our articles

When you read a Millennial Success article, read it with notepad and pen ready to go—or a notes app open, as the case may be. And when you take notes on an action step—say, journaling—don’t stop there: plan the action step into your next day. Immediately. That’s the only way to actually do it and improve your life through it. It’s how I came to coach Inc. 500 executives and write for the best sites in the world after living on my mom’s beat up, old red-leather sofa only four years ago.

If you don’t have a planner, all you have to do is grab a blank-paged journal or sketchbook. Write down five goals for the next day—including nice, juicy checkboxes for when you complete the action. Then write down the habits that you’ll repeat every day—like meditating, and exercising. If that sounds too tedious, you can buy the Y-Planner here.

I’m serious—If you don’t plan on doing anything with my articles, find another site.

I’m not going to be a part of your digital distraction. You can visit every other site that doesn’t give a damn about your success. But if you’ve come for action steps and application, I will help you achieve a quality of life better than you can imagine. That’s a promise.