Best dating bloggers
Marie worked as a bartender, fitness instructor, and for NASDAQ, but never felt fully fulfilled.
She started a life coaching business online, and it slowly grew into a multi-million dollar business that teaches beginners how to succeed in life and start their own business.
His podcast has a format where he brings a successful guest on to be interviewed. Over time, it grew to be one of the largest personal blogs in the world.
His guests range from successful entrepreneurs to authors to spiritual teachers (kind of like Addicted 2 Success). Brain Pickings is borderline not personal development. The topics Maria writes about are often philosophical, esoteric, and intended to make you think. They include storytelling, history, love, powerlessness, courage, crisis, self-pity, and creativity.
He stands out with scientific and historical evidence in the footnotes of his articles.
Other than James Clear, Mark is one of the only top self help bloggers who writes long form, personal articles.
He soon discarded that path, moved to general men’s dating, and then, to self development in general.
It has evolved into a blog and business to help people in their 20s to 40s with earning more and becoming successful CEO’s.
Ramit’s flavor of personal development blog posts are hyper focused on getting raises, freelancing on the side, automating budgets, networking, and starting online businesses.