When is a success post a success post? We all have smaller and bigger achievements and successes. Perhaps daily, perhaps weekly perhaps monthly.

There is this button to say if it is a success post.

I define a success post as related to WA that I made money. Because that's the stuff I would want to read under success.

I bet however that many more have clicked on success when they achieved a smaller goal. OR not?

I have not dared to click on it, even though I have passed several smaller non financial goals...

What about you?


EDIT: Clarification for those not knowing what I am talking about:

When you write a new blog, a green button is always there on the bottom of the post. The green button says "success post?"

So when should I use this button?

I have so far never clicked on it, because I see a success post as a monetary achievement.

The stuff that says to people:

"Hey, doing stuff from what you learned within WA, WORKS!"

But I see also "success posts" appearing that are not monetary goals. Felt a few times reading them like, "hey, that's not the type of success I was looking for when I clicked on the category success posts" even though they are also smaller successes..

In other words: What did Kyle and Carson mean by success post?

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Sqwee Premium
I've been wondering this myself! Thanks for asking!
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ownonlboss Premium
you are welcome. TheBuilder made a post on this and I posted a suggestion on this blog:
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ETZEL Premium
I'm not that far yet !

Greets,

Attila
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ownonlboss Premium
but have you used that button?
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accad Premium
Success can be monetary or not. It can be just a simple change of point of view. I haven't yet used the success button.
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ownonlboss Premium
I agree that successes can be small or big, but since you didn't use the success button yet, did you never achieve anything or do you also reckon the green button to be there for monetary successes? Or is this more a story of anxiety of using such public button?
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billyghawaii Premium
A success post is one that talks about an achievement in meeting a milestone in one's goals.
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ownonlboss Premium
I agree, but does that mean you have clicked the success button all these times?
I mean I will be so honest as to say that I have achieved something every day. But I do really not press that button everyday.
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billyghawaii Premium
It's like winning the race is a success but not counting every step you took as a success? It would be like, finishing all your classes but not every time you added a check mark. If you feel its a success no one will tell you otherwise cause we don't know what you had went through to make it!
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ownonlboss Premium
true! thanks for your explanation!
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TheBuilder Premium
Can you please be more explicit, I can't get what your need is.
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ownonlboss Premium
when you write a new blog, a green button is always there on the bottom of the post. The green button says "success post?"

So when should I use this button?

I have so far never clicked on it, because I see a success post as a monetary achievement.

The stuff that says to people:

"Hey, doing stuff from what you learned within WA, WORKS!"

But I see also "success posts" appearing that are not monetary goals. Felt a few times reading them like, "hey, that's not the type of success I was looking for when I clicked on the category success posts" even though they are also smaller successes..

In other words: What did Kyle and Carson mean by success post?
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TheBuilder Premium
Now I understand what you mean.

Well as far as Kyle and Carson's meaning about it I can't tell, but for me success is relative.

It depends on members: as for you it's money goal only but for me it means a lot; for different people it may means different things.

This is my opinion about it and I understand yours as well.
You just give me an idea. I'll write a blog about it.
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ownonlboss Premium
saw your blog about it ;) nice one! saw your blog even on the front page (without login) so that's cool! Feel free to mention me ;-)
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TheBuilder Premium
Sure I will. I wanted to mention you, but I hesitated without your permission.
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ownonlboss Premium
no problemo. Now I have mentioned you in the comment on Kyle's blog ;)
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