Learn From Mountaineers, You Can’t Reach Your Summit Alone
We aren’t online coaches who stand on the sideline shouting plays or strategies to help you become successful. We aren’t a group of internet gurus who sit atop our mountain withholding or sage advice unless you’re willing to fork over a substantial amount of cash.
Instead, we are Shrpas who embrace your journey as our own and ensure you reach your summit, no matter what.
I used to think the secret to success was sheer determination and hard work.
After years of what I thought was sheer determination and hard work, I still found myself marginally better than where I began.
Why didn’t I have anything to show after years of blogging? Why couldn’t I hit any of my goals? What was I missing?
And not just a community of Facebook fans or Twitter followers, I lacked a small-knit community of people willing to help me reach my dreams, no matter what.
That all changed last year after meeting just one other blogger who aspired as I did to write a book. We collaborated on a few writing projects before coming across an up-and-coming entrepreneur.
We met weekly to discuss our goals, failures, strategies, and successes. Soon things seemed a bit different.
Goals were hit. Aspirations grew larger. Failures strengthened instead of wounded.
Eventually, our group grew to four and remained that way until today. None of us are experts in our respective fields. None of us know where all of our efforts are leading.
But all of us are better because we have each other.
It sounds cliche, but you can’t do it alone. You can’t set out on your own journey, whether personal or professional, and expect to make significant strides without the help of a few people.
The lone artist is a myth. The self-made man is a paradox.
You need someone in your life who is committed to your journey. You need someone who is willing to climb your mountain with you.
That’s why I created SHRPA.
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Hello, my name is Declan. I’m a husband, father, writer, and founder of SHRPA.
My mission is to get 1,000 people serious about going after their goals and dreams.