About This Website
If you are a fan of Steve Pavlina – or if you are just discovering his insightful and eye-opening blog – here’s a whole new way to “hear” his message!
This website will feature all of Steve Pavlina’s blog posts, in both written and audio format. You’ll also find all of his podcasts and videos on the site as well, as well as links back to his original posts and links back to the corresponding forums.
Please note that this site is in no way affiliated with Steve Pavlina, or his blog. In December of 2010, Steve Pavlina released all copyrights to his materials. Since I prefer to listen to important and interesting information, I decided to record all of Steve’s blog posts, which number over 1200 and continue to grow.
In the beginning, I thought I would simply record the blog posts for my own use, but that seemed like a lot of work. Why not record them and offer them up for anyone to listen to? And so this website was born.
I will be adding all of Steve’s blog posts to this site. Some will be free to listen to and download. If you wish to access all of the recorded blog posts, both from the past – which are timeless, and still extremely relevant today – as well as future posts, a full library will be offered on a subscription basis. I’ll also be working on getting these into iTunes, and maybe even make them available via an iPhone app – but that’s in the future.
A portion of all proceeds will go to Steve Pavlina, and a portion will be donated to charity.
About Steve Pavlina
Steve Pavlina is widely recognized as one of the most successful personal development bloggers on the Internet, attracting more than two million monthly readers to his website, StevePavlina.com. He has written more than 1000 articles and recorded many audio programs on a broad range of self-help topics, including productivity, relationships, and spirituality. Steve has been quoted as an expert by theNew York Times, USA Today, U.S. News & World Report, the Los Angeles Daily News,Self Magazine, and The Guardian. He is also a frequent guest on radio and Internet radio shows.
Steve’s book Personal Development for Smart People was published by Hay House in 2008 and has been translated into a dozen different languages. It hit the Amazon.com top 100 list months before it was released.
Steve’s passionate pursuit of personal growth began while sitting in a jail cell. Arrested for felony grand theft at age 19 and expelled from school, the full weight of responsibility for his life came crashing down upon him. In an attempt to overcome his out-of-control kleptomania addiction, he decided the best course of action was to go to work on himself.
Since then Steve has become one of the most intensely growth-oriented individuals you’ll ever know. While intensively studying time management techniques, he earned college degrees in computer science and mathematics in only three semesters. In later years he founded a successful software company, developed award-winning computer games, ran the Los Angeles Marathon, trained in martial arts, and adopted a vegan diet.
Within a few years, Steve created one of the most popular personal development websites in the world without spending a dime on marketing or promotion. Some of his articles have been translated into more than a dozen different languages, benefitting readers from 150 countries.
Steve has a reputation for conducting unusual growth experiments, such as his polyphasic sleep trial, during which he slept only two hours per day for five and a half months, publicly documenting his results each step of the way.
Steve is an active member of the Transformational Leadership Council, a group of some of the world’s most influential leaders who pool their knowledge and resources to help create a more conscious, connected, and empowered world. As a member of TLC, Steve is also an ambassador of the World Peace Flame.
Steve currently lives in Las Vegas.
Steve’s life purpose is:
to care deeply, connect playfully, love intensely, and share generously;
to joyfully explore, learn, grow, and prosper;
and to creatively, brilliantly, and honorably serve the highest good of all.
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