Move Over MySpace: Online Social Networking ... With a Purpose

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Life Coach Plans to Change the World with the First Internet Self Development Social/Support Network.

These sites have no real purpose. They are only gathering points that ultimately leave the members to figure out what to do.

Millions of people worldwide have turned to large online social networks to, well, socialize, or to basically keep up-to-date on the latest trends in time wasting. With the success of the monolithic and others, new social format sites are entering the market, among the latest is

Most social networks are set up with the purpose of bringing together throngs of people to bombard them with advertisements. As Life Coach Devlyn Steele states, "These sites have no real purpose. They are only gathering points that ultimately leave the members to figure out what to do." Nevertheless, with all cynicism aside, these social networks are booming because they offer their members diverting activities to occupy their time.

But what if you could login to a social networking site and actually come away a better person, with a more rewarding life, a better job, and/or better relationships?

"The way we improve ourselves, and the world around us, is by changing how we think," explains Coach Steele, founder of the Tools To Life life-self improvement program. "The Internet offers this grand format that brings large groups of people together. That is why I have launched the first Self Development community,"

Like other online communities, is free to join and members receive a personal profile page that displays information about them, such as their gender, age, location, likes and dislikes, etc. Members also have access to community communication tools to interact with other members personally.

Unlike the other social networks, however, its members follow a daily life-improvement program with readings, video lessons and exercises to imbue them with sound habits and routines that work to improve the conditions of their lives. The community-based format encourages members to participate in the process by supporting and validating the progress of other members.

"As members are overcoming adversities and building better lives for themselves," explains Coach Steele, "they have a community with which to relate and derive support. Whatever area a member wishes to improve--finances, career, weight management, depression, relationships, addictions, anxiety, etc., will help them break through the barriers that stand between them and a better life. This is the true power of the Internet, which has been missed until now."

Coach Steele believes that the reason so many people struggle to overcome the barriers to a better life is clear. "Most people simply were never taught the tools to create the lives they want. With Tools To Life, they will finally have this education. People who lead fulfilling and rewarding lives are far less likely to lash out against others. They are more inclined to want to help others effect positive changes in their lives. War, hostility and hatred do not improve the world. You improve it by empowering people to develop better, more rewarding lives and by creating a positive setting where people can thrive."

Will Coach Steel change the world? was launched Oct 18th in beta and cost nothing to join. We will be watching to see the effects it has on its members, the Internet and the world.


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