Just a quick clarification, the woman being described has accomplished all of the things mentioned. I included blogger because her blog received some awards and recognition. I apologize for not making that clear from the start!
Ok serious answer... In theory, yes I'd be open to it (assuming she's physically attractive).
Honestly though, none of that stuff really matters to me. Like its impressive but they aren't really things that matter to me in a significant other. I want someone who is attractive, fun, pleasant, and can hold a conversation. Someone who is a lawer/ceo/blogger is just excessive. She's probably not going to be the most pleasant or easygoing person to be around either.
I can't hold a candle to her acomplishments and I know most women want a man equally as acomplished as they are.
Also I'm not a huge fan of bloggers or lawyers. I get the vibe a lot of those women go through men pretty quickly so I guess I could be one if her boy toys for the month but I wouldn't want to try to build anything serious with her.
Most likely I'd prefer to just be platonic friends with her if anything.
I don't see how being a blogger has anything to do with being successful.
But yeah I would date a successful woman, as we matched well. I think its a small bonus, definitely better than dating someone who was fully dependent on you financially and couldnt really do anything on her own. Also it would be less likely that she would try to rob me blind if we ever got divorced. But her being successful isn't a huge deal and I won't automatically be interested in you just because you're successful.
I would date a successful woman. Economic success speaks well of a woman's character traits. Still, women care more about the socioeconomic status of their partner than guys do, so whether the relationship is successful wouldn't depend on how I felt about her success at all. It would depend on how she felt about my situation relative to hers.
Assuming that I am actually planning to be a successful woman (and already am quite successful so far) it would be kind of hypocritical of me to not date a successful person, right? To go even further I would say that a successful/ambitious person is actually my preference.