How do you define success?
Do you define success by how much money you have in your bank account, or do you define success by the happiness and joy that fills your heart?
I agree with MickS, every day above ground is a successful day in my book.
By analyzing what areas in their lives are successful. Family, relationships, finances, career, fashion, education, emotional intelligence, etc. Someone can be successful in career and fashion but lack in education and relationships. Are they happy? Are those around them happy? Are they where they wish to be? It all depends on the person in question.
I define success at 2 levels: If I set out to do something and I succeed, that's success.
Another level is our overall life. I am tempted to say happiness as a criteria, but I think contentment is more apt because you can't have contentment when you are not at ease with yourself. You can't have contentment when you are not healthy. You can't have contentment when your life is not balanced. Neither can you have contentment when you have to worry about your bills everyday. But you can have all the money in the world, and yet you may not have contentment.
by akuigla 10 months ago
Define success in one word.Is it having children?Or be respected in the community?Having college diploma.Be in harmony with self.
by Ricki-Lee Keeley 2 years ago
How do you define success?
by Erick Hernandez 9 months ago
I went to college, but failed. I went to ITT Tech, but failed. I'm asking a simple question: Is college a requirement for success in the modern world?
by Sarah Tario 20 months ago
How would you define success?I want to know a different perspective of people, I love to here some answer from 60 plus yrs old people or those who are in their midlife ??????
by Zohaib Butt 8 months ago
My question :-How you define ur success....?only I want to know how much work is neened for success
by TheBlondie 7 years ago
Which is more important: happiness or success?
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