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Unconventional Success

Updated on July 27, 2019
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I've been asked ,when is someone successful ? This article is the answer.

Unconventional Success

Success ?
Success is not defined by materialistic approaches. The unending drive that pushes you through the pits and trenches laid along your path is the constant want for success. Some of these trenches and pits are part of the test for you by an unseen deity controlling your life and whatever revolves around it. Some are the result of your own actions and mistakes you’ve made in the past.

The measure of how successful or unsuccessful a person is, can never be defined until the person is alive. Once the person is dead and showed everyone what he had left as his/her legacy then only can his/her success be measured.
You are not unsuccessful, not until you’ve died unsuccessful. You will be seen as a person striving for success until you have a quake in your heart rate.

People around you are the variables in the equation that determine the amount of success you might get.

>One are the dominating people ,their verdicts true to only themselves but still applicable to everyone around them.

>Others will be subdued and accepting towards the dominating people ,but still they will have an opinion of themselves but they are afraid of revealing it due to the expected reaction from the dominants.

>Then there is a third kind, the rebellious. They don’t take under consideration any verdict any underrating set by the dominant majority. They try to expand the notion of self-esteem ,They know they are different. These few rebels are afterwards known as heroes, legends and Gods towards their related field.

!! Success rate is the most among the third kind of people, despite their numbers being few.

!! Second comes the subdued who link themselves to a rebel ,they gain success by being under the shadow of a self-made tree ,free from the fear of wind and storm.

!! The dominants don’t get as much success as they think, they might be successful because of their hierarchy .But still despite their majority ,very little success rate is found among these people.

“The first two are the more probable molds you might want to be casted into, Never be the third one. They don’t want other people having what they can never achieve, Jealousy is and will always be unproductive.”


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