Success, what? Success! — Easy words

What if someone asks you, “what you feel about success?” What would be your response? Most of us feel that being a success is a great thing, and truly indeed is. Talking of success, people usually think of material benefits, happiness or accomplishments. Success can include even much more.

So, what really is success?

Success can come in many different ways, it just depends on the concept. If you want to be successful in your life, then the very first thing you should do is to take the time to decide exactly what “success” means to you. Never mind what it means to anyone else, never. Just focus on what it means to you.

To many the epitome of being a success is earning a lot of money. In fact, society seems to base the whole concept of success primarily by how much money a person earns. Many so-called successful people are very unhappy in their personal life.

That’s what you think of as being a success?

Having a personal definition of what success means to you, and then setting goals accordingly, is the only way to make yours achievements truly meaningful. Persevering to succeed according to somebody else’s standard may win you the admiration of others, but will it bring you a sense of personal accomplishment?

If you want to be a successful personal on a level that makes you feel truly satisfied, then I encourage you to take some time right now to write down your personal definition of success. Be specific for each are of your life.

Think about what being financially and emotionally successful would feel like. What kind of relationships would represent successful relationships to you? Once you’ve achieved some success in these areas, how will you spend your time, your money, and your energy? Who would you spend them with? Family, or maybe “life partner”?

Be clear on what success is for you

If the concept of being a personal success sounds great to you, try taking the first step today, worth giving a try. Discover your personal definition of success and write it down. You will feel more successful immediately. Here’s the main point to take away from this article: Success is multifaceted, personal concept. By defining what that concept represents to you personally, and by taking the time to write it down, you will automatically move your life in the direction of success.

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