What is success, what measurements are used to determine success? Success is an individual goal.
If you asked a thousand people how to define success, you’d get a thousand different answers. There is no right or wrong answer. The only absolute is that you must identify your own, individual purpose in life. Successful people are constantly changing, growing, learning new things, and improving themselves.
We will never be “finished” learning and growing as people. Once you achieve a goal, don’t just rest there–raise the bar, it’s part of a self-fulfilling cycle.
People, who share the same aspirations, can help each other rise to greater heights than we could have ever imagined reaching on our own.
Successful people don’t wish to simply create the best outcome for themselves. A truly successful person is one who wants to leave a lasting, positive legacy. A successful person achieves their goals, and then lends a hand to help others achieve more.
The career path will not always be easy. More often than not, our work will challenge us and force us to do things with which we might not be 100 percent confident.
We must set clear, defined and realistic goals for ourselves. However, the means by which we achieve those goals are oftentimes much more greater.
Each person’s understanding of success will be different, depending on the situation in which that person finds themselves. However, fundamentally, these core principles will always serve as the building blocks of success.