We all want success. We want to be successful and feel successful. A lot of people chase money, fame, power, education, relationships and a thousand other things without ever stopping to ask one essential question: What, actually, is success?
Few people pause to consider what it truly means to achieve success in their own lives.
If we do not know the answer to this question, we can end up climbing the wrong ladder and pursue someone else’s version of success. We get to the top only to discover we climbed the wrong mountain. We achieve our goals only to realize they were the wrong ones.
Many people hold a very narrow definition of success. They think it’s about building wealth, having the perfect relationship, launching a billion-dollar business or amassing a large social media following.
Many people have fought and struggled to the top only to feel miserable and burned out once they get there. They’re unhappy because they pursued the wrong definition of success—one that didn’t match their values
Many people measure success in business according to their income, If your job provide a substantial monetary reward but you don’t enjoy what you do, can this really be called successful?
Being successful in work may include not only enjoying what you do but also creating value for others.
Your success will never be measured by amount of money you have in the bank. It will always be measured by how much impact have you had on society?
How many lives have you impacted positively?