Tuesday, May 1, 2007

In search of success?

There is no point aiming for success if you don't actually know what success means.

Most importantly - what it means to YOU.

Each of us will have a different measure of success. For one student it might be getting an A+, for another it might be passing, and another it might be getting out of bed after a big night out.

Money on its own is very rarely an accurate a measure of success.

Spend the time to work out what real success means to you. If it doesn't "feel" right, it probably isn't. Keep working on it until it "feels" right.

Not knowing what success looks like can be compared to going for a drive in the car without knowing what destination you are going to. You can still travel without actually going anywhere.

Once you work out where you want to go, then you can develop the plan to get there.

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