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How should success be measured?

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Some people think that success is measured in material possessions. Others think that success is measured in happiness – how many moments of joy you experience in your life. Still, others think that success is measured in fulfillment – how much of your potential you are using for gaining success? how many moments of joy you experience in your life.

In reality, success is measured differently for each person. For some, success is found in wealth. For others, success is found in contentment. For some, success is found in happiness. Success is a much-debated topic. I’ll explore different definitions of success and what they mean for you and your life. Success is not the result of a single event, but the sum of all the little things done consistently over time. Success is not a destination, but a journey. This journey is not a straight line, it’s a series of ups and downs, with some twists and turns along the way. What’s important is not the end result, but the process of getting there. The metric of success is often determined by the society in which we live. We live in a society that, for the most part, values money and fame.
Some people think that success means money. For example, if what we value is money, then we will inevitably measure success by how much money we have!

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