What is success is it ...

India
July 11, 2009 3:58am CST
Is geting a job in a multi national company with good salary success or owning a company with international recognition or simply having a peaceful harsel free life success.. Just want to know what is success for you or when you will feel you have acheived success....
3 responses
@bird123 (10525)
• United States
12 Jul 09
If you give love and kindness to everyone you meet, then help those you can and encourage those you can't, you are a success no matter how much money you make!!!!
• India
14 Jul 09
Thank you for your reply... Its good that you are looking at success as helping the needed .. this success is for the internal self conscious to feel proud...does the monetary matters never feel the success need??
11 Jul 09
Really, success is relative. To me success is having what i need when i need it.It is to be contented with what i have.It is not achieving all i ever dreamed of, but being contented with every step i make.
• India
14 Jul 09
Thank you for your reply.. According to me what you have define as your success is living life happily with what ever life gives us ... I think having big dreams and trying to achieve them or atleast achieving a part of every dream would be success and not allowing the dreams to diminish..
@pree_6 (435)
• India
11 Jul 09
I am basically a person who feels and take even small positive happenings as success..to me success has no particular definition..for instance,completing my day's work properly,getting appreciation from superiors,handling my team efficiently,cooking the unknown recepie properly..i want to be always happy and have a peaceful life..im happy and i feel i have acheived the purpose of living as all my desires are getting fulfilled one by one..every step i move forward in life i consider it as success..
• India
14 Jul 09
Thanks for your reply.. i do agree that success is maybe acheiving our day to day goals in peace and staying happy and contented. So you look at the picture of success as a stepping stone everyday necessity but what about our personal big dreams?