What will be your success Rate? Can you really say you have become successful?

@chiyosan (29393)
April 2, 2010 8:54am CST
We all have our different careers... all of us live an entirely different life! Even brothers, or twins have no identical life situations - and yet some people still think of other people's successes as their failure. 1. What about you... in your life right now, can you truly say that you have become what you have dreamed of? 2. Are you clo0se enough to the life you have pictured when you are so much younger? 3. Do you think that even if you have not achieved your goals at 100% - are you still considering yourself to be successful, in general? 4. How can we say that we are successful.. is it when we have found our dream job? is it when we have made a happy family? is it when we have big savings account? What is success to you?
2 responses
@besthope44 (12146)
• India
6 Jul 10
Well i feel success is not rated in numbers, rather than the satisfaction of your efforts and a good fight.
@chiyosan (29393)
• Philippines
28 Jan 13
Appreciate your response to the discussion, thank you very much and have a nice day! see you around the site! =P
@ruperto (1552)
• Philippines
3 Apr 10
It seems success will be different things to different people. Some people find material success very important. I do not. Some people find social success very important. I partially agree. Some people find intellectual success very important. I partially agree. Some people find emotional success very important. Can we be happy non-stop? Some people find physical success very important. We can stay healthy aslong as we can. Some people find a healthy planet very important. I agree strongly. Some people find spiritual integrity as most important. I'd like to think success is a fulfilled spiritual life. In the course of our lives, it seems various forms of success will be achieved, but success in the spiritual sense seems to endure eternity and prevails even when time has ran out.
@chiyosan (29393)
• Philippines
4 Apr 10
thank you very much,, your response is very detailed, and i believe that yes, success in life varies and we all have our own measurements of what it means for us to be successful.