Success Vs Interest

September 13, 2017 11:19am CST
Suppose you have a deep interest in writing. Someone came and guaranteed you success if you join his free 6 month internship course. You are not sure whether writing gives you that success but you are quiet sure that writing gives you happiness what you want. You can't neglect the money factor to live life. What would you choose? Don't be diplomatic!!!
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• United States
14 Sep
Success does not mean "money". There are many people in this world who have followed their dreams even if they are difficult on the money factor... and they are the happiest people regardless of their lack of wealth. They are living the life they have always wanted and not succumbing to do what society wanted them to do... and for many of them, the money just took longer to come along with it than if they were to do a "normal career". -Mr. Anomaly
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@1hopefulman (17676)
• Canada
13 Sep
Why do I have to choose? Couldn't I have both? I always found in life that my interest in something increased when I also earned money from what I was doing.
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14 Sep
Choices what we make directs our life. Well... I personally go with my interest because I know that Will make me successful.
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@peachpurple (4549)
• Malaysia
15 Sep
Interest, I prefer to write for interest, it is hardly possible to be successful in writing if English is not the mother tongue.
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• Germany
13 Sep
..Of course I`ll go for what makes me happy hello!!
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@JeeyanDee (2750)
15 Sep
I strongly believe that if you love what you do, you will gain success.