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Success or Failure?

 

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suc·cess pronounced səkˈses/

noun

  1. the accomplishment of an aim or purpose
  2. a person or thing that achieves desired aims or attains prosperity.

Failure pronoucedˈfālyər/

noun 

  1. lack of success
  2. the omission of expected or required action.

“their failure to comply with the basic rules”

“Whether you think you can or think you can’t you’re  right”

Henry Ford

How do you see you see yourself, a success or failure? To be a success or to failure is a decision. The road to success may not be straightforward, but if you can conceive an idea then it is possible for it to materialise.  You have to believe it, somehow and from somewhere, nothing will become something. So it’s possible to get to where ever you would like to go from where ever you are. You can create your life on purpose.

A long time ago I met someone who had achieved material wealth, infact he was successful in the eyes of the world but he wasn’t happy, he didn’t feel satisfied. So was he really successful or was he a failure? Material wealth had not brought him the happiness he thought it would.  He didn’t feel successful. He didn’t feel grateful for what he had and what he had achieved. Just by refocusing our energies can make us feel happy again. It’s just a matter of changing our perspective. 

“When we change our minds everything changes.”

Lina Patel

I hope you found this helpful.

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