Tuesday, February 22, 2005
There are as many definitions of success as there are people who pursue it. Real success is what feels right to you, what you know in your heart that it is.
If you have to compromise your most deeply held values to achieve success, that isn’t success. If you have to make yourself miserable to achieve success, that isn’t success.
Real success comes from bringing to life the best of who you are. It has nothing to do with acquiring trinkets or exercising power over others.
Real success comes when you use each moment to express a purpose that is uniquely you. Success is a gift you work to give rather than a position you strive to attain.
You can never be happy by accumulating things you don’t truly cherish, no matter how many of them you may have. Happiness is yours when you simply let it be, with no conditions and no requirements.
Move on past the disappointment that comes from following a dream that is not yours. Be the best of who you are, and live the joy of real success.
Ralph MarstonLeaving limitations behind You have now
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