Why I Believe People Should Redefine Their Measure of Success

Updated: Aug 13, 2020

I believe that people should redefine their measure of success, because their working definition is often a very rigid and selfish one. Success should not imply how much money you’ve made or how many people know your name, but should rather have to do with your ability to help others succeed, your drive to pay it forward, and your desire to make a positive impact on society. These actions are the ones that will lead to lasting change, and a life filled with these things is a life of infinite worth. When your time here on earth draws to a close, will you be satisfied with your life, or will you wish you’d done more with it and had a bigger impact?


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