Success in life, career, relationships or business is often synonymous with financial, social or material reward.? Someone who has a high income, the material rewards to reflect their efforts and connections as a result of status or achievement is often considered to be successful.? Whilst a possible marker of some level of success, it might be the opposite – especially if the efforts or compromises to achieve those rewards were contrary to one’s values or true lifestyle desires.? Social and cultural myths exist which influence our choices so we may not actually be choosing at all – only from a slim diet of options dictated to by the masses.? Consider the definition by the late Earl Nightingale, author of the spoken recording ‘The Strangest Secret’.? He defines success as ‘The progressive realisation of a worthy ideal’. In these terms, do you consider yourself to be successful?
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