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Understanding that people have different interpretations of success is overwhelming because a person is brought up to believe that success is education. Realizing that for some success is the gaining of wealth, and while other believes success has more to do with acknowledgment or accomplishments of their goals. The two people who I consider successful both believe that success is doing something joyful and as inspiring others. Many successful people have self-control and adaption. People say without self-control someone would get distract from their goal. When obstacles get tough a person needs to adapt in order to move forward. There are just so many essential and meaning to success. One can just follow their goals to have a successful life. Through time and hard work the individual themselves, would have their own definition of success.
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