Success is relative. For some, it's defined by a sizeable paycheck. For others, success is achieved when a long-term goal is finally reached or a bucket list is completed. According to John Bell, success in the business world is precipitated by focus and simplification. What do you think? What is your definition of success and how is it achieved? Share your wisdom in one sentence.
“For most people, success comes with time and experience.
All my life I worked in the same company for 18 years.
happiness, love, and helping others: the three ingredients to success, according to Ellen Poye.
"When you reach a place in your life where you feel happy and content with the things you're doing or have done, with the things around you and the people that you love.
What's your definition of success? "I'm almost 81 years old and still in good health.
"I measure success by the amount of good deeds given." -- Bill ShepherdBill "Shep" Shepherd is a founding member of the Raleigh, North Carolina-based reggae band The Amateurs.
"Success is being able to provide for your family." - Sondra MackeySondra Mackey, 73, lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, with her husband, Jim..
"I think success is a job well done and hard work." - Richard BensenRichard Bensen is a Vietnam War veteran who lives in Garner, North Carolina..
In this video, one taxi driver explains what he thinks it takes to be successful. Lonnie, 64, is a Raleigh-based taxi driver with Sammy's Taxi.
Time is very democratic.