You Don’t Need A Business To Be Successful

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Success Is What You Decide

“Success is the progressive realization of a worthy goal or ideal.” — Earl Nightingale.

  1. You choose the goal you are working toward (this means you are not working toward something because you believe you are supposed to or because everyone else is doing that thing).
  2. You are progressing toward this goal
  3. The goal is something that is worthy of striving for (it’s something that takes time and effort to achieve).

Running A Business Is Not For Everyone

You Can Work 9–5, Love Life, And Not Feel Guilty

“Success is the progressive realization of a worthy goal or ideal.” — Earl Nightingale.

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