Who Defines Your Definition of Success?

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Rashida Carter

Founder & Owner of: The Randomness that is WE

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Family & Life Writer


When you reach societal success are you really successful? Or do you reach success when you define what success is for yourself and when you reach that goal?

For one to be successful, they must accomplish all that they set out to do. When you check off everything on your checklist and you can sit back and relax, feeling accomplished and well deserved for the accolades that you have received, are you content with that. Or must you reach the success that is pushed upon you by the outside world.

Reaching your desired results in life, whether professional, personal, or academic is a huge accomplishment. No other person or subject should be able to detail how long it takes you to reach your height of success, that all determines on you as an individual and the level of success you are trying to reach. As well as, other factors that will determine how long its takes you to get there.

  • How hard you work for it
  • How consistent you are working at it
  • The focus you put towards it
  • Any obstacles that may present themselves
  • How fast you can clear those obstacles (if applicable)
  • Life events that may delay you
  • Any possible help you can get

With all of these factors good and bad, giving yourself the opportunity to determine your success, when you reach the finish line, you will feel an abundance of pleasure and satisfaction, that no one will be able to take away from you.

Dream Big!


Article Credits: Rashida Carter

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

(For Inspiration & Motivation Bloggers)
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