If we don’t define success for ourselves, it will be defined for us.
Family, friends, colleagues, our culture and society – our environment.
They’ll define it for us, and probably in ways we won’t find easy to live with.
When the definition of success feels wrong – too difficult, too busy, too overwhelming, too heavy, too materialistic, or whatever it may be – it’s no surprise that we struggle to achieve it. After all, that’s not what we want.
Take back success. Define it for yourself. Make it your own.
It’s a lot easier to be successful when it’s what you actually want.