I get asked this question often. When you own a business called Success Networks (SuccessNet.org), it’s reasonable for one to want to know what we mean by success.
And I’ve always hastened to say that it’s not about money, power and fame—although those things can certainly be part of success and often are.
Ultimately, success is in how you define it. It’s different for everyone.
And define it you must. Otherwise, you’ll always be seeking something more or something else and never actually feel successful.
If you define a successful life only in terms of what you accumulate, I do think you’ll miss out on a great deal of satisfaction, happiness and fulfillment. And we all want that.
Most people think that the purpose of a business is to make a profit. I don’t agree.
Profits are part of business, for sure—a very important part.
But if profits are looked upon as the main reason for being in business, it’s unlikely there will be much in the way of earnings—at least not in the long haul.
I see profits in business being akin to eating in life.
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