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How do you define Success?
« on: July 23, 2012, 09:36:52 PM »
Kung tatanungin kayo... How do you define Success?  Is it Money? Power? Security of Tenure? Benefits? Sustainability? Etc..

What is success for you now? And if you look back when you were still "idealistic", how different is your view of what success is today from yesterday? What are the measures of success? How/when can you say that you are already successful?
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Re: How do you define Success?
« Reply #1 on: July 23, 2012, 09:43:00 PM »
For me i think, Success is being on top of the game in your selected field. Just because you have a good job that pays well, that doesn't mean you're successful.... Success is not measured by how big your bank account is nor how much money you have at hand, success is more than that.


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Re: How do you define Success?
« Reply #3 on: July 23, 2012, 09:46:49 PM »
I agree in this writing that they are some peministics that also can be lucky and successful too( one hit wonder, hehehhe), their difference with the optimistics is the consistency of success.


Attitudes and Success

This e-mail is a Chapter from my book - Don't Knock on Wood.

It will take approximately 15 minutes to read. So try to
read when you have the appropriate "quiet time". My hope is that my
book will have a lasting impact on your attitude for the rest of
your life.

As already discussed, our attitudes affect every aspect of our
lives. This includes the level of success we achieve throughout our
lives - whether it is success in our careers, our marriages, our
education, or in completing a simple task.

People with a positive attitude always succeed - even if they don't
realize they are succeeding. For instance, a young man enters
college, with the goal of becoming an attorney. During his course
work, he finds that he is bored, and quickly losing interest in
becoming a lawyer. But, he finds that he has quite a bit of
interest in his psychology and sociology courses, and even looks
forward to attending each of those classes - while he is cutting
the law instruction classes more and more often.

When he shows his grades to his parents, they feel that he is
failing - not succeeding. He doesn't see it that way. He feels that
while he may be failing the legal courses, he is doing great in the
psychology and sociology courses, and changes his major to
psychology. Eventually, he graduates, and becomes a psychologist.
He didn't fail at becoming an attorney, he simply succeeded at
becoming a psychologist - a field that he had much more interest
in, and excelled at throughout the rest of his life.

That young man was able to see other open doors. If this same young
man had a bad attitude, he would have either continued to pursue a
legal career, which he probably would have hated, even if he
succeeded at achieving the goal, or dropped out of school
altogether. Positive people look at situations from many different
angles - always finding something good, and always finding a way to

If you think about the successful people that you know, you will
find that they all have one thing in common. They all have positive
attitudes. It is important to remember that success is not always
measured in dollars. Success is many different things, to many
different people. Some people do measure success in dollars, while
others measure success by their level of happiness, or by reaching
goals that they have set for themselves.

This does not mean that people with bad attitudes do not attain
success, it simply means that it doesn't happen as consistently, or
to the same level, as it does for people who have positive
attitudes. Negative thoughts usually produce negative results, and
positive thoughts always produce positive results.

Fear of Success

1.Many people have a fear of success. They can come right up to the
line that represents success for them, then they either turn their
backs on it, or do something that moves that line farther out of
their reach. This is a common scenario for people with bad
attitudes. Alternately, the fear of success can be the cause of a
bad attitude

The only way to shed a fear of success is to understand why it
exists. The cause is different for each person. Often, people don't
fear the success as much as they fear the consequences of success.
The consequences may have negative qualities that the person is
avoiding. For instance, a person on the brink of stardom is risking
the loss of his or her privacy. A person who is about to be
promoted to a new job knows that as a result of the new position,
he or she will have less time to spend with his or her family.
Success often comes at a price - a possible negative consequence.

Once you develop a more confident and positive attitude toward
yourself you will start to realize, fear or not, that you can do
almost anything you want to do. You will start to take down those
walls that you built up around yourself. To ensure success in your
thinking you must remember it will take a little time to change
your negative way of life. "Rome wan't built in a day" and you are
not going to wake up the next morning and all of a sudden have a
completely positive attitude. It will take some work and
dedication. Also, remember that we are always changing as the world
is around us and we need to be open to change on a daily basis.
Next, there is no exception to having a negative attitude. You need
to develop the thinking that there is no excuse good enough to
having or exuding a negative attitude. Enlisting the help of a
supportive friend will help you to achieve these changes. Lastly,
please remember a few key pieces of advice:
1.)Life is full of opportunities, not obstacles. (It's all in how
you look at it).
2.)You need to have a very strong committment to be positive every
single day. Before you know it, it will become habit.
3.)Remember, it is YOUR choices, not external circumstances that
determine how YOU think!

What it really comes down to, is what a person wants for their
lives, and how much they really want it. The person who is about to
become a star always thought that he or she wanted that fame. But,
when faced with it, they realized that the cost of that success was
more than they were willing to pay. A negative person would walk
away from the whole thing, but not a positive person. A positive
person would look at the situation, and see how they could still
have the stardom, without sacrificing their privacy. Stars are
often able to have both.

The negative person who is up for a job promotion, but doesn't want
to risk time with his family, walks away from the job promotion -
and in some cases the job. Then, he spends quite a bit of time
dwelling on it, and may even start to blame his family for the
failure, which in turn can tear that family apart. A positive
person, again, looks at the same situation from different angles,
and figures out a way to have the job promotion, without
sacrificing time with his family. He will make an effort to spend
time with his family, and work with his supervisors to make sure he
has that extra time.

The cost of success is one of the reasons behind the fear of
success. Fear of failure is the other cause of fear of success. In
this case, it isn't the success or the cost of success that is
feared. We often fear that we will become successful, only to fail
later down the road - when more people are watching. We turn our
backs on success, to avoid possible failure. Using our star and our
executive as examples again, the person on the brink of stardom may
fear that they will have a movie that is a huge box office
disappointment, or that something in their personal lives will
cause their adoring public to turn against them. The person who is
up for the job promotion may fear that he or she won't be able to
handle the job, and will be demoted - causing them great
embarrassment in both their corporation and in their personal lives.

Another common cause of fear of success is low self esteem. A
person might not feel like they deserve the success that they are
about to achieve, and they either walk away from it, or sabotage it
in someway. People with positive attitudes rarely have low self
esteem. People with bad attitudes are more likely to fear success
because they don't feel that they deserve it.

Fearing success has more negative consequences than achieving
success. People who fear success often fail to reach their goals,
develop self-destructive behavior, develop problems making
decisions, lose motivation, become underachievers, sabotage
themselves, fail to find happiness, and ultimately, develop bad
attitudes in general. Fearing success can also create feelings of
guilt, confusion, and anxiety.

Fear of success is more common than you realize. Every successful
person, at one time or another, had to face either the cost of
success, or the fear of failure. They may have even faced both. But
a positive attitude goes a very long way in dealing with the fear
of success. If it didn't, there would be very few successful people
in the world today.

Overcoming Fear of Success

The first step to overcoming fear of success is determining if your
fear is actually a fear of the cost of success, or a fear of
failure - or both. Do you feel like you don't deserve the success?
Pinpointing the cause will help you deal more effectively with your
fear of success. Knowing what you fear often takes credibility away
from that fear.

When children fear monsters, their parents come in and explain that
what they are hearing is the wind, and what they are seeing is the
shadow of trees in the moonlight on their walls. They take the
child to the window, and point these things out. The child has
faced the fear, had it explained to them, and they go to sleep. As
adults, we can find our own explanations for our fears - even our
fear of success.

The way you deal with your fear of success depends greatly on what
the cause is. If your fear of success is based on feelings that you
don't deserve the success, ask yourself the following questions:

-Why do I feel like I don't deserve this success? Be very specific
-What do I feel like I need before I deserve this success? More
education? More experience?
-Who deserves this success more than me? Why?
-If I achieve this success, in what ways will I be affected by
feeling like I don't deserve it?

This is not an exercise in talking yourself out of achieving the
success. It is simply an exercise designed to discover why you do
not feel like you deserve the success. Once those questions have
been answered, ask yourself these questions:

-What changes can I make in my life to feel like I deserve this
-Can I make these changes after achieving the success?
-Even if I feel that I don't deserve this success now, is the
success something that I will grow into after achieving it?

Work on developing a positive outlook everyday, and building self
esteem. You might even consider using the success to help build
self esteem.

If your fear of success is based on fear of failure, you can easily
dispel the fear by facing the possible failure headon. Ask yourself
the following questions:

-If I achieve this success, what is the absolute worst thing that
can happen? How will I personally be affected by it?
-If that worst case scenario came to pass, how would I handle it?
-What are the chances that this would come to pass?
-What do I have in my personal arsenal to prevent failure, after I
achieve success? Education? Skill?

Once you've imagined the worst thing that can happen, your reaction
to that failure, and the real reactions of others to that failure,
the fear should be put into perspective. You've already seen, in
your mind, what can happen. You've imagined yourself, and others,
dealing with it, and moving on. In your imagination, you didn't
die. Your life wasn't over. You know that you have the education,
skill, or experience to avoid the failure, and you know you deserve
this success.

If your fear of success is caused by the possible cost of success,
you have to determine how much you want the success - and how badly
you want it. Ask yourself the following questions:

-What is the cost of this success?
-How can I deal with the cost of the success, and still enjoy the
-Is the cost of the success worth it? Am I willing to pay the price?
-Can I alter the success, where the cost isn't so high, and I still
feel that I have achieved what I set out to do?
-Who will be affected by my success, and in what way? List both
positives and negatives.
-What can I do to minimize the negative effects that my success
will have on others?

Often, when faced with the possible cost of success, working
through the negative consequences ahead of time will take away the
fear of success. People with positive attitudes always find a way
around the obstacles.

Dealing With Failure

When it comes to failure we don't like to talk about it, we fear it
and most of all we do not accept it. Often times we can only
succeed through failing several times. I'm sure you've heard the
saying "a man who never made a mistake never did anything." This is
true for everyone in life, even those who have been successful in
their lifetime. For example, Abraham Lincoln lost several
senatorial and congressional elections before eventually being
elected president of the United States. Thomas Edison spent
thousands to millions of dollars on some inventions that never
proved useful and Henry Ford had several setbacks before eventually
building the first automobile. There have probably been several
great leaders born in our lifetime, but we never came to know them
because they never took the risk to succeed.. Here is a poem by an
unknown author about taking risks in life:

To laugh is to risk appearing the fool.
To weep is to risk appearing sentimental.
To reach out for another is to risk involvement.
To expose feeings is to risk exposing your true self.
To place your ideas, your dreams, before the crowd is to risk their
To love is to risk not being loved in return.
To live is to risk dying.
To hope is to risk despair.
To try is to risk failure.

Perhaps the greatest failure in our lives would be to never take a
risk. You may be able to avoid any pain and suffering by taking no
chances, but you also sacrifice your chances to grow, learn, love,
feel and most of all LIVE.

Nobody can succeed all the time. Sometimes, we fail. Even people
with positive attitudes face failure. How we deal with the failure
is what sets the optimists apart from the pessimists. Optimists
often find success in their failures and move on, while pessimists
only see the failure, and become hindered by it.

When faced with failure, it is important to examine it. This
doesn't mean that you dwell on it - you analyze it. What caused the
failure. This is not an excuse to be negative. Think about this
from a realistic point of view, and try to pinpoint the actual
reason for the failure. Did you try as hard as you could? Really?
Did you skip a step somewhere? What was the cause of the failure?

When you know what caused the failure, determine what you could
have done differently that would have resulted in success. Again,
only think about what you might have done to cause the failure, and
what you might have done differently to achieve success. Placing
blame will not help. You cannot control the actions of other people
- you can only control yourself. You also cannot change other
people. Again, this is not an exercise in putting yourself down or
thinking negative thoughts. It is an exercise that will help you
understand a failure, and avoid making the same mistakes in the

Once, you know what caused the failure, and what you could have
done to prevent the failure, it is time to look for the silver
lining around that cloud. What positive can you find in this
negative? How can you turn this failure into a success? Does the
failure open up new possibilities for you? Does it allow you to
move on to something that may prove to be better in the long run?
Remember, people with positive attitudes often find success in
their failures - even if it is just a success in learning a
valuable lesson.

Here are some ways to learn from your past mistakes/failures.
First, ask yourself "what does failure mean to me?" Is it when
someone quits, when someone makes a mistake or when someone else
"thinks" you're a failure? Second, think of your failure as a
chance to grow and learn. I read a great statement about failure by
John Maxwell (an author), "a winner is big enough to admit his
mistakes, smart enough to profit from them and strong enough to
correct them." Probably a statement truly followed by any famous,
successful person that ever lived. Third, you need to abandon any
personal problems that could interfere with your success. Try to
keep those feelings at bay. If you become too emotional in a
situation it can cloud your thinking. Fourth, adjust your way of
thinking concerning your failure. Instead of focusing on what was
lost, focus on what comes next.

Feelings of Inferiority

Often, failure can cause us to feel inferior. Feelings of
inferiority can also cause us to avoid being successful. We feel
like we are not as good as others in some way. It may be that we
feel that we are not as smart, as educated, as successful, as
pretty, as rich, as talented, as articulate - the list goes on and

The sooner you realize that you are not inferior to anyone, the
better off you will be. We are not inferior - we are different. We
all have our own special qualities, and make our own contributions
to society. If everyone in the world sat around comparing
themselves to other people, everyone in the world would have
feelings of inferiority.

The key to getting rid of those feelings is not to compare yourself
to anyone else. You cannot be compared to anyone else. I am me, you
are you, and they are them. We are all very unique individuals.
Even though we only control ourselves, we are unable to prevent our
thoughts, and we compare ourselves to others. If you find that you
are feeling inferior, take these actions:

-Who, exactly, do you feel inferior to? Write down their names.
-For each person, write down exactly why you feel inferior to them.
What do they have that you don't have?
-Now, think about each person, and figure out in what ways you are
superior to them. Write it down. Don't skip this step - if there is
a reason to feel inferior, there is a reason to feel superior as
-How does this inferiority you feel affect your life? what has it
kept you from doing?
-What can you do to eliminate these feelings of inferiority?
-Is it possible that this person feels inferior to you?

Analyzing the feelings of inferiority often dispels those feelings.
The most important thing, however, is to remember that you cannot
be compared to anyone. You are not inferior. You are simply you.


When you are feeling criticized about your work or actions, here
are some ways to keep your attitude positive:

1. Try to avoid those who do criticize you or project negative
feelings toward you and your actions. As noted throughtout this
book, surrounding yourself with negativity will only produce a
negative attitude.
2.)Keep in frequent contact with someone who provides you with
encouragement. Doing this will help you keep your positive attitude
and give you the confidence to continue with your goals.
3.)Analyze the criticisms of others. For example: Is it a valid
criticism? If it is, what can I do about it? Why was it said? What
was the attitude of the person who said it? Is this the only person
who is saying it or are others making the same criticism as well?

After you answer these questions, write down ways that you have
been prevented from achieving success in the past. Remember - do
not put the blame on others. Write down specific situations where
you prevented yourself from achieving success in the past, and why.
How could you have turned those negatives into positives. Is there
still a possibility of turning those negatives into positives? Keep
in mind that this is not an opportunity to dwell on your failures.
It is an exercise in learning from past mistakes.

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Re: How do you define Success?
« Reply #4 on: July 23, 2012, 09:47:50 PM »
seriously, there's so many areas where you can be successful... and it's hard to define it since people grow and with it comes lots of ideas and changes to yourself. you set the bar a little higher so you have room to grow and exceed your expectations. I think once you passed your set expectation, then you can say you're successful.. but it doesn't stop set another goal to other words, you can only be successful to a certain limit....and only to certain areas. you can be successful with your career but you may not be successful when it comes to financial standing.


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Re: How do you define Success?
« Reply #5 on: July 23, 2012, 09:52:03 PM »
How do you define sucess?

I believe, just having a decent simple life, having people you care about care back in return, share a common and/or mutual respect amongst friends and peers alike.

Siguro for a family success can be a balancing act between nurturing my children, taking good care of my husband and helping out financially in everyday life.


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« Reply #6 on: July 23, 2012, 09:52:58 PM »
Success is not just being on top of your game or earning a lot.

It's about how you juggle priorities in your daily life. It's about how youa re still in touch with the people who matter to you amidst all the business of everyday life.

Success is merely an indication of things yet to come.


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Re: How do you define Success?
« Reply #7 on: July 23, 2012, 09:54:10 PM »
Buti na lang at maraming successful dito. I could learn from all of you. hehehe.... Just kidding....


Success is usually associated with fame, fortune and power. For me, my definition is simple. Being able to be happy and contented for a day, means that I achieve success that day. The problem is making success permanent.


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Re: How do you define Success?
« Reply #8 on: July 23, 2012, 09:55:52 PM »
I find this video worth taking ... it talks about what really is success.

8 Secrets of success


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« Reply #9 on: July 23, 2012, 09:57:31 PM »
Success means different things to different people. For some, monetary reward is a measure of success. Yet others have multiple definition of success.

1. The Different Areas
They measure it across a few areas. It can be career, health, spiritual, emotional, time or financial. As an example, one can be successful in one’s career but not emotionally. Of course, this list isn’t exhaustive - so you can add areas that are relevant to you.

To find your own definition of success you need to dig deep within yourself and question your values in life. What are your strengths and weaknesses? What are the things that are important to you? By answering these questions you can then come closer to your own definition of success.

Be aware that this can be a long process. You may not get the answers so quickly. But it is alright. Define your measure of success, one at a time.

Let’s take your career as an example. What would your definition of success be for your career? To make the managerial level by a specified time? Then dig deep to see what are your own strengths and weaknesses. Which would help you achieve it. Which of your weakness is a barrier, and does it go against your values?

For me, I value time with my family. However, my work requires me to work late nights and long hours. I will need to adjust my own definition of success. Which would take priority?

2. It Is A Journey
When defining your success, remember this important thing. Success is a journey. It has multiple peaks and not one ultimate pinnacle. One success builds on another. Setbacks and mistake will also help you build success. At different periods of your life, success is defined differently.

In our career, at a more junior level, your success can be defined by exceeding your job requirements or getting a promotion. Or success can be defined in a few respects. They can be:

1. Your relationship with your boss;
2. Your relationship with your peers;
3. Your dealing with other departments; and
4. Your learning curve.

You may add other areas as you move up the corporate ladder. One of my definitions of success in my career at this point - is the number of staff I mentor to higher levels within my industry. When they achieve a certain level of skills and knowledge and are respected by clients, business partners and industry peers – I have achieved some amount of success as far as my career is concerned.

So think hard about your own definition of success.

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Re: How do you define Success?
« Reply #10 on: July 23, 2012, 09:59:28 PM »
success is when after you've achieved your goals, done what you wanna do, surpassed all the hardships that came along with achieving your goal, you are still you, happy, satisfied and full of love and friends. :-)


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Re: How do you define Success?
« Reply #11 on: July 23, 2012, 10:00:46 PM »
I think success is about achieving and reaching as high as what a human being is capable of doing and getting excellent results.

I think landing a man in the moon is considered a success.

I think making tons of metal and gallons of gasoline fly and transport you anywhere you want is success.

I think inventing a cure for cancer or AIDS is success.

I think performing the first brain transplant is considered success.

I think doing the best you can to the best of your ability and getting excellent positive result and satisfaction out of it is success. Happiness is just the fruit of success.


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Re: How do you define Success?
« Reply #12 on: November 09, 2012, 05:43:14 PM »
Masyadong relative ang success. Tao lang ang nag s-set contentment. Halimbawa, isang sunog baga, may pang tustos ako sa sigarilyo at alak. Inamin nya sa sarili na successful at contented na sya. Edi successful nga sya. Dba???!


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Re: How do you define Success?
« Reply #13 on: November 09, 2012, 05:44:03 PM »
mamuhay ng simple. mag impok ng pera habang bata ka pa.

If you want maging successfull dapat i set mo muna sa isip mo kung anu ba gusto mo ma achieve. Merong mga taong pag may pera success na iyon para sa kanila meron namang pag nakatapos ng marathon success na sila sa life nila. meron naman pag nagka kotse success na iyon sa kanila. Success is a journey walang katapusan ito kahit anung age mo.


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Re: How do you define Success?
« Reply #14 on: November 09, 2012, 05:48:52 PM »
10 Commandments for Success in Life

Here are ten points gleaned from the writings of Sri Swami Sivananda, which can lead any individual towards success in their chosen path in life. These guidelines have the power to benefit you - physically, mentally and spiritually.

1. Have a simple and unassuming manner of life.

2. Live not to eat, but eat to live.

3. Bear no envy. Commit no slander. Speak no falsehood. Practise no deceit. Harbor no malice. You will be ever joyful, happy and peaceful.

4. Righteousness is the rule of life. Lead a virtuous life. Strictly adhere to Dharma. Human life is not human without virtues. Study the lives of saints and draw inspiration from them.

5. Cultivate a melting heart, the giving hand, the kindly speech, the life of service, equal vision, and impartial attitude. Your life will, indeed, be blessed.

6. Lead a regulated life. Take hold of each day as if it were the last day, and utilize every second in prayer, meditation and service. Let your life become a continuous sacrifice to God.

7. Live in the present. Forget the past. Give up hopes of the future.

8. Understand well the meaning of life, and then start the quest.

9. Life is thy greatest gift. Utilize every second profitably.

10. Success often comes to those who dare and act. It seldom comes to the timid.

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