Definition Of Success Quotes by Benjamin Disraeli, Robert Louis Stevenson, Tony Hawk, Herman Cain, Betty Friedan, Mireille Guiliano and many others.
One secret of success in life is for a man to be ready for his opportunity when it comes.
Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant.
My definition of success is doing what you love. I feel many people do things because they feel they have to, and are hesitant to risk following their passion.
Success is not the key to happiness, happiness is the key to success.
There needs to be bolder thinking, … on how to measure the quality of life of men and women in the work force. Currently, success is measured by material advancements. We need to readjust the definition of success to account for time outside of work and satisfaction of life, not just the dollars-and-cents bottom line.
Make treating yourself a priority and always remember your life is happening now. Don’t put off all your dreams and pleasures to another day. In any balanced personal definition of success there has to be a powerful element of living life in the present.
Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other.
People should decide what success means for them, and not be distracted by accepting others’ definitions of success.
My favorite definition of success is that it is a state of mind combined with a state of readiness. You can have one and be a flop; if you have both, you’ll win every time.
The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.
The ultimate definition of success is: you could lose everything that you have and truly be okay with it. Your happiness isn’t based on external factors.
To freely bloom that is my definition of success. The question then is, How does arguing with our children advance our goal that our children freely bloom.
My definition of success? Being the kind of woman that I would want to have as a friend.
Smiling babies should actually be categorized by the pharmaceutical industry as a powerful antidepressant.
I’m just thrilled and kind of honored that I still get the chance to do what I love, because that really is the definition of success.
People often say to me, “How come you don’t want to be CEO of a company?” And I tell them, “I don’t want to.” I know I can do it, but I don’t enjoy it. Why does that have to be the definition of success?
I want to define success by redefining it. For me it isn’t that solely mythical definition – glamour, allure, power of wealth, and the privilege from care. Any definition of success should be personal because it’s so transitory. It’s about shaping my own destiny.