Measure Of Success Quotes by Winston Churchill, Tom Freston, Damien Hirst, L’Wren Scott, Gloria Steinem, Arlene Dickinson and many others.
Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.
I measure success in terms of the connection with the audience, which we’ve been able to do in spades. I mean, it’s very hard to do that. You think about it, you go back in time, you can say, “Well, there’s, like, ‘Saturday Night Live’ and ‘Rolling Stone’ or MTV.” I think ‘Vice’ is in that category now.
You’ve got to be oblivious to other people, the push and pull of other people’s opinions, the way other people measure success. It’s then that you realize you are 100 percent who you are and you have to use that who-you-are 100 percent in order to create great things.
I donвЂ™t really measure success by anything other than if I am happy. That is success to me. Am I happy waking up every morning? And despite the challenges of running my own business, do I look forward to going to work? Absolutely.
It’s hard to measure success when we’re dealing with between 500 and 5,000 years of patriarchy depending on which continent we sit, so I would say feminism has been successful and we have a huge distance to go, huge.
The true measure of success isn’t winning, it’s whether you won & could actually deliver.
Experience has taught me that you cannot value dreams according to the odds of their coming true. Their real value is in stirring within us the will to aspire.
In software, we rarely have meaningful requirements. Even if we do, the only measure of success that matters is whether our solution solves the customer’s shifting idea of what their problem is.
When companies start measuring success by clicks that doesn’t compute to us, the only thing that computes to us is cash.
My measure of success is to walk into a restaurant and hear a table debating drug policy. Once the public start the conversation, the politicians will join – that is when we can create real change.
You always measure success by what you did last. It’s hard to measure that because it’s something that just comes. If someone can just make a hit, they would do it everyday. But you can’t make a hit that you know is a hit every day.
Being best is a false goal, you have to measure success on your own terms.
College coaches measure success in championships. High School coaches measure success to titles. Youth coaches measure success in smiles.
Different people have their ways of measuring success, maybe it’s not the right way but wrong’s what I do best.
Real success comes in small portions day by day. You need to take pleasure in life’s daily little treasures. It is the most important thing in measuring success.
We measure success and depth by length of time, but it is possible to have a deep relationship that doesn’t always stay the same.
I couldn’t wait for success, so I went ahead without it.