Life is About Enjoying The Journey of Success

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The key to realizing a dream is to focus not on success, but enjoying the path of success.

Self satisfaction does not lie in what we achieve, but in the enthusiasm and enjoyment towards sacrifice and hard work we had.

Focusing on success v/s focusing on enjoying the journey of success – “focusing on the true way of living life.”

Often, when we think about setting goals for ourselves, we think about our potential that would bring us great success. We dream of a great businessman, CEO, being an TV Star, winning the lottery, going on exotic trips, and of the proverbial, shiny red corvette. All these things represent a peak point of time of success that we imagine being available for ourselves. 

These desires get usfailed to make a true difference in our own lives. By focusing on objects of success, rather than objects of critical, we have created a root of certain future failure planning.

Definitely,winning the lottery or getting a new car would increase our standard of living. After all, who couldn’t use more money or a better car? However once we’ve made it to one level of success, we rarely take a moment to appreciate it before moving on to the next. The material object we desire has been captured, and the chase is over. 

We are blinded towards the real sacrifice and commitment by the more appealing, “successful” solution that will make us look really good.

Will you continue to run your business in a way that significantly impacts the lives and futures of your clients? Or will you choose to chase the images of success that lie in awards and recognition? Is it possible to do both and still fulfill upon your mission? 

If your dreams are to be top businessman, journey is the genuine learning experience, and success is a standardized test. While you are experiencing true learning and growth, you might learn what you need to ace the test, but when you teach only for the test, you miss out on a lot of wonderful experiences that aren’t related to the final exam. The key to realizing a dream is to focus not on success, but enjoying the path of success.

Self satisfaction does not lie in what we achieve, but in the enthusiasm and enjoyment towards sacrifice and hard work we had.

Focusing on success v/s focusing on enjoying the journey of success – “focusing on the true way of living life.”

Often, when we think about setting goals for ourselves, we think about our potential that would bring us great success. We dream of a great businessman, CEO, being an TV Star, winning the lottery, going on exotic trips, and of the proverbial, shiny red corvette. All these things represent a peak point of time of success that we imagine being available for ourselves. 

These desires get usfailed to make a true difference in our own lives. By focusing on objects of success, rather than objects of critical, we have created a root of certain future failure planning.

Definitely,winning the lottery or getting a new car would increase our standard of living. After all, who couldn’t use more money or a better car? However once we’ve made it to one level of success, we rarely take a moment to appreciate it before moving on to the next. The material object we desire has been captured, and the chase is over. 

We are blinded towards the real sacrifice and commitment by the more appealing, “successful” solution that will make us look really good.

Will you continue to run your business in a way that significantly impacts the lives and futures of your clients? Or will you choose to chase the images of success that lie in awards and recognition? Is it possible to do both and still fulfill upon your mission? 

If your dreams are to be top businessman, journey is the genuine learning experience, and success is a standardized test. While you are experiencing true learning and growth, you might learn what you need to ace the test, but when you teach only for the test, you miss out on a lot of wonderful experiences that aren’t related to the final exam. The key to realizing a dream is to focus not on success, but enjoying the path of success.

Self satisfaction does not lie in what we achieve, but in the enthusiasm and enjoyment towards sacrifice and hard work we had.

Focusing on success v/s focusing on enjoying the journey of success – “focusing on the true way of living life.”

Often, when we think about setting goals for ourselves, we think about our potential that would bring us great success. We dream of a great businessman, CEO, being an TV Star, winning the lottery, going on exotic trips, and of the proverbial, shiny red corvette. All these things represent a peak point of time of success that we imagine being available for ourselves. 

These desires get usfailed to make a true difference in our own lives. By focusing on objects of success, rather than objects of critical, we have created a root of certain future failure planning.

Definitely,winning the lottery or getting a new car would increase our standard of living. After all, who couldn’t use more money or a better car? However once we’ve made it to one level of success, we rarely take a moment to appreciate it before moving on to the next. The material object we desire has been captured, and the chase is over. 

We are blinded towards the real sacrifice and commitment by the more appealing, “successful” solution that will make us look really good.

Will you continue to run your business in a way that significantly impacts the lives and futures of your clients? Or will you choose to chase the images of success that lie in awards and recognition? Is it possible to do both and still fulfill upon your mission? 

If your dreams are to be top businessman, journey is the genuine learning experience, and success is a standardized test. While you are experiencing true learning and growth, you might learn what you need to ace the test, but when you teach only for the test, you miss out on a lot of wonderful experiences that aren’t related to the final exam. 

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