For a while I’ve contented with the fear of achievement. Not because I was afraid of reaching my goals but I didn’t want my achievements to be driven by my pride–my own self centered desires. I don’t want to gain anything that only glorifies me. Instead, I want my achievements to be altruistic. I want to share the joy of success with others
So here’s what I’ve decided:
It’s OK to achieve
yes “I” can but so can “WE”
One of my greatest achievements is adapting the principle that I can do nothing alone.
If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again
But how will you know when you’ve succeeded?
Success doesn’t happen overnight; it takes a journey. Every journey it has a starting and ending point. The road to success starts with you but it ends with people. It is not measured by how many valuable things you possess but by how much value you add to the world (people). No one knows your value better than you. No one will appreciate your value more than you. If you want to be successful you have to believe that you already are.