What does success mean to you?

Is it your own definition, or someone else’s dressed up as your own?

Success in what you’re doing right now, and the rest of today, and the rest of your life?

What will it look like?

How will it feel?

Is it what you want or what you need? Are you able to tell the difference?

How will you know when what you’re doing is a success?

Or a failure?

How can you measure it?

Do you know what goes into producing it? That’s important.

If it’s a success you’ll know what you did and why.

If it fails you’ll know what you did and you can look deeper to learn why.

And then you can try again. Failure does not mean you have to stop trying.

We learn by failing from the moment we are born – otherwise we would not be able to talk, walk, read or write.

Focus on what you need.

“Most successes aren’t the result of trying to be a huge success and settling for what you get. They are the result of focusing on exactly what you need, and getting it.”