Society has defined success as the attainment of wealth, status and fame. Do you agree with this definition? Using this definition, persons like a CEO of a company, a multi-millionaire, a head of state and a popular actor are all considered successful. But how about a housewife? A skilled carpenter? A public school teacher? Do you still consider these people successful? How about yourself? How do you see yourself? Do you qualify under society’s definition of a “successful” person?
We all have things we want to do in the future. We all have dreams of how we want our life to be.
Imagine if you will be able to look at a picture of your dream life on a daily basis? That’s what a dream board, sometimes called a vision board, is all about. It serves as a visual guide to remind you of your dreams, goals and aspirations. It helps you focus. It is is a tool to help you create the life you want.
Failure is not the opposite of success; it is a stepping stone towards it. Failure allows you to learn so that you can be better prepared for achieving success.
We all know that we need money to travel. Some of us choose not to travel in order not to incur travel expenses. Others set cheap travel plans, while others take their time and save up for their dream destinations.
As human beings, we are always in pursuit of something new. When we achieve a goal, we go on to the next goal. This way, success is not a final destination but a string of victories that we celebrate as some of the highest points in our lives.