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Success shouldn’t mean excelling in your job, love or getting lots of money.

Success is a way of life.

It affects every corner of your day-to-day life.

You see successful people all the time, and not all of them have a smile on their face.

But here are some β€œmeasurements” of success you might consider for your own life.

1. Happy More than 30% of the Time

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Success doesn’t make you happy because you have to suffer to succeed.

If you achieve your goals, you should be able to enjoy around 30% of your time on this earth.

2. The Love of a Good Man

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Being loved is nice, but it is not everything.

The love of a good man (or woman) is often a perpetuator of success, but loving a bad man or poor quality man (or woman) is often toxic.

3. College Degree

College Degree

A universal measurememt of success which is an appreication of the application to which you gave yo your education.

4. A Clear Vision

A Clear Vision

It's difficult to measure success unless you know have benchmarks.

If you have a life plan or vision, you're part way there.

5. Successful People Are Able to Accept Change

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Know that things change is a cornerstone of success.

Successful people will fight change, but only when it affects their values.2

Otherwise, successful people accept change.

6. Family Love

Family Love

Being loved is good.

It is good when people love you unconditionally.

It is rare, and it is certainly not required for success, but it is nice and may sometimes make you β€œfeel” successful.

7. Job Satisfaction

Job Satisfaction

Since your job is going to take up a significant portion of your life, it is a good idea to have job satisfaction.

That in itself may be a cornerstone of your personal success, especially if you are working on a career or a job that you love (and/or are passionate about).

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