Success is a highly personal and subjective concept. Our beliefs regarding success vary based on our age, circumstances and experiences.
Success isn’t a final destination. In many ways it’s just the beginning because it requires continual commitment, effort and action. Dr. Henry Kissinger reminded us that, “Every success is usually an admission ticket to a new set of decisions.” Mark Twain quipped that achieving “success requires ignorance and confidence.” Both definitions sound pretty accurate to me.
Success can be experienced in many areas of our lives — individually and collectively. Hopefully we’ve developed a sense of success that reflects a mosaic of experiences.
I’d love to hear your ideas!
In this clip which is #behindthescenes with #AARP (which is posted on Instagram & Facebook) I shared a 48-second perspective related to writing this daily blog. Certainly not profound as Kissinger or Twain, my emotions about @SilverDisobedience and all of you are heartfelt.
In this #behindthescenes excerpt clip with @AARP I shared a 48-second perspective related to writing this daily blog. While I’m not as profound as Kissinger or Twain, my emotions about @SilverDisobedience and all of you are nonetheless heartfelt.
This is Silver Disobedience® philosophy. I’m @DianGriesel aka @SilverDisobedience ✨ A Perception Analyst who shares my Daily Meditations for other Ageless, Passionate & Curious People. Modeling info @Wilhelminamodels —other info in my bio & on my websites. #onset #photographer @RichKissi sneaking the #video during this #AARP #interview My #hair @hairbyjasonlinkow #makeup @sadvibabumakeup