We all know what success is, right? It’s that elusive goal that we start working towards as a child and continue to chase as an adult. In school we tried to succeed by getting good grades thinking that would get us into a good college. Once in college we tried to succeed some more by doing well, connecting with the right people, getting the right experience, and landing a great job upon graduation.
Post college, we likely started on the path of success by working hard, trying to climb the ladder at work, finding the right partner to marry, settle down, have 2.5 kids, and find the perfect house with the most adorable white picket fence ever imagined.
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