Measure of Success

Success Ruler to measure your success on

You can't measure success if you don't know what it is.


What is Your Measure of Success?

Being successful can sure put the pressure on a person and add untold stress to life.  Note that a lot of that pressure stems from not having a clear definition in your mind what success for you actually is or means.

Know that true success is by your own measurement.

If you don”t have a clear picture of what success means to you,  then right now would be a good time to begin to define success to yourself.

Start by listing 3 goals that you can “measure”.  Here are some examples both term/specific and ongoing:

Success term goal: I want to get a promotion

Measurable: Actually getting the promotion.

Success on going goal: I want to be an honest person.

Measurable:  How honest have you been?  (And be honest with yourself!)


Success is measured in many different ways, but the best way is with your own yardstick.
-Robert MacDonald


To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.
-Ralph Waldo Emerson

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