success

April 4th, 2011 | 727 Entries

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  1. success is what everyone strives for. without success there would be no happiness or goals. maybe success is just a state of mind. But the reward it whats worth it, success is achievments.

    By Emily Breck on 04.04.2011

  2. The prawn is a simple creature that lives in the darkness of your thoughts. It is the simplicity of its being that makes it such a valuable tool to the ideas of mankind. It is this being that brings pleasure to the mundane

    By Rona on 04.04.2011

  3. It wasn’t worth it. Success never really means happiness…at least not in the way we want it to. God, I wish it could have ended differently when I pursued my dreams. I got success and well you got the happiness.

    By alice on 04.04.2011

  4. i just wrote about success, but i will write about it again. where does it come from?i read today it came after work, never before work. but would i take it if i could somehow get it without the work? if a genie came and granted me success, the fame the fortune, wihtout actually doing anything would i? i think yes. what does that make me? what would they say i was sucessful about? i do not know

    By Drew URL on 04.04.2011

  5. SUCCESS! He thought as he raced across the finish line, breathing hard. His best friend, Stan, came panting up beside him. “Jeez kid, run fast enough?” Kyle grinned, his legs burning from the sprints.

    By Jessie on 04.04.2011

  6. i can be successful. I can move on from this life. I can make it without you. I am strong :)

    By Dani URL on 04.04.2011

  7. Success can only be gained through effort. Everything else is just luck. When I think success I think hours of grueling hard work that pays off in something you earned–whether it was what you were working towards or something else entirely. Success is holding your high school diploma with that tiny little seal on it that says “valedictorian” and knowing what it took to get you there.

    By Amanda on 04.04.2011

  8. Success is
    Unconditional acceptance of
    Challenges and
    Consequences
    Evened out by
    Sharing with
    Someone special.

    By Amy URL on 04.04.2011

  9. People think that life is a measure of one’s success, however the idea of success has changed through the ages.
    A successful man was one who had a family, one who provided well for his family, and a man who provided love to his family and others around him.
    In today’s materialistic world where advertising and conglomerations rule…it is important to remember pure monetary success isn’t a true measure of a man.

    By Krishan Patel on 04.04.2011

  10. success can be measured by happiness. sure a person may have more money or things (meaning luxury) but it does not give them a piece of mind. happiness also cannot be measured by the excited state of mind. it is the steadiness of mind.

    By Priya on 04.04.2011

  11. Happiness, finding love. Success is not in money it is in your heart. It means meeting my desires. Success would be me having the ones I love and know they love me back in my life

    By Rachel-lee on 04.04.2011

  12. success means something different to everyone. At first, I think of money, and status. When I actually consider what success really means, I think it is basically a measure of how happy you are.

    By bri on 04.04.2011

  13. life is not accountable to the amount of success accumulated. we work for ourselves, for our personal fulfillment

    By IsThatYouBrianna? on 04.04.2011

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    By Iplonk URL on 04.04.2011

  15. success is something we’re always searching for i guess. you define it based on your own wishes and expectaions, and sometime you define it based on others expectations too. for me, success is based off of how well i think i accomplish my goals, or if i did as much as i could to not have any regrets. i want success in school as well as success with my friends and family, and in my life in general. i want success with people the most.

    By Elaina on 04.04.2011

  16. Its a word we hear every day. We let others define it for us all too often. Success is really about achieving what you personally want. Just because you’re an olympic gold medalist, you can’t count that as success if its nothing something you truly enjoy doing.

    By Kelly on 04.04.2011

  17. Its trivial. Were only here for so long. Shoot for the long run.

    By Gene on 04.04.2011

  18. it’s a four letter word. think greed is good, wall street circa 1985. made up word for what life should look like. fuck it, be happy with what you’ve got; don’t like what you’ve got change something

    By Stephen on 04.04.2011

  19. Success is the ability to do what you want when you want for whatever reason you want to do it. when you succeed in life you no longer have to explain yourself or apologize. Success is owning who you are and what you do.

    By Tyler Lear on 04.04.2011

  20. what’s it mean? money, fame, happiness, love, joy, life? How do you get success? som much, so little, its so easy to lose and never find it. So easy to get lost in it…

    By Lily on 04.04.2011

  21. It’s the end of a journey, that brings fulfillment to a desire, dream, and hope of happiness.

    By carlos sanchez on 04.04.2011

  22. is my success waiting for me at the top of that black platform? have i yet to endure the glitter? the one time I gave, you gave up. you are gone. so frighteningly gone.

    By jenna on 04.04.2011

  23. Life is hard sometimes, but success is when we pass all those obstacles that life reveals. Success is what drives us to get out of bed in the morning. It’s peace of mind and contentment that everything is okay, and life is good. You’re happy with the choices you’ve made, for the most part, and everything fell into place, nicely.

    By Emily Hope URL on 04.04.2011

  24. failure…try…fun…surprises…desire…wishes…dreams…accomplishments…
    happiness…

    By Nancy Schell URL on 04.04.2011

  25. I’d have it if I just wised I had it. Then I would try to use it to help others. But what if I’m never able to have it? Would it make a difference? Would I make it? Is it really important to souls?…

    By Diego Canales on 04.04.2011

  26. Success is what our fathers want us to believe in, to strive for, to achieve. Success is a catchall word for all of the dreams you desire

    By Ryan on 04.04.2011

  27. winning. the achievement of something youve been working for. you can now take a break for you have achieved your goal. to gain monetary things

    By elysse on 04.04.2011

  28. Success.
    Money.
    Women.
    Power.
    The American dream in action.
    But where is happiness?
    Where is fulfillment?
    Where is compassion and understanding?
    Success is nothing material.
    Abstract, it is ethereal only.

    By DJFmished URL on 04.04.2011

  29. success. success is what everyone desires. with success comes everything. everything positive anyway. could be a fallacy. maybe i’ll know one day. but there are of course small successes and big successes. maybe success doesn’t bring you everything, maybe it does. everyone wants to achieve it anyhow.

    By daylor on 04.04.2011

  30. success is at my finger tips.

    By claireg URL on 04.04.2011

  31. Success is something I am both afraid of and excited for. I’m afraid I won’t be successful and that I will forever live in a cardboard box. I am excited to see where life takes me and where my success will lead me.

    By Courtney Swadling on 04.04.2011

  32. Success is reaching all the segments and not just reaching them, but beating everyone else. It is simply living up to a reputation laid out for him, free for the taking. He just has to take it. He has to master all the skills and show them that this Christian Arab faggot can set the standard.

    By CB on 04.04.2011

  33. success is achieved through a variety of means. Whether it is ill gotten or not is irrelevant. It is simply the end result that matters to most people. However this brings to mind a variety of questions about the very nature of success and how we as humans can identify if we have achieved it or not. The problems arising from this dilemma are some of the greatest known to mankind.

    By Michael on 04.04.2011

  34. Success is measured in personal perspective. You can have success in your life, your friends, your family, or something more simple. How to measure success is completely up to you, and only you. Others should not be able to take this opportunity from you.

    By Cassandra on 04.04.2011

  35. Success is what you make of it. Every day, we experience successes that aren’t celebrated…solving an equation, getting someone to smile. Every moment is a milestone, which makes every moment we’re alive a success.

    By Abigail Kotlarz URL on 04.04.2011

  36. this is what you get when you achieve something that you want. others may not want it, but you do. and there is no better feeling in the world than to have that. Rewards may be given, happiness may be granted, but either way something good comes out of it. Life should be full of success stories.

    By Dominique on 04.04.2011

  37. i believe success is one of the greatest motivations that there is. It’s the one thing that truly inspires me to be better. The word success is beautiful. It implies that your efforts will someday soon pay off. Isn’t that wonderful? that you could possibly have the great feeling of knowing you truly make a difference in your life.
    I just think it’s a perfect word, and a perfect idea.

    By samantha davidson on 04.04.2011

  38. sometimes i feel like i dont have success in anything and i have to try harder than most people to feel like i am doing something right. I sometimes feel klike im not good enough to be successful and that i am going nowhere. success is a scary word to me and i dont like hearing it because it makes me nervous of what is yet to come.

    By ashley on 04.04.2011

  39. Success is a scary word. We never know if we’ll have success in life. And if we do… we could live and enjoy fabulous lives. However, if we fail and do not succeed, our lives quickly become horror stories. We can deal with this in many ways. The first option is the naive and the the crazy optimist choice, the one where we get up and keep trying and start believing we can succeed, because that will somehow make the success become real. Another choice is to freak out and be completely pessimistic. This is where you decide you can never succeed at anything, that you’re going to be a failure you’re whole life and that there is no way in hell that you will ever walk outside your front door for anything besides grabbing the mail ever again… I, however, like somewhere in the middle. Failure is something that happens often to me and it is in no way missed by my family. Success is something that can seem to happen frequently at times and during other times it’s down right scarce. My failures greatly out weigh my successes. But I deal with these failures in the only way I can. I am neither an optimist nor a pessimist. I am somewhere in that grey area called the middle. Depending on the situation, I will try again. I might even venture a third try. But if I happen to fail again, I will freeze up. I don’t keep trying until I get it right. But instead of freaking out on myself, I move on. I find a better thing to spend my precious time on. That way I spend less time worrying about those failures that keep messing with my head saying “na na na na na. You can’t do itttt!” and focus on the few success stories I have. That way I have more of a life and less of a waste.

    By Kassie on 04.04.2011

  40. “I thought that went brilliantly,” Watson gave his satchel a satisfied pat. “Not at all. In fact, I would say we failed miserably,” his companion replied. “Well then how do you define success?” Watson asked as the two men strolled along Drewrey Lane. With a flourish of his great coat, his cohort stopped short. “We have not yet found the last and most vital answer.” “I daresay, we’ve more than done our duty, here,” Watson continued. “We were engaged to ascertain who murdered Mrs. Cromwell, and that we did with alacrity.” “My dear Watson,” Holmes cried. “We only know who committed the crime by his small size seven shoes and muddy footprints. We do not yet possess the knowledge for how a man with no hands, and only one eye could have shot her from two-hundred yards away, in the dead of night.”

    By Izolda on 04.04.2011