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Success is defined by Websters Dictionary as The achievement of something desired planned or attempted For me there are many different levels of success I consider success something that you work hard for whether is be getting a good grade on a paper or in a class Or maybe its winning in a sporting event and now your team is the league champs What ever it maybe it is something special to you and you worked very hard to get their Therefore you are successful in my eyes Therefore I believe that my personal definition closely matches that of Websters But I dont believe that our societys version of success matches too well For example our whole lives we have been taught that if youre successful that means you have lots of money a good education And maybe a family that would have to be perfect Tell me how is that successful Yes all of those people had to put in all that hard work and time in college and in the work place But our society tends to say youre only successful if you make lots of money In our societys eyes they dont care if youre doing something that you like to do and maybe not getting rich while doing it If you are not the president or vice president or someone who means a lot to a company you are not always viewed as being successful Like teachers for example some teachers spend almost as much time as doctors do in college Yet since they dont make as much money they are not always viewed as being successful If you view having a lot of money nice cars and other luxuries as being successful Then should we rank drug lords mob bosses and other people that have gotten to where they are at from cheating and stealing With doctors lawyers and everyone else that our society considers successful
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