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Drums for the Future What it Means to be A Success To me success means to accomplish something and then feeling satisfied with the results If I do well on a test or if I learn how to play the guitar really well I consider myself successful If I were to reach the end of my life I would judge whether if I were a success or not by thinking about the things Ive accomplished For example I would think about the children Ive raised the house that I worked hard for to buy the trophies or awards Ive received my marriage my friends or even how well I supported my family I would take all these and more into consideration when I think about my success I would define success in terms of material and intangible possessions A material possession would have to be something I earned so I wouldnt consider winning the lottery a part of my success though I would accept the prize Rich people consider themselves successful but they feel incomplete because theyre missing some of the greatest values in life I would like to be rich when I am older but I would feel better if the intangible possessions came first before the material possessions that way I know that my friends and family love me and respect me for the person I am and not for the things that I own The risks or disadvantages of pursuing only material possessions in life are that you have no one to share your wealth with and when you fail or something happens to you there is no emotional support On the other hand the benefits are that you will have satisfied your wants you can finally buy that car you always wanted or that house you dreamed of living in one day My dreams for the future are quite simple I want to get married have a
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