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Success by design means in order to be successful you must follow certain steps When trying to become a success you must overcome difficulties and obstacles You may face prejudice criticism and stress Success is not something you are born with it is something you earn and maintain In order for me to become a success I must have faith in God and myself I that know without Gods help I can not become successful When I accepted Christ as my Lord and Saviour at the age of seven I had already accomplished one of the steps to become a success Becoming a Christian was not just a step to success but a great achievement in itself As a Christian I am one of Gods children and He will bless me to become a successful person Secondly you must get an education Without an education you have set yourself up to fail An educated mind can do just about anything The quality of job you get will be determined by your quality of education An employer does not want an illiterate person they want an educated person Therefore in order to be successful you must be educated Thirdly when you become a success you must maintain that success To maintain your success you must commit yourself to that success For example if you make the basketball team you can not put the basketball down after you make the team and expect to perform well in the game You must practice over and over again You must commit to your success by practicing In conclusion once you earn your success you must maintain it because success is not something you are born with By being successful you feel good about yourself When you become a success go back and thank the people who inspired you and encouraged you to be a successful person
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