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Many people view success as winning a Super Bowl becoming a Most Valuable Player or gaining lots of money Millions of kids want to grow up and be just like most people but are they successful In my opinion these so called Celebrities arent really successful but just showing off their wealth Maybe one day they will sit back and realize that I believe success should be defined by being loyal to friends and family achieve personal goals and not only entertaining yourself but fans The first step to a successful career is loyalty Being loyal is one thing but to family is another Being loyal to your brother by lending him some money when needed if he knows he can rely on you he looks up to you as a role model If you can give back to the people who gave you this life youve just succeeded your role in their lives your life and your part in the family Loyalty can go a far way with family and loved ones Next on this process of being successful is Achievement When setting goals that you know you probably cannot do youve succeeded in ways you dont know For instance great leaders like Martin Luther King Jr Malcolm X I considered them as successful leaders Their Loyalty to the African-American community their beliefs in a diverse nation helped the United States become a Spectacular nation Also when achieving goals the skys the limit The reason I say that is because the sky its always there its never going away If you go by the skys the limit that achievement will always be there just like the sky Two Time Super Bowl Winner Ray Lewis said Im Pissed Off for greatness because if you aint pissed off for greatness that means your ok with being mediocre With achievement that is a very important quote being still and
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