All they see is your results. They call it luck, but I know it’s my hard work.

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They call it luck, but I know it’s my hard work. ~Paul Pierce. They call me lucky… but my hard work has paid off again and again and again! But what if you don’t have the luck, to begin with?

Section 1: The Definition of Success

I was reading an article the other day about the definition of success. The author talked about how success is often thought of as a binary measure—you’re either successful or you’re not. But he argued that success is actually more of a spectrum. On one end, there are people who are wildly successful by any standard; on the other end, there are people who have barely scraped by. And in the middle, there are all the shades of grey in between. It’s important to realize that even if you’re not at the top of this imaginary spectrum, you can still be very successful in your own way. Just because somebody else has more than you doesn’t mean you don’t deserve to feel proud and accomplished for what you’ve achieved so far. So keep working hard because sometimes those small victories will snowball into something much bigger!

Section 2: How does this help me?

I’ve been working hard lately on a new project and it’s been paying off. People have been taking notice and commenting on my success. But I know that it isn’t just luck – it’s the result of all the hard work I’ve put in. It takes determination to keep going when everything seems to be against you. When people are saying negative things about you, it’s easy to give up or feel sorry for yourself. But instead of focusing on the negative feedback, you’re getting, look at what you’ve accomplished. You can do anything if you set your mind to it!

Section 3: The secret to success

No one said starting and running a business was easy. In fact, it’s probably one of the hardest things you’ll ever do. But if you’re prepared to put in the hard work, the rewards can be immense. When you start your own company, nobody will care about how many hours you’ve been working or how much money has been invested. All they will care about are the results: whether your product or service has sold or whether you have an appreciable number of customers. The only way to get those results is by putting in the time and doing everything right. Whether that means networking with people who could help you grow, spending more time on marketing materials so potential clients can learn more about what you offer, or developing new products or services for existing customers—you must keep putting forth your best effort every day in order to build up those results.

Section 4: What makes people successful?

What makes people successful? There’s no one answer to that question, as success depends on a variety of factors. However, some traits that tend to lead to success include focus, drive, determination, and the ability to persevere through setbacks. If you have your sights set on success, remember that it takes hard work to get there. But don’t let that discourage you – if you’re willing to put in the effort, you can achieve great things. It won’t be easy, but nothing worth doing ever is.

Section 5: Nurture v Nature

When it comes to success, people often say that it’s all about hard work. And while that may be true to some extent, there’s also a lot to be said for talent and natural ability. Some people are just born with a knack for certain things, while others have to work a little harder to achieve the same level of success. I think it’s important to embrace both nature and nurture because at the end of the day we need both talent and effort in order to succeed.

This infographic gives a good representation of what differentiates born-talented people from those who are made.

Success is all about understanding how much you can control yourself versus how much is controlled by factors outside your control.

Section 6: In defence of losers

In business and in life, we are often told that winners are the only ones who matter. What if we want to be successful, we have to aim for first place and beat everyone else. But what about the losers? What about the people who try their best and come up short? Are they really just lucky?

I would argue that losers are actually more important than winners. Why? Because without losers, there would be no winners. Winners stand on the shoulders of those who came before them, pushing them higher and higher until one day they’re standing atop an empire built by those below them. And because there are always going to be people below you waiting for you to fall so they can take your place, it’s important not just to strive for success but also strive not to disappoint those who depend on you.

As long as there are competitions with winner-take-all outcomes, we need a lot of losers so that winners can emerge.

Section 7: Conclusion

You’ve put in the long hours and hustled day and night to make your dreams a reality. And now, finally, people are starting to take notice. But instead of acknowledging all the blood, sweat and tears you’ve put in, they’re writing off your success as pure luck. It doesn’t matter that you spent countless sleepless nights perfecting your craft or taking classes on how to network. All they care about is what you have accomplished so far – not what lies ahead for you in the future.


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