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Opinion on success

The need to always be on top

Whether we work or are at school, our driving force is success, which leads to financial stability. Being successful is an upward struggle, but success means something different to everyone. Success could mean money, happy family or a big house. Others it could mean a stable job, steady income or even inner happiness.

Whichever way we look at it, we all want it. I can't tell you what's the quickest way to the top, because my views may not be yours. Some may have to stay in jobs they don't like, or live with people they prefer not to in order to be successful. But always remember that although competition for success exists, finding the way that makes you the happiest is the most important.


Whatever you do in life, make sure it is what YOU want to do. Choose a career that makes you happy because it may determine the rest of your life. Don't avoid something because it is seen as unacceptable, do whatever pleases you. You live for yourself and not for others.

Never do anything just to make others happy, your personal happiness and eventual success should come first in your life.

Choice in the road

Books and magazines that help you discover things about yourself shouldn't rule your life. You need to stop and think about who you really are. You may think that you know yourself, but if you really think about it, you may see that your interests are completely different or prefer different things. You may have been molded to suit everyone else's tastes, except your own. Stop and discover yourself.

Personal success comes with learning and accepting who you are. We are all different, so don't make yourself feel worthless just because you stand out. Be proud that you aren't part of a social 'cloning,' where everyone readjusts their personalities in order to fit in. Being yourself is the highest achievement you can make in your life. If people can't accept who you are, then they are not worth your friendship.