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You cannot believe in God until you believe in yourself.
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"We are responsible for what we are, and whatever we wish ourselves to be, we have the power to make ourselves. If what we are now has been the result of our own past actions,it certainly follows that whatever we wish to be in future can be produced by our present actions;so we have to know how to act"

Success is one of those concepts that we all understand, and yet, in reality it means something different to each individual.  What might represent financial abundance to you might represent poverty to someone like Donald Trump.
Your concept of being physically fit is probably not the same as that of an elite Olympic athlete.  While swimming a quarter of a mile might represent your new personal best, to someone about to swim the English Channel it doesn’t mean much.
The point is this; in order to be successful in any endeavor you must first identify what success means to you personally. Some people are just looking for success in one area of her life such as relationships or business. Keep in mind that it is entirely possible to be very successful in one area of life and still be struggling in other areas.  For many successful people this is exactly the situation they find themselves in.
Sometimes people choose to make a conscious trade off, neglecting one or more aspects of their life in order to succeed in another. For example, workaholics don’t generally have the most meaningful family lives.  Everyone at work may see them as a total success, while their families are likely to feel quite differently.
So when we think of living a successful life, we are really talking about having a reasonable measure of success in many different areas of our life.  For that to be a reality, it’s absolutely vital that we established a definition for success in each of those areas.  This is the only way that we can gauge our progress.

People tend to measure success by the results that they can see.  Sadly, many people consider material wealth as the most accurate indicator of success.  A person of modest means might be a wonderful husband and father, well liked and appreciated by everyone that knows him, but still not considered successful.  On the flip side, a very wealthy person might make those around him feel horrible, and yet he is still viewed as a successful person.
Realize that ‘successful’ is not something that we do, it’s something we become. First we become successful on the inside, in our minds, and then we can become successful on the outside.

To be success in life, bear in mind with words:

"Patience" 1>  "Compassion" 2> "hardworking" 3> "forgiveness" 4> "reliable" 5> "honest" and "humble".


20 Qualities for a Successful Life

How do you define a successful life? Is it by how much money or stuff you have amassed, or is it by the legacy you leave behind? All too often we equate a successful life with material possessions. Yet, there are millions of people out there who lead successful, fulfilled lives who may be of modest means. They may not be rich in the financial sense, but they are rich in life and values.

So what are the things we should strive for to make our lives successful and have a positive impact on those around us? Here is a list of traits that I think defines what true success in life is all about. Does your list differ?
  1. Sincerity. Be sincere in your actions. Don’t try to deceive or impress others. Be yourself, and do what you feel is right based on your values and beliefs. You will be surprised at how people accept you when you stop trying to be someone you aren’t.
  3. Unfeigned. Be genuine in what you do; your actions speak louder than your words. Don’t falsify or embellish events that may have happened. Don’t say one thing and do the other.
  5. Wholehearted. Be enthusiastic about what you do. Show it. Be committed to life and everything that you set out to accomplish in life. Devote yourself to your family, friends, and community and commit yourself to being the best father, husband, wife, mother, friend, and neighbor you can be.
  7. Honest. Be honest in your dealings with yourself and with others. When others interact with you, let them see someone who is reputable, respectable and genuine. Do what you say you will do and never use fraud or deception to get ahead in life. Let ethics, morals, and honor be your compass.
  9. Heartfelt. When you do something for someone, or they do something for you, let your thanks and emotion be openly and outwardly expressed towards them.
  11. Hearty. Be someone who displays an honest, warm, and exuberant personality to those around them. Let your feelings show and let them be genuine when they do.
  13. Humility. Don’t lead a life thinking you are better than others or are superior to those around you. Modesty and humbleness will leave a far more ever lasting impact on people than trying to show off.
  15. Personal integrity. Always follow your heartfelt values, and never let a situation or anyone steer you away from doing what you know is right. Be someone that people can look up to and respect and not someone who trades his or her moral values for material gains in life.
  17. Incorruptibility. Let it be known that you stand firm for what you believe in and that your morals, values and actions are not for sale. Don’t let outside forces corrupt the person you are.
  19. Sound. Show good judgment and sense in life. Don’t let prejudices or emotions cloud your judgment.
  21. Whole. Be focused on what you want to achieve in life. Give everyone you interact with your complete and undivided attention.
  23. Courtesy. Practice good manners even though others around you may not.
  25. Civility. Graciousness and respect go a long way in life. What is more, they are viral – when people see you doing it they are more apt to practice civility themselves. Be kind to others and extend courtesy towards them. Don’t interrupt people when they speak and don’t dominate the conversation.
  27. Wisdom. Gain from the wisdom that is inside you. Understand the inner qualities of people and learn how to understand situations that might be different than we are used to.
  29. Charity. Practice kind, gentle, and compassionate treatment of others – especially those who may be undeserving. Learn to extend a hand to help others, even though they themselves may not have helped you.
  31. Empathy. Be aware that each person is different and may have different values and beliefs than those that you hold. Be understanding of the feelings and thoughts of others without having to be told or reminded of them.
  33. Sympathy. Share your feelings with others and understand the emotional situations that people go through. Put yourself in their shoes.
  35. Compassion. When someone is in distress, reach out with a genuine interest in helping alleviate their suffering.
  37. Altruism. Think of others without thinking of yourself. Do good things for people without expecting something in return for yourself.
  39. Magnanimous. Be generous in life. Give of your time, money and wisdom. Share with others so they can see the true joy and adventures of life themselves.
There are the qualities I think helps lead a person to life a successful life. Clearly everyone's views will differ, as they should. What are some qualities that you think define success in life?


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