Success is a Verb
When success is a verb, it becomes more of a process.
When success is a noun, it’s a destination or a thing. It’s a place to go, something to accomplish, acquire, be, do or have. When we focus on reaching for success, we can lose the moment and often get caught up in where we are going, not the journey we are on.
I gave up the traditional definition of success long ago!
If success is reaching the top of a corporate ladder achieving x number of dollars, and one consistently focuses on becoming a “success” by those terms, one can easily miss the moment and surprising opportunities along the way. And in my experience, the reaching mentality can be exhausting, so tiring, miss the point and the celebration.
So consider a new way of living life. What if we said to each other (and ourselves) “I’m successing?” What would that mean to you? Perhaps, I am in a process. I am learning. And when I am focusing more on the action of successing, I can notice that I can be more here and now.
When success is a verb the realization of who be become is the greatest reward.
Here is by Best success Quote os all times by
“People who succeed have momentum. The more they succeed, the more they want to succeed, and the more they find a way to succeed. Similarly, when someone is failing, the tendency is to get on a downward spiral that can even become a self- fulfilling prophecy.”