Defining Success

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Defining Success D From reading " Defining Success " by Michael Korda, I agree and also disagree with w Michael on his way of defining success. The first indicator of success comes when one is o making more than one is spending. There are few things that he has left out on how m to becoming a success. The things are if you are from a rich family, how well you are a educated and who you know. e Of course, if you aim at a dream that is so far beyond your reach then you would bound b to fail. I agree with this but it also depends on a person. If that person has a low income l then their dreams should not be so far of their reach. But, if that person's dream is so far i then sometimes it could inspire them to go for it. If they only have a small dream then it t could lead to laziness and they wouldn't want to stress out because of a small outcome on o success. Another thing is that if that person is from a rich family then their dreams is d most likely beyond their reach. This is because they have capitol and capitol can
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This note was uploaded on 05/21/2011 for the course ACCT 101 taught by Professor All during the Spring '11 term at Kaplan University.

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