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Achievement or Success? Which one matters the most?
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Last edited: Friday, July 06, 2007
Posted: Friday, July 06, 2007

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What is more important? To have achieved something or to have been successful?

This is really a question that has warranted a thousand different answers. Some may say that achievement of something is much more important than garnering success. Some say they both go hand in hand. While others claim success as their biggest accomplishment. Over time this ball of debate has bounced back and forth with no right or wrong answer. Achievement is seeing someting you set out to do to completion, while success is the measure of how others perceive that achievement to be. When I self-published my first book 'Tell Me No Lies', seeing the finished product, something that I had sweated blood and tears over for over a year, was the happiest day of my life, and I couldn't stop the tears of joy that fell from my eyes! So, for me, I believe that in order to be a success in your own heart, you have to achieve it first!!    

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