Success comes to those who do not waste time comparing what they are doing with what others are doing.
Success knocks on the door of the person who says every day: “I will do my best,” and it comes to those who do not waste time comparing what they are doing with what others are doing.
People who just pursue success only are not very likely to achieve it, because success is not an aim in itself, rather, it is a consequence of other actions.
A person is said to be truly wealthy when they are in constant connection with the energy of love throughout their entire lifespan.
You really need to have a plan in mind, but it won’t cost you a lot to pause every once in a while and admire the view around you.
Whenever you find yourself in a situation like this, it is important that you ask yourself, “Have my values changed?” Am I working hard to please other people and live up to the expectations they have of me, or do I genuinely believe that the job I do reflects my spirit and the passion I have for what I do? Do I desire success at any cost, or do I want to be successful because I am able to fill up every moment of my life with love?’
For what will it profit a man if he gains the whole world and forfeits his soul? Or what shall a man give in return for his soul? — Matthew 16:26