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For all those who claim that you cannot measure your success against someone elses...you're doing it wrong. :D Of course you can. I have been very successful compared to some of my peers. But a few of them are much higher achieving than I. I place myself a few points higher than the average over all but in my peer group I am not doing so well.
themarvelousme themarvelousme 22-25, M 9 Answers Jul 3, 2012

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I am now retired after thirty years with my last place of employment. I have led a charmed life as far as having a job. With the exception of a month of loafing after leaving the Navy, I was never unemployed. I have always been able to pay my bills on time and keep a roof over my head. I am not rich by any means. I live in a modest apartment. Everything I have is paid for. I have the respect of my family and friends. I believe I have attained a measure of success.

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Sucess is not comparing yourself with others. Being your own best competitor is the best way to measure your own success. I found someone I absoultly love to share my life with. I have wonderful children that rock my world. I live peacefully for the most part, in a beautiful place I call home. God is my strength, Jesus is my savorior, the holy spirit leads my soul. To come to a place in my life where I am at peace within myself, because I love my life and the people in my life. That is success.

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One person's idea of success is anothr's short fall, so it dpends on the individual, and what they consider to be success for them lone.

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Who cares. I gave up a long time ago trying to keep up with the jones.

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I use Success Thermometer D7800 (it's applied analy)

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