Measuring Success

Submitted by ub on Mon, 03/19/2018 - 21:50

Being successful means staying healthy, fit, or having your kids call you for advice without asking for money.

Another definition of success is knowing that what you are doing is helping others lead a better, happier, healthier life. To others, success means creating a business that empowers customers, employees, and the local community in equal measures.

The achievement of desired visions and planning goals. Furthermore, success can be a certain social status that describes a prosperous person that could also have gained fame for its favorable outcome.

However, others see it as attaining wealth, prosperity, or fame. So quit judging yourself according to any other person's definitions of success.

Decide what is most important in your life — perhaps it's happy relationships, a successful career, or health and fitness. Then for each one, find a way to measure your progress that is meaningful to you. And last but not least, choose the path of fulfillment.

Studies say you tend to be happier if you:
Are in a long-term relationship
Are actively engaged in politics
Are active in work and in your free time
Go out for dinner
Have close friendships though happiness does not increase with the number of friends you have on Facebook
People who drink in moderation are happier than people who don't drink at all.
Men tend to be happier in a society where women enjoy greater equality.
Being considered good looking increases men's happiness more than it does women's.
You tend to be happier if you think you're good-looking, rather than if you actually, objectively speaking, are.
Having children lowers your happiness levels, but it increases when they grow up and are successful.