Made it or making it?

Do you define success as when you have “made it” or the opportunity to continue “making it”?

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The difference is kind of important. If you only consider yourself successful when you “made it” it could be a long and never-ending journey. “Making it” however isn’t the destination but the journey itself.

As Tony Robbins says, “happily achieving” rather than “happy when I achieve”.

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