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I'd like to think of success as a process that we can always reinvent. We can associate it with whatever we want such as wealth acquisition or finding one's purpose in life but the truth of the matter is that it goes beyond the outcome. Success is not the goal per se but rather the process of achieving one's goal. Hence, there is neither a shortcut nor a universal path towards success because we should always have to go through the process. To say it simply, I believe it is the way of life.
Nowadays, we think so highly of "success" that it appears as though it is something magnificent or something close to greatness to the point where we become obsessed with the thought of it. We tend to envy those people who we think have already achieved it; hence, we oftentimes get carried away by these people's definition of success and feel as if we are in competition. But come to think of it, we can always find success even in the littlest things we do but what matters most are the failures that we had to endure, the dedication, and the effort we have given to actually be in that moment.