On a recent interview, I was asked for my definition of success; it was not the first time I was asked that particular question, and over the years, my answer has remained the same: for me, success is living on purpose.
Living on purpose gives me the wealth (and you know that when I use this word, I mean way more than “cash”) that makes me successful. So, on one hand, it seems pretty straightforward, right? You want to be happy? Find your purpose, and success will follow. So, how come does it not really work out like this? It does not because, on the other hand, finding your purpose is not exactly the challenge… The challenge comes up with the decision to live your purpose. Continue reading “The Number ONE Enemy Of Success (And How You Want To Befriend It!)”