We’ve all grown up hearing the cookie-cutter version of what it means to be successful. Get a fancy job, make lots of money, have a beautiful house and a loving family. Consciously or not, we tend to hold our own success up to these benchmarks.
But while these achievements and milestones may be fulfilling to some, not everyone fits into this life plan. If you spend your life chasing someone else’s dreams, you may appear successful on the outside, but inside you’ll know you’re not fulfilled. Today, I’m exploring how to define your own version of success, so you can do away with comparisons and keep your eyes on your own paper. [Read more…] about How to Define Your Own Version of Success (Free Workbook With Thought-Provoking Questions)