{"id":56885,"date":"2021-06-05T06:46:40","date_gmt":"2021-06-05T10:46:40","guid":{"rendered":"https:\/\/jamestaiwo.com\/?p=56885"},"modified":"2021-06-09T11:19:03","modified_gmt":"2021-06-09T15:19:03","slug":"success-guide-goal-setting","status":"publish","type":"post","link":"https:\/\/jamestaiwo.com\/success-guide-goal-setting\/","title":{"rendered":"Success Guide – Goal Setting"},"content":{"rendered":"\n

Success, indeed, is a good thing. Life never distributes wealth equally. To some, it comes easily, but to others, they have to work so hard. But you know what? The end justifies the means!<\/p>\n\n\n\n

Have you met someone who claimed not to admire success? I haven’t. Everyone in this world wants to be successful. We all want something good for ourselves; however, success, unfortunately, does not reward wishful thinkers.<\/p>\n\n\n\n

Tangible achievements come through sheer hard work (and sometimes with a measure of good luck also, but don’t bet on that!).<\/p>\n\n\n\n

Some people have many opportunities to have success; others are not so fortunate. But, if we look critically, we can find at least one or two things around us that we can consider as success opportunities.<\/p>\n\n\n\n

So, when people claim that life is not fair, they may be correct, but have they made the best of the resources that they have at their disposal?<\/p>\n\n\n\n

There may not be an equal distribution of wealth opportunity, but crumbs and pieces of opportunity can be picked here and there.<\/p>\n\n\n\n