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We all have our own definitions, but how do YOU measure success?

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Used to get too worked up over this thinking it was about earning x amount or having a house worth y.

Realised its when you wake up in the morning happy with what you've achieved.

A lot of VIPers probably earn more than me and wouldn't class themselves as 'successful' because they've got a target in mind but I feel like I've hit mine.

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When you can walk Into shop and be able to afford aero. Or be able to afford a can of coke

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but baiding = having enough for a toasted ham on cheese

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Will be the second person to give a serious response becuse i fuck with u Kim. Having a job u really enjoy that pays well a job u look forward to going to, owning your own flat or house, marrying someone u love that loves u too, being debt free, being able to send your kids to a private school, living in an affluent inner city area (St Johns Wood), having money saved in a bank account for your kids

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Will be the second person to give a serious response becuse i f*ck with u Kim. Having a job u really enjoy that pays well a job u look forward to going to, owning your own flat or house, marrying someone u love that loves u too, being debt free, being able to send your kids to a private school, living in an affluent inner city area (St Johns Wood), having money saved in a bank account for your kids

i like how you said having a good job, but not having your own business turning over x and making xxx amount of profits

 

(i compared this with owning your own house... so you want to own your own house... but you want a good job for someone else?)

 

 

i like how you said money saved in a bank account, but not diversifying that money in tangible or even intangible assets instead of it sitting

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Will be the second person to give a serious response becuse i f*ck with u Kim. Having a job u really enjoy that pays well a job u look forward to going to, owning your own flat or house, marrying someone u love that loves u too, being debt free, being able to send your kids to a private school, living in an affluent inner city area (St Johns Wood), having money saved in a bank account for your kids

i like how you said having a good job, but not having your own business turning over x and making xxx amount of profits

 

(i compared this with owning your own house... so you want to own your own house... but you want a good job for someone else?)

 

 

i like how you said money saved in a bank account, but not diversifying that money in tangible or even intangible assets instead of it sitting

 

 

Yes but say u wanted to be a Football coach which pays well and something u wanted to do as a career would 1 rather do that even if it means working for 'someone else' or would u rather own your own business e.g. running a grocery store but your passion is not in that

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When u can buy new designer clothes every couple of days because you hate to do washing...

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