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Transcript of Success
-On the court/off the court
-Attitude can make the process of accomplishing either easy or difficult
-A test or project
What It Really Means
"...It is not only how we achieve success, it's how we sustain it..."
-Richard St. John
5 Elements of
Success encompasses a wide array of interpersonal definitions and characteristics.
Success is not only an end goal;
it is a process.
-You have to love what you do
-Giving up is not an option
-Effort is the center of success
-Willingness to accomplish whatever is thrown your way
-It also defines your ethic, or "work ethic"
*Persist through any obstacle that comes your way
*Pushing past the inevitable
* Success is a goal
* In order to obtain a goal smaller goals must be met
* Success is both able to be defined as a continual process and an end result
"Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” ―
According to Richard St. John, "success isn't a one-way street... It's a continuous journey..."
The Success-Process For High school students:
Student Body President
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Gladwell, Malcom. "The Sure Thing: How Entrepreneurs
Really Succeed." The New Yorker 2010, January ed.: n. page. Print.
St. John, Richard. "Success Is a Continuous Journey."
Lecture. Feb. 2009. Ted Talks. June 2009. Web. 21 Aug. 2013.
-"If you work for the money, you will never make it."
*IT DEFINES WHO WE ARE BY HOW WE DEAL WITH IT.
*FAILURE TEACHES US HOW TO SUCCEED
WHAT SUCCESS MEANS TO OUR GENERATION
“I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work.”
― -Thomas A. Edison