This great quote was said by the great "Bob Proctor" , he said "Success isn't what you do, it's how you do it"



I think the reason he said this, is most people didn't get it, they could say something like being a programmer is highly profitable, but being a plumber is not, which isn't necessarily right, or maybe being an entrepreneur is more successful than being a teacher.

Being anything doesn't add anything to you, what really adds everything is being exceptionally well at what you do, so being a bad doctor is shitty, but being a perfect plumber is such a great thing.

So success wasn't ever about what you do, if you were sitting and one introduced himself as an entrepreneur, this is not an evidence that he is successful, he could be the worst entrepreneur ever, and if someone introduced himself as a plumber, this is not an evidence that he isn't very successful, it could be the exact opposite.

At the end, no one could define success except you, because success for me isn't the same for you, every one of us has his own definition of success, but it definitely has nothing to do with your job or what you do.

Stop valuing people according to their job or what they do, but rather with how they do it, and it's the same for you.

Hope this was helpful for you, and thanks for your precious time.

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