So my cousin recently graduated, and I'm proud of her! She's switched to so many different schools in her years as a student...it took her 6 years to graduate with her AA for her Medical Assistant (she couldn't decide on what to do, plus her credits didn't transfer back and forth). I'm really excited to watch her walk soon! We've already celebrated twice for her -
the first time we went to go celebrate for her at Olive Garden, and this time, we went to Roat Osha, in Uptown, which was amazing! - and now it's a waiting game for the next person, which I believe is going to be my other cousin and myself.
My cousin's story of her success is just one of many success stories, well college success stories. She had her many failures, and her many mini successes in all of this.
But for everyone else, success isn't just becoming educated. It can mean many other things as well. But the key thing to never do is, to give up. Once you give up, then that's when you've reached the ultimate failure, because you've chosen to do so yourself. Never giving up, is a form of success in it itself, because you're still continuing to head down somewhere in your life, whether you become rich or not, you're headed somewhere positive. And yes, I strongly and truly believe that you can be successful by being just happy with where you are in life.