How I judge successAs most of my followers know, I am an overnight success, even if it has taken me since 1957, at the age of eight, when I got my first used camera. Allowing for some pretty, but average photos, I date my serious efforts from about 1966.How I judge success by harrietsfriend
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This doesn't mean I am not a success, just that I make this claim on my own standards.
Money doesn't enter into it, as I list income at 5th on my list of importance.
Starting with the most basics, I ask myself if I woke up today, and if the answer is yes, then I am on a roll.
After that the top of my list is family, then health and if I am content. You notice I didn't say happy, as this in the ying/yang world also implies period of unhappiness. I prefer to feel my efforts are giving me a peaceful sense of accomplishment.
Now I begin to think of money, but as I learned decades ago, you will never have as much as you want. Ask anyone, if they have enough, even Donald Trump, will think they need more. When I learned this, I stopped c