I slow down this week, and run further. My heart rate dropped to a healthier level and I felt easier during my runs. It was a refreshing change from the usual intense and fast-paced workouts that I typically do.
As I slowed down my pace, I started thinking about the definition of success. We often associate success with becoming a millionaire or achieving fame, but that's not always the case. Success can be found in the small moments, in the daily victories we achieve in our personal and professional lives.
For most of us, in our entire life, we may not become successful people like Bill Gates, Michael Jordan or Oprah Winfrey. But that doesn't mean we can't be successful in our own way. As long as we don't give up, make our family happy, keep a positive attitude, and keep working on something that we love, we are already successful.
We all have different aspirations and goals in life. Some of us strive for a successful career, while others prioritize their family life or personal passions. Whatever our goals may be, the key is to keep pushing forward, no matter how difficult the journey may seem.
It's easy to get caught up in the idea of achieving big and grand things, but sometimes we forget that success is also about the small things in life. It's about enjoying the little moments, making meaningful connections with people, and doing what we love.
So, stand up and be a successor and challenger of our own life. Let's not forget that the true meaning of our lives lies in the experiences we have, the memories we create, and the love we share with others.