10 Feb '12, 12am

@vikasgulati Yup. Actually more. See this:

@vikasgulati Yup. Actually more. See this:

Many are achievers. Successful in what they do. There are others too. Some of them doing well, others not quite. And then there are yet some more- who are just, well, drifting along. So what makes some people ‘successful’ and others not so much? What are the elements that contribute to being recognized, being well-off and achieving desired objectives? Success is subjective. But note I did not define it is as- ‘being at the top’- or ‘first in the rat race’, or ’highest earning’ . Let’s say it is about achieving desired objectives. If success is about achieving desired objectives, then the question of what makes some people successful and others not- has been the age old pursuit of individuals. The factors are explained here in the “Hierarchy of Success”. When I set out to develop this hierarchy, I had ‘Professional success’ in mind. However, as this developed, I realized th...

Full article: http://chasingthestorm.com/the-hierarchy-of-success-factors/

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