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Success is a Journey to be Experienced

June 19, 20231 min read

Success. A seven-letter word with countless interpretations. Is it a destination? Is it a journey? Or is it a state of mind? One thing is certain: the path to success is not a one-size-fits-all.

True success is about more than material gains or high-ranking titles. It's about the progress we make, the lives we impact, and the resilience we demonstrate in the face of adversity. It's about embracing failures as stepping stones to growth and viewing obstacles as opportunities for innovation.

Success isn't about winning at the expense of others. Instead, it's about lifting as we climb, and recognizing that our greatest achievements are often those that enable others to rise with us.

In our pursuit of success, let's redefine it. Let's value authenticity over perfection, collaboration over competition, and long-term growth over short-term gains. Let's recognize the power of a kind word, an open mind, and a generous spirit.

So, the next time you set a goal or take a step toward your dream, ask yourself, "What does success look like to me?" Your answer may be the guiding light that leads you to your unique path of achievement. Let's chase success that fulfills us, uplifts others, and makes a positive, lasting impact on our world.

Success is not a trophy to be won, but a journey to be experienced. Let's journey together.

How do you define success?

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Sharon Seaberg

Sharon is a mentor for self-actualizing women. She leads smart successful women to a deeper understanding of themselves. To create a life plan that inspires them. Breakthrough on what is holding them back. And live a life that lights up their mind, body, and soul. She spent three decades in the corporate world in the fast-paced, high-stress, high-tech industry before walking away from exhaustion and becoming a life coach. She is a wife and mom of 2 amazing girls. Today, Sharon is the founder and CEO of A New Way of Being You. Her passion is to empower women to be authentic leaders; to stop wearing ‘busyness’ as a badge of honor; to learn how to have unshakable confidence and use conscious communication when faced with difficult people, and to feel more alive every day.

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