If you work hard enough and persevere, someday you’ll end up being a successful person.
That is the common conception of success that many people hold as true. Success is a function of hard work and perseverance. One who wants to succeed must first work hard enough toward his or her goals or dreams, and do it with perseverance. Given enough time, he will succeed.
But that is not the case most of the time.
There is another element to make success really works: support. This is clear, as no single human being can do best on his or her own capacity alone. Even a great scientist like Newton mentioned that all his great works in science were possible because he was standing on the shoulders of giants, meaning he has done it because of the support of other scientists. No such thing as single man show. The show may look like a single man show, but the show itself won’t be possible without other men behind.
When people refer to successful people, it is a better approach to look now for the support system behind them, the pure human connection upon where their success stands. It is itself an interesting subject to do research on, and I believe that the pure human connection is the best remedy during hard times and the most effective booster for a remarkable leap to success.
Just like a family. Parents support their children in the purest form of connection, hoping the best of life for their children. This kind of support, along with hard work and perseverance, is the formula for reaching success.
Such a success won’t be even possible without the loving and caring parents. They are there during hard times to give all the support the children need, and they are there behind the stage when the children finally succeed.
So when you are on the stage of success someday, remember to look for the support team behind. Your parents, your brothers and sisters, your partners, your spouse, your friends. They are all there as a reason for your success.
But please keep this in mind: If those three are all the elements required for success, that success may not be as complete as a success with another element within it: a personal relationship with God.
Really successful people put aside their ego and let this divine power lead their lives. This is the kind of success I refer to when I started writing this post. The real success can not be measured by worldly metrics, because there must be a divine factor within a true success, which no one on this world can not even start to measure.
So now you know what the three dots on the title above mean …