What Does Success Mean To You?

Success means different things to different people. Do you most want to achieve financial stability? Spiritual growth?

Tags: Career, Personality, Education, Position, Character-Trait

Here are all the results with descriptions

Having a Great Work Ethic
You believe in working hard for its own sake. Others often comment on how industrious and reliable you are. You would put the same level of energy and commitment into digging a ditch as you would performing brain surgery. You are always setting a new goal for yourself and then working diligently to achieve it. As soon as you have, you set a new one.

Accumulating Wealth
You don't believe in hard work for its own sake. In fact, you admire those who figure out a way to make lots of money without lifting a finger. 'Work smarter, not harder' is your motto. You measure your progress by the balance in your bank account, by the material possessions you can afford to buy (like houses and cars), and by the experiences you can afford to have (like travel).

Gaining Power
Money is not your primary motivation, nor is hard work for its own sake. You believe that the true measure of success is how much influence you can wield. You are probably in a position of some authority, or you desire to be in one.

Spiritual Growth
For you, success is not about money or power. You are more concerned with your spiritual development. You believe that, in a way, reality is an illusion. Whether you are trying to transcend reality through prayer or meditation or through good works, your focus is on avoiding the pitfalls and temptations of the physical realm.

Making a Positive Difference in the World
Your idea of success is to leave the world a better place than when you came into it. You want to improve life for other people. This can mean you work to change things on a grand, global scale, or it can mean that you work to help others in your own neighborhood.

Having a Lot of Fun
To you, success means having a good time! For this, you do tend to need some money, but wealth for its own sake is not your primary goal. You want to have as many wonderful experiences as you can before you die. Whether that's sitting around the kitchen table, laughing with your family and friends, or travelling around the world, it doesn't really matter to you, as long as you're having fun. It's the emotional aspect of the experience that matters most to you, not the financial one.