The Definition Of Success-Personal Success Defined.

by J.Crawford on January 7, 2009


This is an open invite to contribute to one of Create Liberty Enterprises 2009 projects to create awareness and power in personal achievement. Your definition of success is being blatently solicited in exhange for “being made famous” in our publication.

What?? I know, that’s “wordy”….

This is How It Works…

Think about your definition of success, what does it mean to you?

Here is the deal. I want you to tell me your definition of success.

Can you include a personal story…. What brought you to adopt this definition?

Yes Joe, Include Me and My Definition of Success! –> Just Click Here.

Scroll down and add your definition of success in the comment section and over the next few months you will help compile a resource.

Will the resource be valuable? I think so…

What is value? I think its experience.

Better still, its having the mindset to leverage experience that is relevent to the experience your interested in creating.

Everyone who contributes to this project will be given a PDF format report…That is yet to be named…

Help name the report and be featured on the title page!


  1. Submit your definition of success. (nothing fancy, smart, or accurate…Just REAL!)
  2. Shoot us an idea or two of a good name!

I will complete the project by the end of February and forward a copy to everyone who contributes. You can give it away on your website or blog, Include a link to a website you would like to have in the report!


admin July 3, 2009 at 7:22 am

Great stuff, I appreciate the power that goals can give to a vision being fulfilled. I think vision or having a basic idea of what you want your life, business, or relationships to look is key and then having goals that fit in the scope of that is how to get there. It takes a lot of conscious effort at first, probably more than most people realise, but once we see the power of the process its easy.

Everything Counts June 23, 2009 at 4:02 am

Goals give you direction in all areas of your life Personal, Career, Spiritual, Material, and Contribution. Goals give you a purpose in life. . I totally agree with Diana Scharf Hunt who says “Goals are dreams with deadlines”. So, set your goals and start working on the ways to achieve them. Your goal can be as basic as to learn driving or losing body weight.

Loretta January 21, 2009 at 11:07 am

My definition of success has nothing to do with money. You’re successful when you’re happy and doing what you love, regardless of the pay scale.

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admin January 7, 2009 at 7:59 pm

Thanks Mike and Kate,

Your blog, which I visited, looks great. Thanks for your contribution!

admin January 7, 2009 at 7:58 pm

Thanks Scott,

I appreciate your contribution!

scott gouchnour January 7, 2009 at 7:30 pm

my oppinion of true success is this “you can only measure a persons success by the positive impact that they have on the world around them, and how there good works enrich the lives of others for generations to come.” doing these for the betterment of society quietly so as to not become pridefull and self rightious is the wellspring that success thrives upon.

Mike & Kate Hagen January 7, 2009 at 5:43 pm

Success to me is peace from within regardless of your circumstances, lifestyle or pocket book. How did I come to this definition? Well, through introspection of life and having the circumstances of life constantly thrown at you, I have found it difficult to ever feel like I have achieved everything I want to achieve. I wonder if it is possible to ever reach each and ever goal that is set. So to me, success is being peaceful no matter where you are in life. That does not mean to say that you shouldn’t have goals and that you shouldn’t work towards them. It means that while you are working towards those goals, you are thankful for every little step along the way and realize that even if those goals aren’t reached, you are still successful.

Mike & Kate Hagen

admin January 7, 2009 at 1:54 pm

I’ll get it started.

Success is measured progress toward an intentional desire.

I’ve come to adopting this definition upon realising that just trying to be better, or better than the next guy, leaves a feeling of constant striving, and never achieving.

I achieve everyday I make measured progress and with each passing day I build momentum, cause I’m always getting results.

Success, like in pool, comes down to calling your shot, everything else is just slop! (thats mine)

So how do I call my shots? I set goals.

So success is measured progress toward goals I’ve set,on purpose!

What about You?

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