Is success the ability to look after and provide for one’s family? Or is it having so much money that you cannot spend it in a lifetime?
Is the “poor” farmworker who look after and provide for her family less successful than Bill Gates or Jeff Bezos?
Is success determined by your level of qualification or by your knowledge and experience of a particular subject?
Is success the never-ending drive to acquire more and more, or is it found in limits and deficit?
This is one of those questions I am refusing to answer. Success is what is to whom it is. And that is where I leave it. [JC – 01 Mar 21]