The debate "There is no shortcuts to success" was started by
August 22, 2015, 11:18 pm.
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That might be enough to see the common perception.
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success is achieving ones goal and not tacking account the course of actions taken to make your goal be possible like cheating on a test or so is a short cut yes dose it matter no because you achieved to pass. will their be consequences its up to you to make sure their are no evidence.
of course there are shortcuts to success, also depends how you define "success". If you just mean being able to provide for you and your family, a nice inheritance or the lottery can take care of that.
Being successful implies that there's an objective goal in life, which there isn't. It just depends.
yaah I agree because the wealthy can make most opportunities regarding money as well as other things to an success
Having the money to be able to do what you want provides a shorter, easier path. Wealth provides access to tools and resources that make success easier. Starting a business is much easier if you already have the startup capital. It also gives connections to others with higher resources, giving you a warm market of people with disposable incomes.
I am working full time to support my family and caring for my daughter while I am home. If I were wealthy I wouldn't need to work, freeing up 40+ hours a week that I could devote to other things. If I decided to start a business, I would need a loan (depending on the business) which limits profits while I am replying the loan.
As I said before, wealth does not guarantee success, but it makes achieving it substantially easier.
Being rich doesnt mean you are successful.. a successful person is someone who is doing something that he or she wanted and loves to do.
Being born to a wealthy family would constitute a shortcut to success. It is not necessarily a guarantee, but it does provide am easier path with more advantage than starting from scratch.