Finding Success in the Incomplete: 5 Things We Can Learn From Diana Nyad

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What does it mean to be a success? Does success require the completion of a specific task? Does it require a certain amount of money in the bank, a prestigious title below your name on your office door, publishing the book, and making it to the finish line?

Or is success a more amorphous standard that can be achieved by simply undergoing the task in the first place? Can success be attained through the act of setting a goal, developing a plan, and embarking on a path to obtain that goal even if you fall short of the ultimate target itself?

Or does success require something more? [To read more, click here.]

I’m over at Urban Times today talking about what it means to be a success and 5 things we can learn from Diana Nyad’s attempt to swim from Cuba to Florida. You can read the post in its entirety here.

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