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How old were you?

Discussion in 'General Entrepreneur Discussion' started by Eric, Dec 11, 2007.

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    How old were you when you made your plan? And how old were you when you could call yourself "sucessful"?
     
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    I made my first plan back in college. It wasn't a "fastlane" plan, but a plan to get me out of school and credit card debt. I followed it religiously, and accomplished it. Since then, I've made many plans...most have been accomplished, a few abandoned, and I now have another exciting one that I'm just getting ready to execute on...

    As for when I first considered myself successful, it was after putting myself through college, graduating, and getting my first job making $31K per year. It was the first time I ever felt a great sense of accomplishment, and was able to finally see the cause/effect of my efforts. I've had many accomplishments since, and have always considered myself successful.

    In fact, success to me is defined as "achieving my goals," so the making and achieving of my various plans goes hand-in-hand with my feeling of ongoing "success"...
     

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