You are not successful if everyone says you are. You are not successful if you have done what others expected you to do. You are not successful if you receive commendation and recognition from your peers or the accolades of the masses. You are truly successful only if you have done what you were purposed to do.
Be careful not to confuse right with good. Your only responsibility is to respond to God's purpose for your life. Your only measure of success is to find your purpose for your life and do it! Living with purpose is the difference between being busy and being effective. Refuse to allow activity without progress to dominate your existence. Purpose protects you from doing good at the expense of doing right.
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Miss Chidinma was adjudged the best student for the month of May, 2018 at Good Shepherd Schools. more