Define Success

Define Success
Rapport Issue


Publication Date

March 28th 2016


James Sweetman

Traditionally, the word 'success' has been associated with the trappings of financial wealth - expensive cars, designer clothes, corner offices and lavish holidays. It's a definition of success epitomised by the phrase accredited to Malcolm Forbes ' he who has the most toys wins'. In recent years, in parallel to accelerated consumerism, a growing number of people are questioning what 'being successful' really means.


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