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1. I consider myself successful when I am true to who I am, use all the natural gifts and talents I’ve been given, and when I treat others the way I expect to be treated. Too many people, in my opinion, define success narrowly in financial terms, and that is a very sad statement on not just people, but our society as a whole. If everyone were to define success in the terms that I do, I believe society would benefit and we would see happier people as a result. Success is about finding out who you are and being true to that person. I believe that I have natural talents, which I consider to be gifts, and that I am meant to use these talents to give myself happiness, but also to instill happiness in others. But, if I do those things and I don’t treat people the way I want to be treated, then I don’t believe I’m successful. I feel that one of my greatest challenges is to always act in a way that is intended not to harm or hurt others....