Have you observed that 97% of the population are aspiring for the things which only 3% of the population have got? Why is it that the majority of the people are finding it difficult to climb the ladder of success, while the successful ones are growing leaps and bounds? What are the things which make successful people different from others?
Even as Google's parent company, Alphabet, takes the throne as the world's largest company, there are rumblings that the ubiquitous software giant may not be the positive place that it's been made out to be.
Living close to New York City has given me an amazing perspective on life—one that has been molded by the myriads of people I've met throughout my time wandering through the city.
My second principal was a male, sweet as can be but hardly ever did anything; his door was always open for anyone who wanted to talk with him, but that'd be almost all he'd do, listen, and not always.
The thunder rolls and the lightning strikes! Not long ago, I arrived at work on a gloomy, stormy morning. It was one hundred percent chance rain for the day. When I walked to the back of the store to get my car topper for the day, the developmentally challenged employee was already there folding boxes. I went outside real fast in the rain and placed the car topper on top of my car, and ran back inside to clock in for the day. The Manager on Duty clocked me in and handed me a bank for the day. The bank is for the delivery drivers to make change with at a customer's location if need be when they are paying with cash money.
Success, the word that seems too unattainable. The striving word of our past, present, and future. But how in our society have we defined success and why is the pressure for the "desk" so apparent?