The difference between those who succeed in life and those who fail is.
Those who succeed seek to make a positive difference in others first. They are selfless. They understand that their success is multiplied as the number of those they help to achieve personal success and attain the state of true happiness increases.
So, those who succeed in life choose to be absent where their problems are present and make themselves available where their talents are better used to help others. They make a positive difference in others by constantly improving themselves so that they could expand the circle of their dependants.
In the world of those who succeed in life, the question, “what do I want?” is replaced with “what do they want?”. It’s always about more than one and not “I”. With “I” removed from their focus, they are better placed to satisfy more through the planting of seeds of personal success.
Such seeds gradually grow into success trees that form a plantation. This plantation ensures that the owner enjoys real and lasting success in life.