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Extended Definition essay
What is success? Success is something that every person in this world wants in their lives. Success is something that everyone wishes for in their lives. Rich people want success. Poor people want success. People of middle class, people of lower class, and even homeless people, all want success. Success is something that those who have it want more of it, and those who don't have it crave it. Success is something that people wish for their children or loved ones to have. Success is something that those who don't have it, or can’t have it wish they could achieve it. What is the definition of success? A simple definition of success would be an accomplishment of a goal. But the definition of success varies. Success could mean one thing to one person and it could mean something very different to another. Everyone wants success in their lives. Success to some people may mean to own a business and have plenty of wealth. Bill Gates is one of the wealthiest men in the world. He is the founder of Microsoft which sells computers and electronics. Bill Gates started his company from scratch and built it into a multibillion dollar business. Today, Bill Gates is worth over $50 billion. Due to his wealth, many people consider him as one of the most successful person in the world. Success, to some people may mean to lead a nation, a state, or a government. Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States, was considered a successful leader by many people. During his presidency the economy of the United States was a great success. To some people success is it the process of doing a task and receiving a positive result acceptable amongst the community, or is it simply achieving one’s own personal goals?   Success to me can mean many things.   Although I am not successful in school, that does not necessarily mean I won’t lead a successful life. According to...
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