Going Up?

I never quite figured out how to climb the ladder of success.

And yet

I feel pretty successful in life.

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37 thoughts on “Going Up?

  1. Success is often subjective, you are successful if you claim you are. Great post! 🙂

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  2. ksbeth says:

    and sometimes we get where we’re meant to be by going a different way.

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  3. jmgoyder says:

    This is so brilliant!

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  4. You might be successful because you never figured it out. It’s like the hamster who never discovered the running wheel…or something.

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  5. Success is so uniquely defined by each person

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  6. Great picture! That thing is broken anyway!

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  7. BrookeLooks says:

    I’m still trying to find the ladder. Much less climb it…. :/

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  8. I wouldn’t bother learning now Colleen, I’d get dizzy up there! Feet firmly planted is more my style!

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  9. pamelezz says:

    I feel that I am not quite successful enough and at my time of life I feel I should already be there, but alas I have to keep on trying. Veronica.

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  10. tric says:

    What exactly is success? I think happiness trumps it and you usually appear happy to me Colleen.

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  11. reocochran says:

    Hanging upside down is my idea of success. ❤ I agree with those who say happiness is better than success, Colleen. You are remembered with fondness, each time you meet new people. 🙂

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  12. russtowne says:

    Perhaps the ladder itself is a trap.

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  13. Debra says:

    You obviously demonstrate great flexibility! That’s a necessary quality in successful people! 🙂

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  14. taylormitch says:

    Sometimes being successful in life is all that should matter. We all have our own opinion of what that success should look like and/or feel like. Think about how much better the world could be if we all respected each other’s opinions.

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