FOUR RULES FOR SUCCESS by Mark Williams
Oct072017

FOUR RULES FOR SUCCESS by Mark Williams

There is not a unique and strict definition for the word success, but it is generally accepted that a successful person is a rich person (the more billions you have in your bank account, the more successful you are). Is this true?

Some of the most powerful and impressive people that fit under the conventional definition, surprise us with a different meaning:

Barack Obama, former President of the United States, describes success as: “It isn’t about how much money you make. It’s about the difference you make in people’s lives”.

Richard Branson, founder of the Virgin Group, says: “Too many people measure how successful they are by how much money they make or the people that they associate with. In my opinion, true success should be measured by how happy you are”.

John Paul DeJoria, co-founder Paul Mitchell hair products, believes: “Success isn’t how much money you have. Success is not what your position is. Success is how well you do what you do when nobody else is looking”.

As beauty, we can say that success lies in the eye of the beholder. At Mark Williams, we believe in success as the happiness of doing what you like and liking how you do it. For this reason, we would like to share our four rules to be successful:

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