There is so much glitz and glamour that comes with that power word “success.” It says you’ve made it and from here on life is good. Right? Not so fast. The biggest distraction to success is all the stress and anxiety that sits like a weight in the pit of the stomach. It has to do with the worry that it will all disappear someday.
You know the saying “the higher they go the harder they fall?” It’s a warning to watch out, be careful, you never know when the party is over. How about, “Don’t rock the boat?” That tells you to play it safe and not take too many chances, especially once you have the houses, the cars, the perks. So many films show the fall from grace, from success to the gutter. Why is this amorphous thing that we all covet, called success so tenuous to grab and to hold? [read]