Steve Pavlina on success vs. success

“I suffered a negative cashflow each year from 1994-1998, and then from 1999 – present (12 years in a row and counting), I enjoyed a positive cashflow each year. What the heck happened in 1999? During my first 5 years in business, I focused on making my business successful. I pursued deals, money, and projects as if they were things to be acquired… During my last 12 years in business, I focused on having fun, enjoying life, and creatively expressing myself. I stopped worrying about whether or not I was ever going to be successful. The bankruptcy supplied plenty of proof that I’d already failed dismally, so I didn’t see any point in continuing to pursue the same priorities that led me there.” Steve Pavlina
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