We are always our own harshest critics, and that can certainly hold us back from getting to a better place. They did a social experiment by asking people’s loved ones to rate their level of success and the results were surprising, to say the least.
A video created by Strayer University and Aplus, is part of a campaign to redefine the word “success” by petitioning the Merriam Webster English dictionary. The current definition of success is “the fact of getting or achieving wealth, respect, or fame,” but more than 90% of Americans define success with happiness, rather than of materialistic possessions, fame or respect.
The people in the video below were often surprised to see how their loved ones rate them, so let this be a reminder to let our loved ones know what we truly think of them more often!