His son Ethan is at Success.
Success doesn't occur in a vacuum.
Not every cognitive state enjoys cognitive success.
Success is when you didn’t stop trying and improving.
Hence, the standards of empirical success change slower than theories.
An additional complication is that success is almost always a matter of degree.
Success takes many forms, and it's not always expressed in power, influence, or paycheck.
If the Advocate achieves similar success, the £25k success fee will be earned.
Success doesn’t lead to happiness; happiness leads to success, so choose what makes you happy.
And in general, success through virtue is more valuable than mere success, especially accidental success.
Reflecting on his delayed success, Vigoda once remarked: “When I was a young man, I was told success had to come in my youth.
The second problem with a success argument is that success in one sphere is no indication of success in another.
It’s also the case that success can breed success: a big title can bring the audience back, and reignite enthusiasm for the cinema.
Second, the sin of which one is guilty is against the cult of success—I was intended for success, I tasted it, but some flaw in me made me unworthy to keep it.
I became convinced, before I was out of high school, that the dynamics of success and failure were of earthquake proportions in America, and that Hollywood was only an exaggerated version of the American success drive.
“When I speak of success, I speak of success with the young lady; and when I speak of causes and reasons to make success probable, I speak of causes and reasons that will tell as such with the young lady.
Success is not defined as making the people happy—we learn elsewhere that success for the ruler is having a strong state that endures through the ages—but following the people’s wishes turns out to be a necessary condition for success.
In each case, some object enjoys a particular cognitive success, and this success obtains by virtue of various features of that object: the features in question may be intrinsic or relational, synchronic or diachronic, biological or phenomenological, etc.
In speaking, as we have just now, of the kinds of success that objects are “supposed” to enjoy, we have left it open in what sense the objects of cognitive success are “supposed” to enjoy their success: is it that their enjoyment of that success is good?
"He had a lot of success as a coach most notably during the '80s when it was almost unprecedented success, almost continual, we were winning some silverware virtually every year, but probably knowing 'Pross' his most satisfying success was when he lifted Pontypool off the bottom back in the very early '70s."
- an event that accomplishes its intended purpose
Example: let's call heads a success and tails a failure
- an attainment that is successful
Example: his success in the marathon was unexpected
- a state of prosperity or fame
Example: he is enjoying great success
- a person with a record of successes
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He had a lot of success as a coach most notably during the '80s when it was almost unprecedented success almost continual we were winning some silverware virtually every year but probably knowing 'Pross' his most satisfying success was when he lifted Pontypool off the bottom back in the very early '70s