It’s a very confusing topic. I think that this is an area that is ripe for a debate. Are you entitled to something? What do you think? I think the answer is yes. Yes, you are entitled to something, but I think it is a case of “I deserve this, you deserve it,” or something of the sort. I don’t think you have it coming to you.
There are more than a few people who seem to have it coming to them. From people who’ve done something, to people who have not done something, and people who have been born with certain capabilities. We have been presented with a lot of examples of people who are on the ‘top of the line’ in something, but they were also on the ‘lowest of the line’.
The top line is a line of people who have achieved something, but the bottom line is a line of people who have achieved something, but have not achieved something yet. The bottom line is just as important to success because it is a line of people who have failed to achieve something.
I’m not sure I fully understand what is meant by the bottom line of a person’s success. But I definitely appreciate the bottom line of a person’s failure. There’s always a person somewhere on either end of the line that still thinks they’re on the bottom, but it is a line of people who have failed to achieve something.
When I say “people” I mean people.
We don’t all have to succeed, we just have to be willing to let go of our expectations and move on. If we succeed, we can only be satisfied. Success is a state, not a time, and it is the result of the effort of the person who is doing the achieving. Success does not come from the achievement of an objective, it comes from the effort to reach it.
There are two types of success. There’s the easy success, when you have a job, a house, a car, a bank account. And the hard success, when you have a lot of money. You get the easy success when you have the means to achieve it. The hard success comes from the effort to achieve it.
We’re talking about the hard success here, a lot of which we think of as entitlement. The people who are doing the hard work to get things going will have it come naturally, but those who have to go the extra mile will have to work at it. People with money, houses, cars, and bank accounts, we all know what they do with the money. They buy things and put it away.
Like a lot of things, entitlement will come naturally to some people, but it will also come naturally to some people who are used to having it come naturally. In other words, you can’t just take the entitlement of the rich and say, “That’s fine because you have more money.” You have to work at it, just like we all do.
You hear things like, “I don’t understand what you do when you’re not working,” or “I don’t understand how you have so much money.” Well I will tell you one thing: when you’re a CEO and you’re spending a bunch of money on luxury cars and fancy clothes, you’re not working. You’re just spending a bunch of money on something.