If you want to achieve success, you will have to make big sacrifices. I find that many people ardently heed this advice — and make sacrifices on a permanent basis and then learn too late that there’s more to life than just chasing after success. Yes, you must make sacrifices but it should be for the short term. You should be able to enjoy the fruits of your labor.
The link given below in this article has 10 important career lessons most of us learn too late in life. Out of those lessons the one that I liked most says:
Don’t let money or your job title define you. Most people define success around money or fame. They get their self-worth from these things.This gives money way too much power over your life. We must realize these things could be lost in an instant. Maybe it’s time for you to re-define success. Enter the race you are designed to run. Focus on a higher purpose and you’ll bring out the best in yourself and others. Only by using your gifts and talents in the service of others can you live a life that brings lasting fulfillment.
Find out what the remaining nine lessons are by visiting the link given below: