The misconceptions of success
I have had a variety of perceptions of success throughout my life. I’ve thought of it as getting straight-As, graduating college, owning a business, having a lot of money, and just about every other cliché that you can think of. From the ages of 10 to 12, I thought you had to be famous to be successful. I thought that if I didn’t land myself a role as an actress on a show like iCarly or Victorious as soon as possible, then I could never be successful. Now, thankfully, I realize that this is not true. As a matter of fact, I’ve realized two things about success: it’s up to me to define it for myself, and I don’t have a time limit to achieve my goals.