Success is not in the fate of all because by the power of money, no one can buy and sell it. It is for those who are persevering, committed, resilient, patient and determined.
Over the last few years, I have met many young people where I have noticed one odd thing that they have no control over their impulses, which is the root cause of the distraction of someone from their target. Such desires are not real, which means they have not produced them, but because of their setting, these desires have formed in them. In addition, desires are fine, but those desires must be successful, the pride of parents, and so on. By thinking about the things they did not accomplish in their lives, many youngsters curse their fate. Often because of the inferiority complex they have developed for themselves, they feel bad that they are not able to accomplish any particular objective. As an example, many individuals just lose their success because they feel that they are unable to accomplish big goals and will never achieve them.
We always forget that a large tree often relies on its roots that are often deeply buried in the soil. Nobody thinks about those beginnings because you just look at the success that is on that tree in the form of fruits. Yet, deep down, because of those roots, the trees have fruit. Likewise, in human life, people see the charm of achievement rather than thinking about certain origins in the shape of the foundation that one makes under four walls of the room after toiling around the clock.
If one has a solid foundation, this means success can be feasible.