Success is Abstract

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word success? Getting the score you want in an exam, or completing the race with the first place… As we all know, success is a variable concept for everyone. This is exactly why when we encounter the question of what is success, a different issue comes to mind for everyone. Well, what would your answer be if they made such a question more specific and changed it to “Entering the Guinness Book of Records or winning the Nobel Prize is a success for you?”

The Guinness Book of Records means it’s the only thing you do in the world. The Nobel prize is when anything you do is chosen by certain people or audiences as the best or most useful thing in its field. When we look at it from this point of view, both are things that I’m sure most people on Earth would like to achieve. It’s also great that your name will be recognized with a Nobel prize or that every single person will see your name when they open the Guinness Book of World Records. The most important thing that separates the two from each other, in my opinion, is that the Nobel Prize is seen as a much greater achievement among people than entering the Guinness Book of Records. Because when we look at it, factors such as the fact that you are the tallest among the people in the world, while the Nobel prize that a person won should belong to his own effort and effort, and that things that we cannot consider as our own success are included in the Guinness Book of Records, increase the scope and importance of the Nobel Prize. That’s why for me, winning the Nobel Prize is a far greater achievement than entering the Guinness Book of Records.

Just as there is no concrete example of success for anyone, success itself is already concrete. Therefore, what we do not see as success for ourselves may be important achievements for someone else, and another situation may also apply to us. So what is your opinion on this matter? Guinness World Records or winning the Nobel Prize?

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