Steve Jobs would define success as trusting in yourself and your decisions. While also reflecting on your failures and use it to reset and keep doing what you love. According to Steve Jobs’ Commencement Speech, paragraph 8, line 48, it states, “ But it was very, very clear looking backward ten years later.” Steve Jobs was all about reflecting on the failures and the past. So when he talks about looking backward he’s saying look, where I’m reflecting and looking back, has gotten him now. Ten years later he’s doing what he loves because of his decisions to reflect. According to Steve Jobs’ Commencement Speech, paragraph 12, line 70, it states,“ I had been rejected, but I was still in love.” Steve Jobs had failed but found that he still loved what he was doing. He got over being rejected because he loved his work. Failing helped him reflect and continue doing what he loves.
Helen Keller was a blind and deaf child who would define success as accepting help even if it's hard. According to “ The Story of My Life” In paragraph 7, line 48 - 49, it states, “ There were barriers still, it is true, but barriers that could in time be swept away.” Helen Keller knew that there would still be bumps in the road. She's accepting of what she needs to do in order to learn and grow with her impairments. She realizes that even if it is hard she needs to accept the help that is being given According to “ The Story of My Life” In paragraph, line, it states, “ I do not remember what they all were; but I do know that mother, father, sister, the teacher was among the—words that were to make the world blossom for me, 'like Aaron's rod, with flowers.' When she learned these words she realized they were trying to help her. She realized that she needed to let them in and needed to accept the help.
Steve Mesler would define success as committing to your goals. While also persevering through rough times even if you have doubts. According to 'How Two Decisions Led Me to Olympic Glory' line 53-54, it states, ' Two decisions and those five minutes sitting on that couch began to change my life and sticking to them fulfilled my dreams.' After taking these steps towards his goal he realized that to fulfill them he needs to commit to them. Once he committed himself to his goals he was able to fulfill them. According to 'How Two Decisions Led Me to Olympic Glory' line 35-38, it states, ' I learned to let go of the fears I had trained myself to have over the years and simply decided to trust myself and my body to push through situations I had thought insurmountable before.' Steve Mesler persevered through his doubts that he made into fears. He chose to persevere through trust in his body and himself.
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