How do you define success?

What is success? How have you mapped out your careers? Is it a straight line or a lot of unexpected curves?

by Morice Mendoza, World Business
Last Updated: 23 Jul 2013

World Business is investigating how managers measure their personal success. Is it all about pay, pensions and share options or a healthy exit from a start-up? Or is it about the excitement of making things happen or doing some social entrepreneurial work? Or a combination of all of these? To test out your interest we are calling on you to send a few lines about what success means to you with your contact details (if you are willing to be interviewed) to morice.mendoza@haymarket.com

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