How Do You Define Success?
Nov 22, 2011
From Legacy Moment (11/18/2011).
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Recently, I had the privilege of meeting with Roger and Mary Dye of Pomeroy, Washington. The "AgDay" crew and I were there to film an episode of "Leave a Legacy TV."
Mary had written me to suggest that a "mom-and-pop" operation should be featured in the program. In her letter she wrote about succession planning, family communication and the future. "I realize that messy shops with equipment bound by duct tape and offices strewn with disaster don’t portray the image of success," she wrote.
If not, Mary, what does? Success is not a place; it’s not buildings, and machinery, and money. Success is a journey of discovery. It’s learning about self-reliance and independence. Success is the gradual realization of a dream. It is life on your terms, growing the operation and developing the skills that will translate into a rich life for you, and a legacy for your family.
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