Economy. Economy. Economy.
Seems that is all you hear about nowadays. Despite all the noise, what you need really to concentrate on is your personal economy. How is it doing?
I am not talking about material things either. Unless you have lost it all and have resorted to selling all your possessions, we submit that you will at least be holding on to what you have.
Now, if that is the case, and yes, some people are being forced to sell everything, but those are extreme cases. We will delve into those later. But if you find that you have a roof, food, transportation, and still your job, then what has happened to your personal economy?
We then need to look at the underlying reasons behind this stress you are feeling. Yes, we need to constantly be paying attention to our country. We do not want it to falter after being so great after only 233 years, yet all of that is another article also.
So this is why I say without any issues, that true success is doing what you want at any given time that makes you happy. Understand how open that statement is however. You can decide to do something in the short term to make you happy, but in the long term causes all kinds of problems. But at that moment, you were as successful and happy as you chose. But I digress.
The query that we are squeezing for answers now screams; what is success now? With the King of Pop, who easily could be claimed successful, is the outcome true success? While he could have had all the material things in the world, did he find happiness? Was he doing things that he decided to do or was he having things decided for him?
While we may never know the answers, the contemplation of today’s definition of success is an amazing thrill ride through interpretations aplenty. Some may say a house, cash, or kids. Some may say a husband or wife, or simply a lover. Some may think that it is a new car or new furniture. Some may say fame fortune and everything that goes with it.
While we must look inside ourselves for our own definition of success, we do all agree that we need the freedom to obtain that version of our success.
When you use the principles that are naturally ingrained in you before you were born, you can be anything you wish. You can have anything you wish.
If we all had the same definition of success, this would be a very industrial and boring planet.
So find your definition and get it. You can be successful. Use your tools to be what you want. Do it now. Do not wait any longer.

Author's Bio: 

Jack Hatfield is the Bestselling author of Blessed with Tragedy and Natural Success Principles.

He is the founder of the Early Journey Foundation, and organization created to help premature babies and their parents.
He created the World's First and Largest Social Network for PreeMiracles and their parents at
He just began the crusade to Fix the Family, Fix America with his newest work. His radio show and workshops help to impact generations with his 4 part strategy: Positve Fathering; Make-a-Difference Mothering; Pull-Through Parenting; and finally Reveal Your Success
He is now touring to help people seeking the truth about the link between Disease and the Diet.

Jack Hatfield is worried about how it seems more and more people are not succeeding the way they should be. A dedication to hard work and his years of "sweat" equity and you already have a powerful mentor. Then something happened. The birth of his daughter. In his first book, Blessed With Tragedy, Jack tells the story in day-by-day diary format written while in the struggle for life and death with his daughter Jonna. From the smallest teacher, one father learns the greatest lessons in life. "From this experience, I had to overcome any fear, understand every emotion, and muster all my strength to ensure that I would be blessed with tragedy, not overtaken by it. "

From sitting by his daughter’s bedside for the 130 days she was in the neonatal intensive care unit, she showed him that you have everything you need to succeed inside you BEFORE you were born.

This is the wisdom he dives into from his new book, Natural Success Principles.
“I will not let the teachings my daughter showed me remain silent. It would be unfair for me to keep them to myself. I am out to help the world uncover what I know is there.”