Successful people reach great heights for a reason and no, it's not always based on being born with a silver spoon in your mouth, having a high IQ, or a large sized bank account. Take a moment to think of someone you admire. Is it a neighbor or friend? What do you admire about them and what success have they achieved that you wish you could?
Shivani is currently a content writer for Work It Daily. She believes a curious mind that is always open to personal development and self-reflection is the key to achieving anything. She graduated from Johns Hopkins with an MA in Communication in 2018. In her spare time, she's a bit of an organization maniac, enjoys oil painting, and is an interior design nerd at heart.
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