What it means to find success in your life will be unique to your personal interests and goals. You may define success differently from your parents, best friends, coworkers, and teachers.
Opening your mind gives you the power to break down your internal walls and remove any self-limitations you impose on yourself. Often, people tend to get in their way by losing belief in their abilities to chase dreams, learn new skills, and accomplish goals.
Think about your past struggles. Perhaps you dealt with something emotionally challenging, like losing a close friend or family member. Maybe you experienced a professional battle and had to grapple with problems at work. Sometimes, your familial struggles, such as strife or disagreement between family members.
Regardless of who you meet or how serious the relationships you form become, there’s always a way you can divide these many connections: Ones that are right for you and ones that are wrong for you. Differentiating the right relationships from the wrong ones is a crucial skill to excel in life.
Rather than sticking around your comfort zone and hiding behind what is easy, “fighting for it” refers to the act of taking risks, accepting challenges, and trying new experiences. Any time you take a chance, accept a challenge or try something new, you choose the harder route because doing these things requires you to exit your comfort zone.