We’re our harshest critics and that sometimes can hold us back. This experiment shows us that we often seem more successful to others than to ourselves.
Strayer University and Aplus created this amazing video which is a part of the campaign that wants “Merriam Webster” English dictionary to redefine the word “success”. The current Merriam-Webster definition of success is the fact of getting or achieving wealth, respect, or fame while more than 90% of Americans define success as happiness.
The people in the video are asked to rate their success. What they don’t know is that their loved ones are asked to rate their success too. The reaction when they see how their loved ones rated them is just priceless!
Take a look at the amazing video!