For some people, success is a zero sum game. They think that if they push other people out of the way, fewer people can compete with them. That's one way of seeing the world. It's dog eat dog. It's, sadly, always going to be there.
Success is not just making money. Success is happiness. Success is fulfillment; it's the ability to give.
Huge success is very hard to come by.
For someone, success is to be the highest paid actress. For some, it might be the number of awards, and for some, it is the number of films. Honestly, I feel privileged when a celebrated filmmaker offers me a role so that I can be a part of his vision. That is success for me.
Success is knowing that your contribution is what helps the collective.
You have people that know they have the talent, but sometimes they get scared when success is in their face.
Success is not the absence of failure; it's the persistence through failure.
Success is never going to come in the way your teenage self sees it.
Success is like a wild horse. If you do not know how to handle it, it will throw you off and look for another rider who can handle it well.
Success is very intoxicating. It is very difficult to handle all the fame and adulation. It corrupts you. You start to believe that everybody around you is in awe of you, that everybody wants you, and that everybody is thinking of you all the time.