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Hi,

From The Top Ten Distinctions Between Millionaires and The Middle Class by Keith Smith, P xiv.

"Always remember that success is a journey as well as a destination and the road is always under construction."

What does the author trying to imply when he used the part highlighted?

My hunch is that he saying that success is a continuous process that never ends. Am I right?

 

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Hi, Izzy,

Hi,

From The Top Ten Distinctions Between Millionaires and The Middle Class by Keith Smith, P xiv.

"Always remember that success is a journey as well as a destination and the road is always under construction."

What does the author trying to imply when he used the part highlighted?

My hunch is that he saying that success is a continuous process that never ends. Am I right?

 

Everyone has a goal in their life. When they achieve this goal, they look forward to achieving another goal and life goes on like that. 'The road to success is always under construction' because no one would be satisfied with just achieving one certain goal. Everyone moves forward to achieve another one. That road to success is always difficult, and as you have just said it never ends. I think this is what the author is trying to convey here.

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