I’m successful.

Not by the traditional definition.

Not because I have a nice house, nice car, and a career.

I don’t have any of these.

I’m successful because I have enough to survive and meet my needs.

I’m successful because I’m healthy and have two best friends, my wife and my dad, who I love and love me in return.

I’m successful because I control how I use my time.

Every single day that we wake up, make it through the day, and go to sleep at night is a successful day.

We don’t have to do anything to be successful. Living, breathing, and fighting to see another day is enough.