Recently at my high school I had a meeting with my guidance counselor and we discussed college, my grade, sports in college and everything that I would have to do to prepare for SATs and other standardized tests to "succeed".At the beginning of the meeting he asked me what I thought the definition of success was. I couldn't give him a response that he liked, I said things like being well off financially, doing well in something, but I couldn't answer it. He then asked me what do I want to succeed in, I gave him a generic answer and said life.We talked a little more about the subject and then I had to return to class, but it made me think. Over the past few days I finally know what I actually want to succeed in. I want to succeed in life, but as an individual. I want to help others and not worry about what kind of car I am driving or how much money I have in my wallet, I want to be happy and do something I love.I want to know what other people's definition of success is, and how they want to succeed. This is a more serious post of mine so please keep your posts on the serious side.