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Do you think I could be successful from my career goals ?

I aspire to be a successful performer. #career

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Brandon’s Answer

Those that strive on and keep pushing themselves are the ones who will eventually be successful. It will cause many trials and errors but as long as you keep pushing yourself and perservering through all of the problems I think you'll do great! Performing can be difficult because there are plenty of others trying to do the same thing, but if you can show that you are dedicated enough you can ultimately get it to work out.
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Shelby’s Answer

I think success is a relative term. What it means to me will be different than what it means to you. If your goal of success is to make a bunch of money and get famous, you'll likely get discouraged if it doesn't happen right away or maybe not at all. If what you really want to be a performer, you're going to have to work hard at it and be consistent. Success is possible with anything but it takes hard work and determination to get there.
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Jochen’s Answer

I would try to be more specific on what you are trying to achieve. Are you aspiring to pay bills with it and are prepared to live on a budget, as long as you can "just" be a performer? Are you trying to get engagements on the side and be a performer as a "side job" until you get your break? Or are you looking to be famous and rich?

My advice would be to approach life and career from a different angle. For me the key is to do what you like and to like what you do (in my experience you can't get this 100% of the time, but if getting it ~70% of the time is important). If you like what you do, you will likely be good at it and will get recognition... That for me would that is success and seems perfectly achievable - everything beyond it is icing on the cake.
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